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The LTA Forum is a group, comprised of representatives from across the university’s academic partners, professional services, and student body, with a key responsibility for helping develop the LTA.

In addition to helping develop the LTA through consulting on and helping shape the activities of the LTA, and providing a link between the LTA and other areas of the university, the LTA forum has also played a key role in the development of the university’s new learning and teaching strategy which will be implemented during 2016/17.

The membership of the LTA Forum is currently being reviewed, with current members noted below.

  • Alex Walker, Professional Recognition and Development Coordinator, Learning and Teaching Academy (UHI)
  • Alistair Wilson (Highland Theological College UHI)
  • Andrew Jennings, Centre for Nordic Studies Officer (Shetland College UHI)
  • Ann Murray, Assistant Principal (Lews Castle College UHI)
  • Ann Tilbury, EDU Academic Skills Designer, Educational Development Unit (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Archie MacLean (Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI)
  • Craig Lowther, Programme Development Manager (Inverness College UHI)
  • Heather Fotheringham, Quality Enhancement Impact Officer, Learning and Teaching Academy (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Jane Macintosh (North Highland College UHI)
  • Jane Nichols, Curriculum Manager (Argyll College UHI)
  • Jo Wallace, Assistant Principal (Orkney College UHI)
  • John Smith, Head of Integrated Technologies and Resources (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Keith Davidson, Head of MMB PI in Microbial Ecology and Modelling (SAMS UHI)
  • Keith Smyth, Professor of Pedagogy and Head of the Learning and Teaching Academy (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Morag Redford, Head of Teacher Education (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Rosemary McCormack, Assistant Director (Moray College UHI)
  • Rosie Alexander, Careers Manager (University of the Highlands and Islands)
  • Simon Clarke, Senior Cultural Studies Lecturer (Shetland College UHI)