Fwd: Creative Academic Magazine #19

Creative Academic Magazine CAM #19 Creative Ed-ventures in Online Teaching and Learning Dear community member The latest issue of Creative Academic Magazine (CAM19) is now available as a free download at . It is often said that necessity is the mother of invention and the Covid pandemic has certainly created a new necessity for invention and adaptation in the world of education. In CAM 19, edited by Johanna Payton and Lisa Clughen, we celebrate the imaginations, resourcefulness and ingenuity of teachers and others who support students and their learning, in creating new opportunities for creative adventures in learning. The magazine is our contribution to World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15 -21. We will also facilitate a discussion on the theme of Creative Ed-ventures in Online Teaching and Learning starting on April 14th in the #creativeHE Facebook Forum Please

Another excellent Innovating Pedagogy report from the OU

  Innovating Pedagogy | Open University Innovation Reports This ninth report, produced by researchers in the Open University’s Institute of Educational Technology in collaboration with colleagues from the  Artificial Intelligence and Human Languages Lab/The Institute of Online Education at Beijing Foreign Studies University , proposes ten promising innovations that have not yet had a significant influence on education but deserve attention.

Teaching with a disabliity

From an email discussion forum in reply to  One of the participants on our PGCert has asked about any resources about teaching for those with disabilities/ health issues as she has disabilities and long-term health issues.   On our course we talk a lot about students with disabilities but we don't really address it so much from the staff side of things. We also have all the usual stuff from HR but nothing specifically about teaching.   Does anyone know of anything useful I could point her towards? There is a book she can download for free on ableism in academia  and another coming out soon from Policy Press edited by Nicole Brown  details here One link was erroneous. Ableism in Academia. Theorising Experiences of Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses in Higher Education is free to down from here:  https://www.uclp

Fwd: New Book for International Teachers in HE

More details at This book responds to, and builds on, the needs identified in a wide-ranging 2020 survey of International and Transnational Teachers working in UK HE both in the UK and overseas. Christopher Longman at Lancaster University says about the text: "I really like the way it is written in an accessible style, with practical suggestions which  make connections  with readers' own teaching contexts and approaches. " Nuala  is an Associa te Professor and PGCHE Director in the School of Education,   University of Nottingham and works across their UK, China and Malaysia campuses.   Chris led the credit-bearing and accredited pathways of educational development programmes for staff at the University of Leeds for 22 years, and now works as an HE consultant supporting a number of universities.  He also set up and ran the successful   International Staff Website from 2007

New issue of University Teaching and Learning Practice - statistics teaching

  Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice | Vol 18 | Iss 2 ( Volume 18, Issue 2 (2021) Innovations and challenges in the teaching of statistics to non-specialists Articles PDF Editorial: Innovations and challenges in the teaching of statistics to non-specialists Margaret MacDougall PDF What statistics instructors need to know about concept acquisition to make statistics stick Jochen Kruppa, Jessica Rohmann, Carolin Herrmann, Miriam Sieg, Kerstin Rubarth, and Sophie Piper PDF Revelations from story writing in business statistics: An exercise in decoding Collette Lemieux and Brad Quiring PDF When one size does fit all: Simultaneous delivery of statistics teaching to multiple audiences Rachel Hilliam and Karen Vines PDF A case study in the e-assessment of statistics for non-specialists Iain Weir, Rhys Gwynllyw, and Karen Henderson PDF Online seminars in statistics for doctoral students: A case study Christine Davies PDF Teaching research methods to undergraduate

Fwd: Blame it on the lockdown!

Colleagues, especially those with courses for new academic staff, PG Certs, etc. may be interested in the following book which updates and brings together five previously published papers. It's available from Amazon at:   Best wishes Chris Chris Rust Emeritus Professor of Higher Education Oxford Brookes University

Fwd: IJSaP 4(2) is published and call for contributions to a new section on ‘Voices from the Field’

We are delighted to let you know that the 8th issue of the International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) is available from In this issue you will find 15 manuscripts – 1 editorial, 4 research articles, 5 case studies, 2 reflective essays, 2 opinion pieces and 1 review. Together these contributions have been written by 23 faculty/staff and 22 students from Australia, Canada, China (Hong Kong), China (Mainland), Malaysia, Ireland, UK, and US. The journal, which is hosted by McMaster University Library Press, is co-edited by students and staff/faculty from Australia, Canada, China (Hong Kong), China (Mainland), Malaysia, UK, and US. Potential authors (both staff and students) with an idea for a contribution are strongly encouraged to send the editors ( <mailto: >) a brief (around 250 words) proposal<