Following a successful inaugural National Seminar Series, the National Forum is pleased to announce that applications are now open for the National Seminar Series 2014/2015.
Click here to watch the recording of the Teaching and Learning Enhancement call for funding webinar held on Thursday the 26th of June at 11am.
This webinar provides an overview of the inaugural call of the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund, and demonstrates the interface to be used to submit funding proposals
Calling all design students!
The National Forum is looking for a student or recent graduate to design the award for the 2014 Teaching Hero Awards in September. Click here for further details
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One of the main areas of work for the National Forum is to investigate the possible structures a professional development framework for Ireland might take.¬† A number of projects are underway in this area including our recent dialogues sessions with networks and disciplinary groups as well as a thorough examination of international examples of such…Details
Building Digital Capacity‚ An Update Following the sectoral consultations that have taken place in the last two months the National Forum has published, Building Digital Capacity in Higher Education, Principles and first insights from the sectoral consultation with preliminary recommendations and actionable first steps. This document marks the completion of the first phase of the…Details
Building Digital Capacity in Higher Education Principles and first insights from the sectoral consultation ‚Äì with preliminary¬†recommendations and actionable first steps Click Here to Download Appendices Click Here to Download Chair’s Preface The work of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning must be genuinely¬†consultative. We commit to seeking views and mobilising…Details
April saw the end of the consultative sessions that the National Forum held with key people from across the higher education sector. I was delighted to meet new and familiar faces from across the sector and to be part of these discussions, but equally daunted by the task of ensuring that from each session key…Details
You are invited to attend the National Forum‚Äôs webinar on Monday, May 26th from 1-2pm The purpose of the webinar is to provide an update on the Forum‚Äôs ongoing activities and to specifically address the following topics: mapping of current¬†Professional Development¬†practice in Higher Education in Ireland outcomes of a review of international examples of professional…Details
‚ÄòNegative assumptions about undergraduates distract from the debate over the responsibilities of educators‚Äô Times Higher Education recently featured an opinion piece by National Forum Chair Prof. Sarah Moore on common perceptions of students in higher education. Prof. Moore challenges assumptions one might have in relation to student plagiarism, attendance, evaluations of lecturers, and technology. She…Details