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Universities and cities: Building stronger communities

Published on November 2, 2017
...t. Reflecting the cross-cutting nature of health and wellbeing challenges, there is an increasing volume of interdisciplinary research at UK universities. Many institutions also work closely with non-academic partners including businesses, charities, and social enterprises, and provide incubation spaces to help entrepreneurs design products and innovate with the support of specialists. University-led research and innovation has the added benefit o... Read more »

2020 reviewed by our networks

Published on December 17, 2020
...e talent to encourage the companies they work with to be better. They have therefore committed to support the 10,000 Black Interns scheme, and University Alliance have also committed to offer a paid internship as part of the scheme. We recognise that meaningful progression on the equality, diversity and inclusion agenda will only be realised by taking action across the whole system. We have been furthering discussions on developing an inclusive re... Read more »

Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning

Published on October 24, 2013
...ensure that people are learning effectively? In light of these questions, there has been a lot of attention given recently to the use of digital technologies in teaching and learning, and the extent to which these technologies are shaking up the UK’s higher education (HE) sector. However, the sector is still undecided as to whether MOOCs are the ‘Napster moment’ for HE and the end of the university as a physical institution, a solution to skills... Read more »

Digital teaching and learning has a future – but we must get the balance right

Published on October 22, 2020
...ssible to them in the past, notably mature and part-time students. However there will be limitations too. Physical interaction is vital, and there are negative consequences of 100% remote learning on mental and physical health. Staff will need further resource and support too, to ensure they can teach effectively online. It’s important to get the balance right. I’m sure we will soon see sophisticated models of blended learning in practice, e.g. in... Read more »

Digital teaching and learning: time for a blended approach

Published on March 2, 2021
...tutions become more adept at delivering new ways of learning and teaching, there is a lot the sector can learn from the review. Whilst nothing can completely replace face to face learning and on campus activity, UA institutions have amassed a wealth of evidence on delivering learning and teaching digitally. These include using new technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and augmented/virtual reality; providing digital mental health and wellbe... Read more »

Mind the gap report – Aston University case study

Published on October 13, 2015
...s of Human Computer Interaction). At the same of the Degree Apprenticeship there is an intensive seven-week module to train all students in the basics of software development and databases so they are ready to start work on client projects. What works well and why? By integrating the learning and work experience into a real employment context, the Degree Apprenticeship model helps to recruit a wider range of students. There are now around 65 stude... Read more »

We need more than workshops to support the wellbeing of PhD researchers

Published on December 1, 2020
...on Twitter @evcrabtree.   This time last year I was in the thick of my pre-thesis submission. Eating and exercising healthily, seeing daylight hours and taking weekends and evenings off seemed like luxuries, dwarfed by the ultimate goal of submitting as soon as possible after the start of my unfunded fourth year. Running at this ever-increasing pace for months inevitably took its toll on my physical and mental health. I remember friends telling m... Read more »

University Alliance launch ‘Driving Academic Diversity in their Media Voices’ campaign with live online panel event

Published on April 28, 2021
...he profiles of over 60 academics, who will be available for media comment. The online panel discussion event included introductions from campaign coordinators Beth Button, Head of Communications at University Alliance, and Justin Shaw, Chief Higher Education Consultant at Communications Management –one of our campaign partners. During his slot, Justin emphasised the need for a campaign of this kind, and for the Expert Bank resource, in diversifyin... Read more »

#PressforProgress on periods in Nepal

Published on March 8, 2018
...he past 18 months we have visited Nepal and interviewed a wide range of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and activists who are working to promote menstrual health awareness. For the past 25 years, we have been promoting gender based equality in Nepal and we hope our research findings will share good practice among stakeholders and influence policy in the country. Dr Sara Parker There has been widespread media attention on Chapaudi – where men... Read more »

Raising pupils’ achievements in India by bringing teachers back into the classroom

Published on June 1, 2017
...field visits to schools and local teachers’ centres in the state of Bihar, northern India – are hugely motivating for all of us working on TESS-India. The four year TESS-India journey has been punctuated with u-turns, dead-ends and roundabouts we thought we would never exit, but we are now beginning to feel we might have reached that magic ‘tipping point’ (to mix metaphors), recognised in the recent Guardian University Award to the Open University... Read more »