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The latest in HEA’s series of enhancement events was held in Glasgow today, 25 March 2015.
The HEA is inviting higher education providers in Scotland to submit project proposals on supporting the development of pedagogy and practice on student transitions, to help enhance the current Scottish Enhancement Theme of Student Transitions.
Sixty thousand learning and teaching professionals in higher education are now Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
The next HEA enhancement event will take place in Glasgow on 25 March on the theme of engaged student learning through partnership.
New research published today by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) highlights the importance of independent learning in higher education and how it is best supported by universities and c
The HEA held its latest in its series of enhancement events in Belfast today, 5 March 2015. The event, ‘The role of disciplines in interdisciplinary learning and teaching’ opened with a key note address from Professor Catherine Lyall of the Unive
Booking is now open for the second HEA and Equality Challenge Unit joint conference supporting equality and diversity in learning and teaching in Scottish higher education.
A report published by the HEA, identifies transition as one of the most important issues facing STEM educators at the current time.
The HEA's enhancement event, ‘Student transitions: journey into, through and beyond higher education’ attended by over 150 delegates this morning, 19 February 2015, opened with a keynote delivered by Michelle Morgan from Kingston University.
The HEA has been commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to conduct a major review of external examining arrangements in the UK.