Do you want to know more about using digital technologies in learning and teaching? If you want to explore innovative uses of digital technologies to enhance your teaching practice, don’t miss out on this hands-on opportunity with CLL (Changing the Learning Landscape).
This is the first of three CLL workshops in June aimed at academic staff, and others who teach and support learning in higher education.
The events will showcase discipline-specific uses of digital technologies and explore how different approaches might transfer across disciplines. They will also engage with current advances in technology-enhanced learning and consider ways in which practitioners can take advantage of the opportunities they offer. By providing examples of teaching practice from across the sector, participants will discover how the implementation of technological approaches has enhanced learning and teaching, and will gain inspiration for their own practice.
For more information on the series of workshops or to book a place, visit http://www.heacademy.ac.uk or call the HEA on 01904 717574
Changing the Learning Landscape (CLL) is a HEFCE-funded programme supporting and encouraging higher and further education institutions to make a step change in how they adopt effective and strategic uses of online technology in teaching and learning.
The programme is a unique partnership between the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, JISC, the National Union of Students, the Association for Learning Technology and the Higher Education Academy (HEA).