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Universities and cities: Building stronger communities

Published on November 2, 2017
...es: The role of universities in the health ecosystem. University Alliance. Online link Greater Manchester 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... Read more »

Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning

Published on October 24, 2013
...n.” Part of this indecision is due to confusion between Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and more traditional forms of online learning. But there are important differences between the two. For a start, MOOCs have so far been operating from a separate platform with ‘star’ lecturers used to entice participants (David Attenborough is a voice on one of the FutureLearn MOOCs, for example). This compares to more traditional online learning whic... Read more »

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

Published on October 22, 2020
...scale digital reform and innovation, as teaching and student support moved online. Six months later, universities are welcoming back students with a blended learning approach (a mix of online and face-to-face teaching). For Alliance universities this approach is nothing new, with digital learning opportunities existing long before the pandemic. But our recent experience has taken this one step further. Alliance universities have now amassed a weal... Read more »

2020 reviewed by our networks

Published on December 17, 2020
...ulture and adressing the BAME pipeline through our Research and Innovation network, and our Teaching and Learning Network continue to address the black attainment gap and inclusivity in teaching and learning. In 2021 we will be launching a piece of work to drive diversity in academic representation in the media.   2020 has been a tumultuous year in many ways, but has also opened the door for acceleration and innovation in teaching and learnin... Read more »

Space: Creating a new hub for education, innovation and investment in high-tech industries

Published on June 2, 2016
...tudents have the opportunity to learn using industry-standard equipment. A pharmacy clinical skills suite also offers a specialist learning environment in which students can develop their professional skills. The creation of the School of Pharmacy in 2013 addresses a historical skills gap and shortage of educational provision in the eastern counties of England, and arose from close collaboration between the University, local NHS health trusts and... Read more »

University Alliance Awards

Published on May 30, 2020
...livery team, led by UWE Bristol, have come together virtually to design an online programme for the first time. The 6-week programme supports learners in local schools to plan for their future. My Future Quest replaces a face to face activity plan delivered to thousands of secondary school learners in Bristol. The online and remote access programme goes further: supporting transition from primary to secondary. Working collaboratively the team have... Read more »

Mind the gap report – Aston University case study

Published on October 13, 2015
...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 intensive seven-week module to train all students in the basics of softw... Read more »

The Economist: Report – Automated, Creative & Dispersed

Published on June 1, 2015
...sor Agarwal says. “If we unbundle time, students can take their first year online, come to the campus for two years, and spend the final year continuously learning within work.” Professor Agarwal expects some courses to be conducted entirely online, some with in-class web resources, and others to remain in person only. This would change the level of in-university staff demand, but he says the impact will be positive: “Some professors don’t like to... Read more »

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

Published on June 1, 2017
...he MOOC, which is far in excess of global averages. For many participants, online learning was a new experience. Online access is not always easy– they had to travel, sometimes long distances, to weekly contact classes and share computers, tablets and mobile phones. We attribute success – in terms of participant MOOC completion – to a blend of the digital and physical learning spaces and the way in which the MOOC enabled collaborative learning and... Read more »

University Alliance calls for overseas students to be removed from net migration figures

Published on August 29, 2014
...as a 50 per cent reduction in overseas students studying STEM over the past two years. We are also losing international students to other nations due to the UK’s restrictive policy on post-study work visas. “We believe the solution is simple – remove international students from the net migration target and reintroduce the two year post-study work visas for all graduates from UK universities. This would enhance opportunities for qualif... Read more »