When people join SEDA they become part of a growing and effective community, and they receive the support of a leading professional association in the sector. They have access to a full range of publications for new ideas about teaching, learning, assessment and professional development issues. They will be kept informed of advances in theory and practice in educational development both in the UK and in HE internationally. Also, HMRC recognises individual SEDA membership as a professional expense.

In a recent survey SEDA members said:

  • “Extremely supportive and helpful organisation. Should be something many more people join.”
  • “Great organisation run by a very altruistic group of people who care passionately about Higher Education. The more you put in the more you get out. Membership means contributing actively.”
  • “I have found that information and ideas contained in the various SEDA publications have been valuable in persuading colleagues to reflect on current practice and to make changes in their teaching methodologies.”
  • “I enjoy being a member – receiving and making use of the publications and attending events and conferences. I look forward to having time to start work on becoming a Fellow as I see this as important to my personal and professional development.”