LTA Connect webinars
LTA Connect webinars introduce colleagues to current and emerging developments in educational research and pedagogic practice, and are key element of the LTA's events programme. Webinars run using Blackboard Collaborate and you can join from anywhere with a laptop and internet connection.
All webinars are Thursday 1200-1300 unless otherwise stated.
Thurs 20 May 1200-1300: Preparing for uncertainty? Investigating the development of criticality among Masters students
Presented by Cameron Graham from Edinburgh Napier University, this webinar will argue that the development of criticality among students is a key means through which higher education (HE) can responsibly contribute towards the challenges society, the sector and graduates face.
Thurs 03 June 1300-1400: Undergraduate Nursing Students’ Self-Reported Perceptions on Learning
Presented by Dr Leah Macaden and Abbi Tracey from the Department of Nursing and Midwifery, this webinar outlines the findings from a cross-sectional analysis of a low fidelity simulation on sensory impairments as part of a wider dementia curriculum in semester one of the undergraduate nursing programme at the University of Highlands and Islands.
You can access webinar recordings on our past events page
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 framework.