Interested in helping shape the future of our University?

We want your thoughts about what teaching and learning at Sheffield Hallam University should look like in the future.

As part of a national programme called Changing the Learning Landscape (supported by the NUS), we are holding a workshop with staff and students to discuss how learning and teaching can be improved and in particular the role of technology in doing so. You don’t need any particular skills or knowledge to participate just a passion for learning and teaching and a willingness to share your experiences and views. The workshop will be 4 November, 10-12 and includes a free lunch afterwards for participants.

The outputs from the workshop will feed into the development of the University Strategy: this offers an opportunity to influence the future direction of the University.

If you are a Sheffield Hallam student and would like to participate in the workshop please contact Emily Connor, the Hallam Union Education Officer at  Thanks!

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