Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Fwd: PRHE conference reminder

This is a reminder  about the 3rd International Pedagogical Research in Higher Education (PRHE) conference which has the theme of Research teaching linkages to enhance student learning'. The conference is being held on the 25th and 26th October in the heart of Liverpool, UK. See attached flyer.

To book your place (daily rates available) and for more information, please go to:    

The conference committee looks forward to welcoming you to this intimate and supportive conference which brings together researchers and practitioners in Higher Education from many different countries.


Lin Norton

Conference organiser

Lin Norton
Professor of Pedagogical Research
Dean of Learning and Teaching

PRHE 2010 conference organiser

National Teaching Fellow (2007)
Research Director of Write Now CETL
Director of Flying Start NTFS project

Liverpool Hope University 
Centre for Learning and Teaching
Education Faculty
Hope Park
Liverpool L16 9JD, UK
tel: +44(0)151 291 3643
fax: +44(0)151 291 3835
mob: 0773 608 2941

Bill Norton
Research Associate

For information on the upcoming Pedagogical Research in Higher Education Conference (PRHE 2010) in October, please click on the following link to the conference website

Centre for Learning & Teaching
Liverpool Hope University
Hope Park
Liverpool L16 9JD
tel: +44 (0)151-291-2039
FAX: +44 (0)151-291-3835

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Fwd: ePortfolio Workshop

A FREE workshop provided by JISC


How can ePortfolios support 21st Century Learning?

10:00 - 16:30 Wednesday 10th November 2010


Venue: Euston House, 24 Eversholt Street, London


e-Portfolios are not a new concept. In various guises, digital presentations of skills and competences, online records of achievement, and action plans with opportunities for reflection have been in use in education for nearly a decade. So what is new about e-portfolios?


This free-to-attend workshop will explore what we mean by e-portfolios and how e-portfolios can support 21st century learning. Drawing on the work of JISC-funded projects and other significant e-portfolio developments, it will provide a snapshot of learning enhanced by e-portfolios in higher, further and continuing education.


Who should attend?

This workshop is for those who use, or support others use of, e-portfolios: practitioners and managers in higher and further education; staff developers; those involved in initial teacher training; and in the management and implementation of PDP, CPD and lifelong learning.


Click here for more information and to book a place.




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Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Fwd: Academic Integrity Workshop - 16th September 2010

Acaemic Integrity Workshop - 16th September 2010
Oxford Brookes University (Wheatley Campus)
HLST & Academy JISC Academic Integrity Service

Student plagiarism and related concerns, such as collusion are serious and complex issues in higher education. In recent years, higher education institutions has been working to improve their policies and practice in the area of academic integrity not only to ensure that cases of plagiarism can be effectively managed but so that students have opportunities to develop their understanding of good academic practice and the associated skills. This workshop will give us an opportunity to discuss the implementation of institutional policies and practice relating to academic integrity, and how these might be reviewed and improved. There will be an opportunity to share good practice in this area and to help inform the development of related guidance for the higher education community.

If you or a colleague from the HLST community might be interested in attending this day, please let us know by email to:

For more information and to see the programme please see: