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Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning

Published on October 24, 2013
...ide range of different students. But it is not yet clear that MOOCs in their current guise (i.e. exclusively online) can act as the solution alone. Social and economic success, defined as ensuring fair access and full utilisation of human capital, will rely on harnessing the online environment to enrich and support face-to-face teaching, and vice versa. Find out more in our policy briefings The rise of online learning is shaking up the sector MOOC... Read more »

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

Published on October 22, 2020
...engaged by the digital experience than traditional face to face delivery. Online learning ‘festivals’ have engaged many more students and staff than previously and have brought together multiple campuses in a way that is not possible in-person. This presents exciting opportunities to expand access to higher education to those who might not have thought it was accessible to them in the past, notably mature and part-time students. However there wil... Read more »

Sexual consent education at Oxford Brookes University

Published on August 4, 2021
...well as key colleagues, and our initial priority has been to establish an online resource addressing the complexities of sexual consent. To achieve this we have partnered with leading UK sexual health charity Brook Young People. From September 2021 students will have access to 5 interactive online modules which consider the meaning of consent; myths and the law; ambiguities of consent including active and passive consent, and verbal and non-verba... Read more »

2020 reviewed by our networks

Published on December 17, 2020
...olicy adviser; and Jo Dobson Associate PVC Group policy. UA members have a variety of collaborative partnerships in industry and their various communities and have leveraged these partnerships to support local businesses through the pandemic and beyond. This has included the delivery of digital skills training and other technical support, help with transforming business plans, and the sharing of facilities. As Joanna Birch, Director of Innovation... Read more »

HEBCI start up figures

Published on May 24, 2013 for local enterprise to strengthen local networks and provision of university support for graduate start-ups. Pro-actively use and promote empty properties for the use of graduate start-ups, helping to nurture local start-ups. Recognise entrepreneurship as a legitimate graduate career, reflecting it more fully in employment and business data.... Read more »

Mind the gap report – Aston University case study

Published on October 13, 2015 to pursue their academic studies. The majority of teaching is delivered online in a Virtual Learning Environment with recorded lectures, online tutorials with video links and consultation sessions. A small number of on-campus sessions are used to introduce students to their lecturers and cover materials that is best done face-to-face (e.g. some elements of Human Computer Interaction). At the same of the Degree Apprenticeship there is an intensi... Read more »

Universities and cities: Building stronger communities

Published on November 2, 2017
...nchester Combined Authority (2014) A Plan for Growth and Reform in Greater Manchester. Online. Hooper, D. (2016) Supporting Thriving Communities: The role of universities in reducing inequality. University Alliance. Online link Royal Academy of Engineering (2015) Investing in Innovation. London: Royal Academy of Engineering. Taylor, F. (2016) Creating Innovative Regions: The role of universities in local growth and productivity. University Allianc... Read more »

Alliance universities supporting the nation throughout the pandemic

Published on November 9, 2020
...tudents to graduate early and staff to return to work on the frontline and manufacturing PPE are just some of the many ways Alliance universities have supported the national effort to tackle the pandemic so far. Alliance universities already play a vital role powering the NHS, training a significant proportion of the workforce and supporting local provision. And if we see an increased need for health services in the coming weeks, Alliance universi... Read more »

DTA Summer School 2022 – Three days of Celebration, Collaboration and Community

Published on September 26, 2022
...mic Writing’ by Katharine D’Souza for in-person participants, and ‘Project Management for PGRs’ with DTA alumnus Dr Eleftherios Nomikos for online participants. Both the sessions were well received and enjoyed. To mark the end of the first day, we all met at Brighton Pier for a fish and chip supper and had a great time talking to fellow researchers over the meal. The second day started with a walk and talk session where we were all split into smal... Read more »

How female entrepreneurship means sisters can finally do it for themselves

Published on March 8, 2018 out to find out more. I was already following some female entrepreneurs online, particularly in food and health, and could see the power that social media was providing to these start-ups. I started to wonder about the experience of female entrepreneurs who are marketing their business (and themselves) online. With my own company, I had had a brand name which was quite distinct from my own persona, allowing the two to be separate, but many fema... Read more »