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Special Interest Groups – What’s on

ILIaD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together staff to share good practice, learn from one another and collaborate, or to look in more depth at a specific area of Education excellence or innovation. In support of the Education Enhancement Theme, last year saw the establishment of a number of new Technology Enhanced Learning  SIGS which are now going from strength to strength. Continue reading →

ILIaD reconfigures to meet growing demand….

The work undertaken by ILIaD and the Community of Education Practice has strategic significance, enhancing University ranking and reputation by improving quality, engagement and outcomes of the student education experience. With the sharpened institutional focus on quality, collegiality, sustainability, national and international reputation, it has been recognised that the increasing organisational-wide demand for ILIaD services and support cannot be met with ILIaD’s current configuration. Continue reading →

Special Interest Groups – What’s on

ILIaD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together staff to share good practice, learn from one another and collaborate, or to look in more depth at a specific area of Education excellence or innovation. In support of the Education Enhancement Theme, last year saw the establishment of a number of new Technology Enhanced Learning  SIGS which are now going from strength to strength. Continue reading →

Special Interest Groups – What’s on

ILIaD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) bring together staff to share good practice, learn from one another and collaborate or to look in more depth at a specific area of Education excellence or innovation. In support of the Education Enhancement Theme, last year saw the establishment of a number of new Technology Enhanced Learning  SIGS which are now going from strength to strength. Continue reading →

Building our Researching Assessment Practices (RAP) community

By Professor Carol Evans The first RAP Discipline REPs meetings of the year took place in September with another one being planned for October/ November for those unable to attend the initial meeting.  We now have 87 Discipline RAP Representatives.  Discipline representatives will play a key role in taking the assessment feedback strategy forward working closely with Associate Deans, students and colleagues. My thanks to everyone who is working on this initiative. Continue reading →