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6 March 2019

First, 'Hello!' I have just joined Anglia Ruskin University as Deputy Head of Anglia Learning & Teaching. One area of responsibility in my new role is to identify and support prospective National Teaching Fellows. Read more…

1 February 2019

The Learning and Teaching Project Award (LTPA) Scheme is a great opportunity for all staff involved in teaching and supporting student learning to get financial support in carrying out a pedagogic research project. Read more…

29 November 2018

DigiFest 2018 was an ambitious initiative that was very exciting to plan, challenging to execute and rewarding nonetheless. Read more…

20 March 2018

My previous thoughts about the Vice Chancellor’s Awards were always that this wasn’t really relevant to me, but something other people were put forward for, and received, for their amazing work. Read more…

15 February 2018

Jason Williams and Mark Warnes attended the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference hosted by Sheffield Hallam University. They spoke about their online courses, 5 Minutes of Digital Literacy and 10 Days of Twitter. Read more…

18 January 2018

Let me make one thing clear from the outset: I am not a 'techie'. I rely on my oldest daughter to sort out my Wi-Fi hub when it occasionally crashes at home, and I never did figure out how to set my old VCR recorder to record a TV programme in advance. Read more…

16 January 2018

In 2016, we created and ran 5 Days of Digital Literacy (5DoDL), which introduced people to a plethora of digital tools and issues surrounding online safety, social media, etc. Read more…

9 January 2018

Get your students out of the classroom and see the difference it makes. Student-centred teaching and learning isn’t just about strategies you can use in the classroom or via online virtual environments. Read more…

8 November 2017

At this busy time of year, be kind to yourself, learn more about your university and engage with continuing professional development – your students will benefit. Read more…

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