Helen Webster has produced an excellent Storify account of our recent conference on Creativity in Educational Development.
This four-week online workshop takes place from 4th to 29th November 2013 and 24th February to 21st March 2014. It is designed for early career academic developers; departmental learning and teaching coordinators, and others such as learning support staff. Participants are required to spend up to seven hours a week and work as part of a learning community
AND THE WINNERS ARE:
SEDA@20 Legacy Awards Nominations Booklet
Front row, from left: Bob Farmer (representing Birmingham City University, Centre for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning), Gina Wisker, Sally Brown, Stuart Boon (on behalf of The Scottish Higher Educational Development Group, SHED), David Baume, Mick Healey.
Back row from left: Diana Eastcott and Jenny Eland (representing Birmingham City University, Centre for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning); William Locke (Head of Learning and Teaching at HEFCE) who presented the awards; Nancy Turner (representing University of the Arts London, Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design); Rhona Sharpe (representing Oxford Brookes University, the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development); Lawrie Phipps; Liz Shrives; Helen King (who hosted the awards ceremony).
And the following nominations for individual legacy awards:
The award winners will be announced at our celebratory Gala Dinner on 18th May in Leeds.
In March SEDAs Scholarship and Research Committee awarded two Legacy Research Grants to:
Click here for more information.
SEDA’s 20th anniversary events took off in fine style with a champagne reception and dynamic lecture from Graham Gibbs at the House of Commons on Wednesday 16th January. A founder member of SEDA, Graham is a respected pioneer of academic development in the UK. Addressing 80 SEDA members, Vice-Chancellors and guests, Graham celebrated the UK’s leading international role in the increasing focus on the quality of teaching and the student experience. From small, marginal beginnings, SEDA had brought academic development into the mainstream and pioneered models that are in use worldwide. He highlighted the robustness of these initiatives when many other trends and emphases had proven ephemeral and fallen by the wayside. He closed with a forecast of a future in which student engagement and involvement in the learning process would become increasingly central.
The lecture was chaired by Professor Janet Beer, Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University.
For more details of SEDA@20 events click here.
Deadline extended until 28th March 2013
2013 is a landmark year in which SEDA will celebrate its 20th anniversary as an Association.
Our individual and team awards will recognise and celebrate achievement in educational and staff development.
Click here for full details of the SEDA Legacy Awards