The Academic Development & Diversity Team present the February 2021 CPD programme of events and activities on behalf of stakeholders from across the university. Academic Advising Fundamentals of Academic Advising Workshop covering the basics of being an Academic Adviser. Thursday 18th March 2021 – 9.30am – 12noon – book your place Academic Essentials Do you or…
Do you want to add value to your CV? Are you looking for evidence against the Academic Careers Framework? Do you want to develop your external profile? If YES, becoming an External Examiner (EE) can support all of these objectives. Take a look at the training and development pages for more details.
Are you new to the institution, new to academic advising or just want a refresher about academic advising in Hallam? Take a look at the Academic Advising training and development page for 2 new workshops coming up in January and March 2021.
An opportunity to engage with sessions which focus on students’ engagement with their learning and the development of their peer relationships. Although primarily aimed at course leaders, we welcome and encourage all academic staff and those who support students to come along. Take a look at our programme for details.
Professor Roger Eccleston (DVC Academic) has recorded a video update explaining some of the measures taken to enable us to confidently offer students safe access to the best learning experience while Covid restrictions are in place, ensuring a safe return to campus for all. The video highlights many of the safety precautions put in place on campus as…
The Academic Development & Diversity team has developed a new Academic Development Events Database. This tool aims to provide an overview of academic development events, conferences and workshops available to Hallam staff in areas such as: Digital Thursdays – July 2020 – September 2020 Course Leader Induction Programme – July 2020 – August 2020 Narrowing…
Digital Learning Support – working collaboratively with digital teams and partners across the university to shape and share best practice. The Digital Thursdays programme forms part of a collaborative training and support offer developed by teams across the University and seek to foster ongoing conversations about digital practice.
We’re getting nearer to our online course leader fest event and there’s still time for you to reserve a place on one of the many activities on offer!
Do you want to add value to your CV? Are you looking for evidence against the Academic Careers Framework? Do you want to develop your external profile? If YES, becoming an External Examiner (EE) can support all of these objectives. If you want to find our more join come along to our EE workshop Friday 19th June 2020!
Being a Course leader has always had its challenges, in the current circumstances these are magnified, however the situation we find ourselves also provides immense opportunities for enhancement to our course design and delivery. We are therefore going ahead with the Course Leader Fest online with new working arrangements that provide us with an opportunity to run live sessions where colleagues can discuss topical issues and pre-recorded sessions to engage with when convenient. For programme details visit the Course Leader Essentials events page.