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Guidance materials for budding 2017 National Teaching Fellows

Guidance for 2017 National Teaching Fellowship Applicants Sally and the ANTFs have pulled together some guidance here for colleagues who might be running workshops in their institutions for the 2017 National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. Please note the deadline is 25th April 2017 and there are some changes that will impact on anyone intending to resubmit their application from last year. Attached here are PowerPoint slides and a PDF file. Continue reading →

Find a Learning and Teaching conference near you for 2017!

There is a growing list of learning and teaching conferences and National Teaching Fellow events, and you can find a conference near you on our News and Events Page. 2015 NTF Symposium Fun If you wish to submit your event, either email a few details via the NTF JiscMail list if you are on the list, or simply add a comment to this blog post containing a few lines, dates and a URL. Continue reading →

Find a Learning and Teaching conference near you for 2017!

There is a growing list of learning and teaching conferences and National Teaching Fellow events, and you can find a conference near you on our News and Events Page. 2015 NTF Symposium Fun If you wish to submit your event, either email a few details via the NTF JiscMail list if you are on the list, or simply add a comment to this blog post containing a few lines, dates and a URL. Continue reading →

Opening Pandora’s box: YikYak in Higher Education

Professor Simon Lancaster (Communications Officer, Committee of the Association of National Teaching Fellows)   Pandora’s box was a jar in Greek mythology said to contain all the evils in the world. YikYak is an anonymous messaging map in which Yaks (200 characters of text, possibly accompanied by a photograph) are shared to all users within a limited geographical area. Continue reading →

Opening Pandora’s box: YikYak in Higher Education

Professor Simon Lancaster (Communications Officer, Committee of the Association of National Teaching Fellows)   Pandora’s box was a jar in Greek mythology said to contain all the evils in the world. YikYak is an anonymous messaging map in which Yaks (200 characters of text, possibly accompanied by a photograph) are shared to all users within a limited geographical area. Continue reading →