CPD4HE: Open Resources on HE Teaching and Learning
The CPD4HE project was funded by the HEA and JISC in the OMAC strand of UKOER Phase 2. It ran for one year, from September 2010. The project addressed the need to provide varied and flexible support for the professional development of staff who teach in HE.
We have developed and released educational resources to support the professional development of HE teachers. The emphasis is on two priority areas identified by the HEA, Digital Literacies and Discipline-specific Teaching and Learning. The resources also cover other topics, including assessment and feedback, academic literacies, designing and planning teaching, and key skills. These learning materials can be mapped onto the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF), so they can be used to support accreditation of teaching by both individual academics and course leaders.
CPD4HE follow-up project
Tue, 21 Feb 2012 17:53:55 +0000
We are beginning a new project – Sustainable Texts and Disciplinary Conversations – building on CPD4HE. We will be releasing an e-book about teaching in higher education and exploring Open Education policy and practices.Read more...
Guardian HE Live Chat: Open Access in Higher Education, 28/10/2011, 12-2 BST
Fri, 28 Oct 2011 10:30:43 +0000
After a talk point and a poll, the Guardian Professional Higher Education Network wants to give the subject of open access the full consideration it deserves. To coincide with Open Access Week, on Friday 21 October, from 12–2pm BST, the live chat will consider the various ways in which higher education can become – and is becoming – more open. We [...]Read more...
Continuation to UKOER OMAC strand announced
Thu, 18 Aug 2011 15:38:30 +0000
JISC and the Higher Education Academy have released a Call for Proposals for the third phase of the UK Open Educational Resources programme (UKOER3). One strand in this programme will be a continuation of the Open Materials for Accredited Courses (OMAC) strand of UKOER2 that this project, CPD4HE, forms part of. 15 projects, at a [...]Read more...
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