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The following list is ten things I believe it is particularly useful to remember when applying for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, through the Professional Recognition Route. My thoughts are focused particularly on the Associate (D1) and Fellowship (D2) levels though they apply to Senior (D3) and Principal (D4) as well. Here at Brighton it is our aspiration that all teaching staff have, or are working towards, a recognised teaching qualification by 2015, and the HEA’s Professional Recognition is likely to be the main route for more experienced academic staff.
This powerpoint was given by Kate Borthwick and Alison Dickens at an HEA OER workshop, on 7th November, 2012, at the University of Southampton. It outlines the work of LLAS and the language educator community in the area of open practice, and describes an evolution from a focus on technical issues to benefits of open practice, to open research and students-as-producers of open content.
This is a document, uploaded as a PDF and as a ppt, outlining the main points of the presentation given at the HEA-funded OpenLIVES workshop at the University of Southampton (LLAS) on the 23rd of May 2012. During the presentation some educational principles and practices emerging from the OpenLIVES experience were discussed, including the idea of student as an author and transacademic life skills. This presentation is the basis for the second part of the OpenLIVES presentation of the July 2012 LLAS Symposium in Edinburgh given in conjunction with Kate Borthwick, from LLAS in Southampton.
PowerPoint presentation introducing the OER workshop and seminar series, May 23rd 2012.