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Here we present an overview of our academic professional development events, activities, webinars and tutorials hosted by colleagues within Hallam and hosted by our key stakeholders and sector-wide institutions. 

We also provide you with information on who our stakeholders are, what they can support you with and how they work across all areas of the university to provide a comprehensive development programme for all staff at Hallam. 

Our themes

  1. Academic Practice, Management and Leadership
  2. Inclusive Pedagogy and Practice
  3. Digital Resilience
  4. Recognition for Teaching and Learning
  5. Staff support and wellbeing
  6. Key Stakeholders 
Professional Development & Events

 

1.Academic Practice, Management and Leadership

Working with key stakeholders, with both academic and professional development colleagues, we bring you a host of professional development events, activities, webinars and tutorials that focus on academic practice, management and leadership, covering the following themes:

Academic Essentials

Academic Essentials – Your guided tour

Advance HE Connect

Advance HE – Staff development

Academic Advising

Academic Advising – Training & development

Person working in a factory

Apprenticeships – Compliant learner management

Lightbulb on chalkboard

Assessment and Feedback – DLT past session recordings

Course Leader Development Programme

Course Leadership
Staff development

Creating Knowledge

Creating Knowledge 21
Past session recordings

Project plan

Curriculum Catalogue / View
Online tutorials and resources

Hallam Guild

Hallam Guild – Academic Practice

Hallam Model

Hallam Model – Past session recording

In Conversation

In Conversation – Group discussions

External Examining

External Examining – Staff development

Learning Analytics

Learning Analytics – User guides/resources

Transforming Learning Conference 2021

Learning & Teaching Conference – 
Past session recordings

Module Evaluation Questionnaire

Module Evaluation Questionnaires (MEQs) – EvaMetrics Tutorial

Magnifying glass on papers

Research – Staff CPD online courses – BB module

The Source

The Source – Data reporting

Group of diverse students

 

 

 

Student Engagement – a collection of session recordings on engaging students online

Computer desk

 

 

 

Student Systems and Process Training – Academic Services

Quality Assurance Association (QAA)

 

 

 

Quality Assurance Association (QAA) – events and webinars

SEDA

 

 

 

Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) – events

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2.Inclusive Pedagogy and Practice

Working with key stakeholders, with both academic and professional development colleagues, we bring you a host of professional development events, activities, webinars and tutorials that support you to embed inclusive pedagogy and practice in order to enhance the student experience. 

Black History Month

Black History Month – Information and Resources

Diversity is being invited to the party, Inclusion is being asked to dance

Cultural Calendar – Information and Events

Degree Awarding Gap

Degree Awarding Gap – Past event resources

Inclusive Hallam

Inclusive Hallam – Past session recordings

Inclusive Hallam

Inclusive Hallam – Upcoming events 2022

Diversity of hands

 

 

 

Micro? Aggressions – recognise, reflect, resist – interactive online session

NADP

 

 

National Association of Disability Practitioners – event resources and webinars

Protect & Respect Programme

Protect and Respect – Staff Programme

SPARK staff disability network

 

 

 

 

SPARK staff disability network resources and events

Advance HE Connect

 

 

 

Introduction to Race Equality e-Learning Course

INCLUDE

 

International Collaboratory for Leadership in Universally Designed Education (INCLUDE) – Access, Inclusion and UDL webinars

Inclusive Employers

 

 

 

Inclusive Employers – events, resources and webinars 

Pearn Kandola

 

 

Pearn Kandola – Inclusive Practice Resources and Webinars

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3.Digital Resilience

Working with key stakeholders, with both academic and professional development colleagues, we bring you a host of professional development events, activities, webinars and tutorials that support your digital maturity.

Computer and desk

Assistive Technology – Skills Centre sessions

Cyber security

Cyber Awareness – Mandatory staff course

Digital Accessibility

Digital Accessibility – Staff BB module

Laptop and equipment

Digital Essentials – Staff BB module

E-learning on a typewriter

Digital Learning Seminars – Collection of events and resources

in Learning

in Learning – Staff development

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4.Recognition for Teaching and Learning

Working with key stakeholders, with both academic and professional development colleagues, we bring you a host of professional development events, activities, webinars and tutorials that support you in achieving recognition for your teaching and learning

People sitting in a lecture theatre

Lecturer (AC2) to Senior Lecturer (AC3) and Applications for Professorship and  Associate Professorship

TALENT

 

 

 

 

TALENT – professional recognition scheme

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Staff Support and Wellbeing 

Key stakeholders

Here we present a range of key stakeholders who work with us to deliver a range of development opportunities within Hallam and beyond. If you’d like to share any development opportunities with the wider academic community, please contact the Academic Development & Diversity Team

If you’d like to discuss your personal or team needs, you can contact some of our key stakeholders direct:

  • Digital Learning Teamsupports the development of academic teaching and learning practice through the use of digital technologies across all of the academic departments in the institution. They offer support on teaching technologies such as the virtual learning environment, interactive tools, content creation, resource sharing and collaboration, e-Portfolio tools, video conferencing, screen casting and lecture capture.
  • Digital Skills Hubis a resource to help build digital confidence and increase the digital capability of everyone at Hallam. We are always exploring a wide range of apps and technologies so that we can add to the content on the Digital Skills Hub. It’s purpose is to help support you adopting the best of current, new and developing technology.  
  • HROD – staff development – the Organisational Performance and Culture Team within HROD co-ordinate staff learning and development opportunities across the University including e-learning, courses and our management development programmes. There are a number of activities that staff can engage in. 

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Last updated: 5th January 2022 NB