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Recording of the webinar ‘Learning Analytics: Innovative Practices’ from November 2019, including brief, thought-provoking presentations on maximising the power of data for students, staff who teach and institutions. Presentations from WIT, DCU and from the Erasmus+ OFLA (Onwards from Learning Analytics) project.

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A report commissioned by the steering committee of the “Technology Enhanced Assessment Methods (TEAM) in science & health practical settings”

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This report discusses the major policies and initiatives through which public authorities in 28 European higher education systems support the enhancement of learning and teaching. It is a follow up to Trends 2018.

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This video captures student perspectives on assessment

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This ebook is designed to support the development of early weeks induction for students new to higher education

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This guidebook and video resource provides detailed guidance on the development and implementation of a peer assisted student support (PASS) programme in a higher education setting

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This video captures the motivation and expecations of a range of students before they go to college and the subsequenct challenges faced and overcame once in higher education

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This webinar explores innovative approaches to harnessing data, and the growing recognition of its potential to support whole-of-institution strategies for student success.

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A National Forum webinar “Introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) & Open Licensing” took place on 11 June 2019. The webinar provided an overview of open licensing using Creative Commons licenses and featured the published resource, the National Forum Open Licensing Toolkit (itself an OER).

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DCU’s Dr Brian Nolan on Assessment

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Graham Gibbs on Student Engagement explained by Sally Brown

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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Naomi Winstone, of the University of Surrey, sharedin aninterviewsome of her work on Feedback to Students on their learning.

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A number of ‘Focus On’ document resources have been created as part of the Crannóg project. These resources curate existing materials into short “what you need to know”-style briefs on key topics in Leading in Teaching and Learning.

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This project focuses on aspects of leadership of teaching & learning, and the building of digital capacity/capability.

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L2L is a project funded by the National Forum looking at the Professional Development Framework for all Staff who Teach in Higher Education through the lens of Library staff to see if it meets our professional development needs.

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Recognising that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the effective use of new digital technologies for teaching and learning, the What Works & Why project aims to build digital literacy and engagement for students and teachers by exploring the question: “What works and why?”

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At the core of the project, was the recruitment of staff as Digital Champions in each of the partner institutes. These staff have become champions for the improvement of digital literacy skills within their academic discipline, their department and ultimately across the Southern Cluster. The project documents the journey these champions took and provides a map for others who wish to follow in their footsteps.

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Take 1 Step (#T1Step) is a regional campaign to raise digital skills across the Shannon Consortium.

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The GeoLab project is designed to deliver teaching and learning resources to improve the development of essential petrological skills at the four national third level geoscience units in Ireland.

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A spiky profile tool to identify the digital skills learning needs of social policy educators

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The core aim of this website is to support educators in social policy and the social professions to enhance their digital skills, thereby facilitating the development of technology-enhanced teaching and learning practices within our disciplines.

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ePrePP has carefully appraised the competency documents of medicine, nursing and pharmacy in Ireland and identified the shared competencies as a professional and as a practitioner.

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The ePrePP project was designed to enhance student learning in healthcare placements to ease the transition from student to professional. The project was led by a group representing medicine, nursing, pharmacy and pedagogy and has applications for not only healthcare disciplines but also the wider student body.

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This implementation guide steers you through the steps needed to incorporate e-assessment in your own modules as well as a catalogue of resources