Academic Development and Events
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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.
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:
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.
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.
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.
Lecturer (AC2) to Senior Lecturer (AC3) and Applications for Professorship and Associate Professorship
TALENT – professional recognition scheme
Staff Support and Wellbeing
- Staff Wellbeing Calendar – reflects the wide range of wellbeing awareness campaigns that take place each year both in the UK and Internationally. This calendar supports the University Staff Health, Wellbeing and Welfare Plan.
- Mental Health Awareness Week: Staff Health, Wellbeing and Welfare page.
- Pearn Kandola – “We want to make the modern workplace fair for everyone by promoting Diversity & Inclusion and eradicating prejudice and unfairness. We are psychologists and, as such, know the importance of difference to the success of your business and your employees”. Read more about Pearn Kandola. You can also access a wide range of their Wellbeing related webinars.
- THRIVE: live webinar series that are exclusively for our partners focusing on looking after your mental wellbeing. You can also watch their previous webinars.
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:
- Academic Advising – Melissa Jacobi, Head of Academic Advising – email direct to ! Academic Advising
- Academic Development & Diversity – visit our homepage to read about our offer.
- College / Departmental – speak with your Head of Teaching and Learning (HoTL) or visit the respective College’s LTA webpages:
- Business, Technology and Engineering BTE – Lucian Tipi HoTL – Learning & Teaching and news, events and communications
- Social Sciences and Arts SSA – Emma Heron HoTL – Learning & Teaching and news, events and communications
- Health Wellbeing and Life Sciences HWLS – Mel Lindley HoTL – Learning and Teaching and news and updates
- Digital Learning Team – supports 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 Hub – is 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.
|Last updated: 5th January 2022 NB|