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Past Events

Past events hosted or facilitated by the Learning and Teaching Academy.

The future of learning


Professor Frank Rennie gives a quick tour of how the emergence of open digital resources and globally connected hyper-interactivity is changing the way that we are able to provide educational experiences for learners of all ages.

Thinking about Open


Thinking About Open is a half-day workshop exploring what openness and open educational practices are. The workshop aims to help instigate discussion at your organisation on how openness could make a difference to your own practices whilst acting as a springboard for further discussion on the practicalities of open practice. The workshop utilises a range of case studies and examples of openness to help facilitate discussion.

EEDC Strategic Enhancement Programme: Final Network Facilitation Meeting


This is the final network facilitation meeting for those taking part in the Scotland-only Higher Education Academy (HEA) Embedding Equality and Diversity in the Curriculum Strategic Enhancement Programme.

MSc Leadership and Management Alumni Group 


The event will provide the group with an opportunity to share and discuss their final dissertations, with a view

to building a body of knowledge for the benefit of the group members and potentially for the MSc programme.

Managing blended learning in creative ways -

the development of the virtual residency and international collaborations


This webinar will look at the development of the virtual residency as one which fits into a suite of 4 residencies

which take place during the academic year on the BA Applied Music degree programme

Developing research-driven curricula at UHI


Workshop for colleagues who are participating in the 'Developing research-driven curricula at UHI' project.

Facilitated by Michael Rayner, Dean of Research, and Keith Smyth, Professor of Pedagogy.

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