During the Conference breaks, we are looking at displaying information about projects and activities that are happening in the University. If you fancy showcasing some work that you have done or want to spread the word about something, please contact the Conference Team for more details.
Here’s what we have confirmed so far:
Assessment Journey Programme
Are you ready for September?
September 2016 will see the introduction of a new University Policy for Summative Assessment and consequently, changes to practice for the design and delivery of online assessment.
Do you have a burning question about online submission and feedback? The Assessment Journey Programme (AJP) Team will be on hand on 23 and 24 June offering a drop-in surgery to answer your queries and provide support. During the two days, there will be opportunities to learn about online tools and techniques used to create feedback (such as Crocodoc, Blackboard Rubrics, screencasting), and support will be available for those wishing to get a head start in preparing Blackboard sites in readiness for September.
For more information on the Assessment Journey Programme, please visit the AJP blog or email ! Assessment Journey Programme.
We look forward to seeing you!
Supporting Academic Practice and Learning Innovation
Tell us about your practice!
Come and meet the Teaching Essentials toolkit team in the Exhibition Area in the Heartspace.
See how the Teaching Essentials toolkits can support the development of your practice and explore how you can use Teaching Essentials to showcase your teaching and learning innovations.
PgCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education / Masters in Education
Would you like a post-graduate teaching qualification that also leads to Fellowship of the HEA? Or if you’re in a student support role, you might be interested in our shorter post-graduate course, which leads to AFHEA. Or perhaps you’d like to continue your pedagogical journey with the Masters in Education? Come and meet the course team from Sheffield Institute of Education to discover more, see some of the excellent research posters produced by our course members, and find out which route might be right for you.
Teaching and Learning Enhancement (TALENT)
Do you have questions about applying for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy?
Perhaps you’d like to find out more about the university’s annual Inspirational Teaching Awards or the LEAD Associates scheme?
Come along to the Heartspace and talk to us about what support is available to you for your professional development.
Visit the TALENT website at: https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/talent/
Library & Student Support Services
Thursday 23rd June –
Visit the Library & Student Support Services stall and find out about ProQuest Central an exciting new online resource for all SHU’s collaborative partners offering access to 17,000 full text journals and more! Hear about updates to SHU partner webpages and the latest news about referencing – making it easier for students! We look forward to talking to you.
Friday 24th June –
Changes to referencing! New RLO guidelines! Chocolates!
Visit the library stall and find out about how the move to APA referencing will improve referencing for students, making it quicker and easier for them to put together a reference list.
See our updated RLO guidelines based on the results of a SHU student survey.
We look forward to talking to you.