LTA Connect webinars

Our monthly series of webinars involves internal and external speakers

The aim of our monthly webinars is to introduce colleagues to current and emerging developments in educational research and pedagogic practice. Recent topics have included: frameworks for enhancing VLE use, panel feedback and Critical Race Theory

The webinars run using Blackboard Collaborate so that colleagues from across the network can join from their desks, or anywhere else with a laptop and WiFi connection. All webinars are Thursday 1200-1300 unless otherwise stated.

Do you have research or good practice to share? Please complete a webinar proposal form if you would like to present an LTA Connect webinar or get in touch if you have any questions. As well as being great fun, this kind of activity can be used to as part of an application for HEA Fellowship via the ALPINE framework.

Previous webinars

Date

Presenter(s)

Title Learning & Teaching Values
05/05/2016

Professor Keith Smyth and Michael Rayner, University of the Highlands and Islands

LTA Connect: Engaging students as researchers  Engaging our students as researchers
15/06/2016

Anna Wendy Stevenson, Lews Castle College UHI

LTA Connect: The virtual residency  Providing a connected learning experience

30/09/2016

Professor Frank Rennie, Lews Castle College UHI LTA Connect: The future of learning  Active and creative use of technology
19/01/2017 Professor Frank Rennie, Lews Castle College UHI LTA Connect: Digital social networks and the Academy  Active and creative use of technology
09/02/2017 Dr David Watt, Perth College UHI LTA Connect: Using panel feedback to increase student satisfaction  Assessment and feedback for learning
23/03/2017 Dr David Walker, University of Sussex LTA Connect: Frameworks for enhancing the use of VLEs  Active and creative use of technology
06/04/2017 Professor Keith Smyth, University of the Highlands and Islands, LTA Connect: Designing and assessing groupwork  Assessment and feedback for learning
27/04/2017 Dr Sean Walton, University of Salford LTA Connect: Critical perspectives on inclusivity  Reflective practice and contiuous improvement