List to enable the sharing of ideas and good practice between Subject Centres using Tool Kit 1 to build their Centre website. This list is retained 17/05/13. Subscribers cannot post messages, new subscribers cannot be added, but the archives are retained for reference purposes
Higher Education Academy Communication list to discuss development of a knowledge and information strategy.
A list to encourage discussion of current IT curriculum issues between ACER member colleges (Association of Colleges in the Eastern Region)
The list is for the dissemination of information to the ACL Community in Wales surrounding e-learning. It will be used by the JISC RSC for Wales.
A JISC email list for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths academics. Do you want to replace lectures with more interactive teaching? What role does student owned technology play here? Interested? Subscribe now, we welcome academics from other disciplines too.
Network for exchange of information between Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning in Art, Design & Media based subjects and the Art Design Media Subject Centre
This list is for announcements and discussion related to the activities of ADM-HEA, the Art, Design and Media Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy. The Subject Centre promotes high quality in the learning and teaching of ADM in HE by enabling knowledge exchange, innovation and enterprise.
This is a list to allow the Archaeology Data Service (mandated AHRC Digital Archive for Archaeology) at the Department of Archaeology, University of York to contact their depositors only, rather than all users - c.80% UK HE
A discussion list for Adult Numeracy specialists in the UK.
Discussion forum for people involved in Archives and Education
This is an open discussion list for members of the Association for French Language Studies and other colleagues involved in teaching and research in French in Higher Education. It is intended to facilitate the exchange of information in the areas of teaching and research in French language studies.
This list allows Adult Literacy and Numeracy practitioners within Glasgow to support one another and share best practice within these fields.
A distribution list for the ALT (Association for Learning Technology) Online Newsletter
The SIG exists to provide a network for the exchange of ideas and practices in relation to current issues in educational technology with the aim of supporting the informed use of learning technologies in NW England
This list is based on the Arcadia Project funded by Cambridge University Library to develop a New Curriculum for Information Literacy. The list will be used to keep people in touch with the project and any disemination activities.
Disciplinary Interest Group(DIG) for Anthropology is Primary concerned with teaching and learning but recognizes overlap with research It has the following remit: 1. To monitor and feedback to the discipline on developments in the Higher Education Academy 2. Make sure that anthropology has a voice 3. Identifying sources of Teaching and Lerning Funding and supporting bids.
This email listing is for the academy of marketing (education sub group). Its intention? To provide a forum for marketing academics in the UK to share ideas, developments and problems.
This list supports UK implementation of the Common European Guidelines on the Validation of Non-formal & Informal Learning (July 2009) and the Guidance on Claiming Credit for the Qualification & Credit Framework [QCF].
This list is used to make announcements from Mimas to the FE /HE community surrounding the use of Augmented Reality (AR) and its usefulness in education, and share information surrounding forthcoming events, training and workshops.
Mailing list to advise community members of events relating to the archaeological community, and the History, Classics and Archaeology Subject Centre
Information list for sending details of events to list members.
This is the list of the Area Studies Network which is co-ordinated by the Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies. The Network brings together colleagues involved in the teaching of HE programmes in Area Studies and in the disciplines that contribute to those programmes. This list is for the discussion of issues relating to the teaching of Area Studies e.g. interdisciplinary learning, benchmarking, non-specialist learners, residence abroad, programme design, marketing and recruitment. It may also be used to disseminate information relating to Area Studies events and publications.
The ARTEL group has been set up to promote increased interdisciplinary research into the design, development, implementation and use of technological learning environments, particularly within Higher Education contexts.
The list will provide a forum for the sharing of information between teachers of computing and digital design in schools of architecture in the UK.
A Physical Sciences LTSN Centre discussion list, for educational issues within the Astronomy Higher Education community. It will also carry announcements of events, publications and other items of interest. Sublist of physsci-education
A discussion list for those who deliver assistive technology training for people with disabilities.
The Basic Skills list is intended to provide a forum for discussions relating to the provision and delivery of Basic Skills services,including and particularly relating to the introduction and use of online and other ICT resources.
This list focuses on the professional development of adult literacy, language and numeracy teachers. It welcomes members working in UK and non-UK contexts concerned with initial and continuing teacher education of adult literacy, language and numeracy teachers.
List for the Pilot Phase of the HE e-learning benchmarking exercise.
News bulletin of the British and Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA)
Discussion list for those providing pedagogical and technical support for Blackboard in Wales.
This list is used by staff working in the six Bloomsbury Colleges to find out about the activities of the BLE (Bloomsbury Learning Environment)
A list set up to facilitate file storage and information exchange between Brookes HEA Benchmarking Pilot Project team.
This list is used by the Centre for learning and teaching sociology, anthropology and politics -C-SAP- for announcements and discussion. This list has been retained; the list will not accept new subscriptions, and messages cannot be posted to the list. 29/04/2013
This list is used for discussion and support purposes for postgraduate run projects supported by C-SAP, part of the HE Academy This list has been retained - 29/04/2013
Mailing list to support the usergroup for staff using the Learning Objects CampusPack collaboration tools. Please be aware that this list was set up to support UK educational institutions, and although we welcome contributions from global users, some discussions may be UK-centric.
This list is used by Careers Professionals to discuss issues relating to the management and effective use of social media to engage our clients and stakeholders. The group also provides a forum to exchange new ideas and best practice with Careers staff with a particular responsibility for managing their Service's uses of social media.
This list is used to share and disseminate good practice of the online tool CASPAR. Those wishing to be provided with the free package available from Autumn 2007 should sign up here to receive updates, news and share good practice.
The Context-Based-Learning (CBL) mailing list is used to discuss and develop ways of renewing and improving the teaching of Physical Sciences in UK Higher Education. The CBL approach uses contexts, storylines and case-studies to present science to students in a way that facilitates learning and increases motivation. Sublist of physsci-education
This list is managed by the LTSN Centre for Education in the Built Environment (CEBE) and provides regular communications on Centre activities, events and publications as well important news and developments in built environment higher education.
This list will enable discussion on the teaching of a wide breadth of sustainability issues within architectural education.
This list is used by the Centre for Education in the Built Environment's (CEBE) Responding to Diversity in UK Architectural Education SIG to stimulate and facilitate discourse on the learning and teaching needs of a diverse architectural student population.
The CENSUS-LEARNING-AND-TEACHING list is used to keep the UK HE and FE community informed about the progress of the JISC 5/99 funded CHCC project. The CHCC Project is developing the Collection of Historical and Contemporary Census Data and related materials (CHCC) into a major learning and teaching resource).
The primary aim of this group is to track, evaluate and support the UK FE/HE sectors' uptake and implementation of standards relating to learning content interoperability, in particular the ims content packaging, content management and learning design specifications. the group will also monitor the implementation and development of related specifications produced by agencies such as adl (particularly the scorm), aicc,ieee,cen/isss, ariadne, prometeus. This is a sub-list of IMS
For members of the HE/FE community who wish to discuss issues relating to metadata for learning resources
Discussion list for developers working towards interoperability and portability of e-portfolio and personal development records, in the UK and wider contexts; moving beyond UKLeaP towards practical standards based on real experience. Some technical knowledge may be assumed.
A mailing list to support a network of external evaluators of CETLs in England and Northern Ireland linking these evaluations to draw national national information
The CETLIPREN is a peer supported and selfdirected network that aims to support CETL evaluators and researchers by promoting purposeful networking and identifying relevant, creative and innovative approaches to evaluation. One of our main roles is to act as an independent broker of evaluation approaches to other CETLs.
This list enables CETL centre managers to form a network and share ideas, solutions and best practice
A list to facilitate collaboration and networking between CETLs (Centres for Excellence in Teaching & Learning)
A group of CETL bids involved in Problem Based Learning encouraging collaboration in dissemination, research etc
A list to network and support staff in CETLs with an e-learning / RLO / Repository interest
A discussion list concerned with all educational aspects, set up for UK academics involved in teaching chemistry, particularly at the higher education level. Sublist of physsci-education
This group is for the members of the Planning Group for CHESS (CHESS - Consortium of Higher Education Support Services with Deaf Students) - separate from CHESSForum.
This list is intended to provide a forum for classicists wishing to discuss the development of learning and teaching in their subject, as part of the work of the HE Academy Subject Centre in History, Classics and Archaeology.
This list will primarily discuss and disseminate the educational value and implementation issues behind using streaming video lectures as a teaching method.
Teaching Clinical Skills in Nursing provides an opportunity for all those teaching clinical skills to disseminate and discuss current practice-developments and innovation.
This list is used by Leadership Foundation coaches to keep in contact and build community of practice and share good practice amongst consultants and partner organisations involved in the Changing the Learning Landscape Programme
cltad events list is for dissemination of cltad workshops, conferences and seminars.
Welcome to the mailing list of the EUROCALL Special Interest Group (SIG) in Computer Mediated Communication (CMC). We would like to use this space to create opportunities for members to share information regarding interests, projects and practices.
To be used by CoLRiC members as a forum for exchanging information and advice and by CoLRiC to inform members of CoLRiC news, publications and events
This list is used to discuss issues relating to the use of corpus resources, tools and methodologies in CALL.
This list is used to provide discussion forum and share ideas for fostering of creativity in science teaching in HE
This Creativity-in-Education discussion list has been set up to stimulate discussion and disseminate information on the subject of creativity in education. We feel that there is a great need to generate a contrasting discourse alongside those of 'value for money', 'effective institutions', 'institutional improvement', 'target achievement' and 'global competition'. At the same time we feel that a creativity discourse could make a significant contribution to the appreciation and administration of these other approaches.
Information and discussion forum for issues involving critical thinking. Topics encouraged include critical thinking - models, constructs, development and measurement.
This list is for all those in Higher Education interested in the development of Welsh Medium Higher Education and the potential use of technology enhanced learning to support this.
Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 and SENDA 2001(Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA) 2001 Implications on teaching and learning within the UK HE maths, stats and operational reseach academic community.
This list will help DDIG to share ideas and developments in the area of supporting maths for HE students with Dyscalculia and Dyslexia.
DEFSA seeks to develop design education in Africa. The UK can play a significant role by facilitating and contributing to an international dialogue, news and conference announcements via a jiscmail list.
This mail list is for project members from the JISC DEL projects in Southern England to support the planning for a major dissemination event in London 2006.
Deliberations is an interactive, electronic web-based resource on teaching and learning in higher education. The deliberations-forum list acts as a platform for the higher education community to discuss a wide range of issues on teaching and learning and to disseminate, request and share relevant information.
This conference will explore key issues on the theme of digital diversity. These themes will include issues of race, age and gender in relation to access, use and creation of digital media.
Discussion and support regarding the use of digital audio as a single medium including podcasting to support learning, teaching and assessment.
This group focuses on technology enhanced postgraduate & academic learning
This list is to share ideas and best practice in using digital technology to support learning in museums, libraries, archives, galleries etc
This list is to support communication between Directors of Teaching and Learning in HE Psychology departments.
This is a list for the pathway leaders of DTCNW - the north west Doctoral Training Centre for the social sciences.
This list will enable easier communications, sharing of good practice and promote discussion on issues affecting dyslexia practitioners, usually linked with the ADDS programme
This list is used by those interested in e-learning activity across Wales. Its focus is both pedagogic and technical.
This forum aims to provide the medium for educationalists and practitioners involved in health and social care to share developments in e-learning.
This is an open list to support the dissemination activities of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Assessment Network (E3AN) which is being funded under phase 3 of the Fund for the Development of Teaching and Learning (FDTL)
To share policies and guidelines and support developments in Electronic Assessment Management.
A discussion list for academic staff interested in Enquiry-Based Learning EBL as a teaching methodology for all aspects of modern languages curricula in higher education.
This list if for partners and members of the European Network for Higher Education Economics.
This list is for announcements and discussion related to the activities of the economics subject centre of the Learning and Teaching Support Network. The centre promotes high quality learning, teaching and assessment practices within the academic economics community.
A mailing list for the 11 projects that make up the JISC e-Content Programme.
This list is for the discussion of issues relating to the European Cultural Policy and Practice and the related subject pedagogy of universities and independent organisations. Cross disciplinary approaches including Museums, Heritage, Galleries, Performing/Visual Arts, Festivals, etc are encouraged.
A list to support and communicate development of the LSN e-Learning Continuing Professional Development Framework.
A discussion group for those engaged in teaching, researching and teacher training in History post-16. It focuses on sharing good practice and information. Keys: History Teaching A level Undergraduate History
This list supports education workers using weblogs within teaching and learning. In particular it hopes to contribute to the mapping of the emergent community and creative practice, and to the production of knowledge of the use of emerging technologies in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
For the study of distributed, open, and distance education in Asian countries
This list provides space for discussion around issues relating to first year experience. It will include news and discussion items as identified by members.
Electronic discussion group for members of the Energy Geographies Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers, and others interested in this subject area.
The Elearning-Wales list is primarily an announcement list for the use of RSC Wales to promote events, training and good practice for practitioners in Wales who are interested in using Information and Learning Technologies (ILT) to enhance teaching and learning.
This list is to provide a forum for sharing experiences of selecting, implementing and using Electronic Voting Systems (EVS or sometimes referred to as Personal Response Systems,PRS).
A superlist of newly created lists: emerge-projects and emerge-members
List of EMERGE members (non funded) in phase II of the project Sub-list of emerge-community
A List of project members as part of the EMERGE Phase II U&I/JISC funded projects
This list has been set up to support the East Midlands Learning Technologists' Group who aim to foster communication, community and collaboration between learning technologists working across the education sector.
This list is for academics, careers advisers and others involved in supporting and developing the employability of philosophy students in HE (primarily in the UK). It provides a forum for sharing ideas and developing ways of promoting and enhancing the employability of philosophy graduates.
To share knowledge & expertise of EndNote, EndNote Web & Reference Manager among UK FE, HE & Research Council site licences. Also for Adept Scientific & Thomson Reuters to announce new releases, patches, user group events and beta testing of new versions.
This list has been established to support communication for the 'Engage' project. The project is co-ordinated by the Engineering Subject Centre and aims to facilitate dialogue between employers and HE academics in engineering, materials and physical sciences.
This list is managed by the Higher Education Academy. The HEA delivers subject based support for learning and teaching in engineering. The list distributes selected information relating to engineering education in HE.
This list is managed by the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre and will be used to pass on information about activities relevant for those teaching HE engineering in FE Colleges.
This list is used to share ideas across the Engineering Subject Centre Southwest Network.
English - E-Learning is a discussion list used to support the use of educational technology in English literature, Language and Creative Writing.
The Higher Education Accademy, via its Discipline Lead for English and Creative Writing, provides a supportive network of communication and activities to advance the practice of teaching English across the UK higher education. This list service provides a forum to discuss the evolving pedagogy of professional English studies and keeps members informed of relevant HEA activities.
This list facilitates communication between the Engineering Subject Centre and its Associates
This list is hosted by the Learning through Enquiry Alliance, a network of Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. It focuses on discussion of issues relating to approaches to higher education learning that are based on student enquiry and research.
Establishing a forum to share good practice in the engagement of parents/carers in the education of their children
This list supports the work of the JISC e-Learning Programme and will be used to facilitate discussions and consulation with a group of experts representing FE, ACL and HE communities on learning and teaching related activities.
This list will provide information to the JISC community about the e-learning and Pedagogy Programme. The list will be used to consult with the community as well as disseminating programme outputs.
This list is used as the primary communication tool for the members of the EPICS regional eportfolios pilot project.
Innovative e-learning with e-resources to enhance the student learning experience. Supporting and encouraging students and academics to use quality e-resources in their learning and teaching.
This list is for announcements and discussion related to learning and teaching within the Environmental Sciences academic community (ESac). The list is managed by the ES 'satellite' of the Learning and Teaching Support Network (LTSN) Subject Centre for Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Discussion list for the LTSN Subject Centre for Education ; will include academic and academically related staff in Education, Continuing Education & staff development centres in the UK
ESOL-Research is a discussion forum for researchers and practitioners with an interest in research into teaching and learning ESOL. ESOL-Research is managed by James Simpson at the School of Education, University of Leeds. Action for ESOL campaign Website: http://www.actionforesol.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/ActionforESOL Facebook: Action for ESOL
This list is used by members of the Ethics in Engineering Education Working Group of SEFI (European Society of Engineering Education) to share and discuss, e.g., experiences, practices, developments and events in ethics and ethical leadership in engineeering education.
The list will be used for discussion and dissemination, support of imaging research in psychiatry and neurosciences
This is a group for those institutions using the EvaSys survey tool. It is a user-led list with the aims of: -developing the expertise of EvaSys users in the UK -sharing knowledge and experiences of implementation and associated issues for staff and students -sharing tips and advice on using the system Replies go to the list and the original sender. Do remember to delete as appropriate.
A list dedicated to bringing to together the community of educators working with Multi-User Virtual Environments such as Second Life.
This list will provide a discussion forum for people interested in external examining issues.
Foundation Degree Forward Primary Contacts List
The purpose of this mailing list is to encourage the dissemination of good practice within the FE Library/Learning Resources community in Greater London, and to act as a single voice in negotiations with other bodies such as the M25 Group of University Libraries or the London Libraries Development Agency. It has sprung from an initiative by the Learning and Skills Development Agency, who have hosted two seminars for the group in 2001.
This list is to facilitate information exchange, discussion and collaborative project development amongst members of the Building Bridges Forum, an open forum of individuals in FE and HE Institutions across the East of England with an interest in encouraging and supporting mature learners to take up FE and HE.
The Further Education Tutorial Network (FETN) forum is available to all FETN members to support the sharing of ideas, information and good practice. FETN is a not for profit company created to support the development of tutorial support, learner development and learner support across the Learning and Skills sector.
The list of the UK Physical Sciences Centre SIG in Forensic Science to share ideas in teaching and learning.
The mailing list for everyone involved in teaching and learning support in the subjects of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES) in higher education in the UK. The list is run by the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for GEES, based at the University of Plymouth.
This discussion list is for GEM convenors to help them provide support, training and networking to heritage educators in their areas. It is also a Group for Education in Museum.
This list is for use of Committee members and participants in the Geological Society of London's Higher Education Network to make announcements and invite discussion on issues related to Geoscience learning and teaching in higher education.
GeoVisions exists to debate, raise issues, research and make proposals about the future of school geography in the UK. Membership of GeoVisions is open to those with a diverse set of interests and roles as both academic and school geographers.
A discussion and announcement list for HEIs with Graduate Centres and those considering establishment of such facilities.
This list provides a forum for anyone engaged in matters relating to graduate employment and employability. It intends to promote high-level debate on these issues, particularly to challenge much of the current, intellectually questionable orthodoxy.
Communications for the Hairdressing Training Service at MIMAS and related activities (e.g. the hairdressing training longitudinal study)
All the members of HEA-BMAFTeachingExcellence have been recognised and rewarded by their HEI for teaching. The network is supported by the Higher Education Academy Business, Management, Accounting and Finance network. The list is used for meetings, discussions, information regarding small grants, conferences and other events.
The email list is for colleagues within the Academy working on employability to share information.
This list is for those who would like to receive our weekly e-Bulletin and bimonthly e-Newsletter directly.
A list for academic and academic support staff, staff from Professional Bodies, and anyone who involves or interests in health related disciplines and has subscribed to the Health Sciences and Practice Subject Centre mailing list.
The Higher Education Academy wishes to enhance working relationships between the Academy and educational development groups and to improve communication and practice between the educational development communities.
This list exists to promote and foster discussion of the Higher Education Academy and related issues.
This mailing list is intended as a focus for discussion of computer assisted Assessment in both Information and Computer Science disciplines.
A list to support discussions relating to teaching, learning and assessment in databases.
A list supported by HE Academy-Information and Computer Sciences to discuss issues surrounding E-Learning in the Information and Computer Science Disciplines.
A list maintained by the HE Academy Information and Computer Sciences Centre to provide a forum for communication between academics interested in the effective teaching and learning in Ethics and Professional Issues.
A list supported by HE Academy-Information and Computer Sciences to discuss issues surrounding the delivery of HE in FE.
A forum to discuss issues relating to teaching and learning of HCI for UKHE academics.
A discussion list for academics teaching Information Systems
A support list for the teaching and learning of Java.
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A list maintained by the HE Academy Information and Computer Sciences Centre to provide a forum for communication between academics interested in the effective teaching and learning in computer programming.
A list maintained by HE Academy-ICS to discuss matters relating to student retention in the Information and Computer Science Disciplines.
Open list for HE Academy subject centre events and updates to be posted.
Established to facilitate communication of news and events from Centres for Excellence in Learning and Teaching linked to health and related subjects.
This list is for health promotion academics to use to discuss the future of health promotion in the UK, how it is taught, when and where for what purpose
This list is a discussion area for Heads of e-Learning working in HE. The list is primarily for discussion of strategic issues relating to the embedding of e-learning.
This list is for those who wish to share experience of delivering Family learning in a football context
This list is for those involved in education and football who wish to share experiences about working with NEET groups
This list allows all those involved in clinical education, health informatics education, clinical education commissioning and standards setting to exchange ideas and knowledge about embedding informatics teaching into clinical education. It covers all areas of clinical education, including medical, nursing and midwifery, and AHP (Allied Health Professionals), and at both pre and post registration levels.
This is a list of individuals nominated by their institutions to liaise with the Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Network, a Higher Education Academy Subject Centre. The list provides an excellent communication channel for discussion between and with individuals involved in learning and teaching in the HLST subject grouping.
This discussion list is for members of the Health Sciences and Practices Inclusivity Special Interest Group.
To describe, swap knowledge about, and develop teaching and training strategies and practice in the area of (digital) curation, preservation, archival practice and records management.
This Super List is used by Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL to act as a central management point for all lists belonging to the IDEA CETL.
This list will be used to make announcements to interested members of the UK HE sector on Inter-Disciplinary Ethics. Sublist of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Biological Sciences Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Business Ethics Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Aplied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Computing Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sub-list of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Engineering Ethics Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Environment Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sub-List of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Media Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sub-list of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Medical Ethics Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Nanotechnology Ethics Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sublist of ideacetl
This list is for the professional ethics implementation group. Its membership will include academics from HE, employers and other related stakeholders. Sub-list of ideacetl
This List is used by those participating in the Sport Theme Team of the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied CETL. Sub-list of ideacetl
This list is intended to support the research, development and evaluation of projects that use interactive digital TV technology to deliver, support or enhance learning and teaching, including the LSC national pilot and the growing number of local, institutional and community pilots, as well IPTV proects.
IFS exists to provoke debate on the future direction and current challenges affecting the creative industries, to support excellence across interior research & practice, and seeks to embed these into the learning experience of ug's and pg's. It acts as a regional authority on, and advocate for, Interior Design/Interior Architecture education, research, practice and collaboration.
This list provides a forum for the sharing of current practice and discussion around the themes of Internationalisation and Intercultural Education within UK higher education.
This list is used by BMAF (Business, Management, Accountancy & Finance) Network to inform its community about new issues of the journal and updates on its website.
This mailing list is for discussion around the topic of developing, sharing and re-use of open educational resources on information literacy
A mailing list to support a joint initiative with the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and JISC TechDis to create a focus on Inclusive Learning processes in the Learning Technologist community. The group seeks to exploit web2.0 technologies to discover and share the benefits of Inclusive Learning practice with developers and students.
ILT-for-LTS seeks to provide support for teachers and share good practice to develop ILT within leisure, tourism and sport.
Designing a curriculum is an important, challenging and creative aspect of the role of the teacher in higher education. This list has been set up for those with an interest in curriculum design to enable them to share their experience and knowledge, as well as learn from others. It arose out of the Imaginative Curriculum project, which is based on the idea that knowledge that is useful to HE teachers can be developed through a network of people who want to share their learning with other teachers.
To support discussion around the use of IMS specifications and standards to support sharing curriculum content in health, primarily 'virtual patients' and their associated digital repositories.
The list is for academics working in the field of inclusive education / SEN (Special Educational Needs) to share good practice.
For discussion and sharing ideas about learning and teaching activities which do not create barriers for members of disadvantaged or under-represented groups, e.g. groups defined by disability, religion, belief, age, sexual orientation, gender or ethnicity. General and subject-specific.
The list is for educators and educational researchers interested in developing inclusive gifted and talented educational theory and practice.
Forum for those with an interest in intrapreneurship in researcher development.
EduSIG is a Special Interest Group of the International Speech Communication Association. Its purpose is to exchange information on Speech Communication Education and to promote educational innovation. Keywords: speech communication education ISCA EduSIG
The purpose of the list is to allow group communication between the co-ordinators responsible for ITT in post-16 educational organisations in Wales
The list is used by the Jazz Research Network members as a discussion forum, and to announce current JRN news and events.
The list is for members of the editorial board of the Journal of Information Literacy. This is an international peer reviewed and open access title and this list would be used by editorial board members only, most of whom are in UK higher education.
This list will be used to continue the discussion on how JISC can contribute to work in the skills, post-16 and lifelong learning areas. It continues discussion started at the 'beyond education' session at the CETIS conference.
DeL Regional Consultants Mailing List
Collaboration between JISC, and JISC service providers (JISC Digital Media, British Universities Film & Video Council, EDINA) related to the recommendations made by the JISC Film and Sound Think Tank
This list is used by the Working Group and Team of the JISC-CETIS Pedagogical Vocabularies Project for communications, discussion and sharing of resources.
Mailing List for Work Based Learning providers in the Eastern Region, which are supported by JISC RSC Eastern
A mailing list for the dissemination of information to Adult and Community Learning providers in London
To disseminate information to our curriculum practitioners in the London region.
List members will be able to post to the list to ask questions of their counterparts in other RSC-supported HEIs.
This is a discussion and announcement list for members of staff who have a responsibility for delivering HE courses in FE colleges.
A super-list comprised of all other London region contact lists for the purpose of distributing a monthly ebulletin.
This list is used by the JISC RSC Northwest to support the seven supported specialist colleges within the Northwest.
The aim of this group is to promote collaboration between Northwest post-16 technical Practitioners involved/interested in online learning. This may include Network Managers, technicians, ILT Managers and National ILT associations.
This list supports the SFC e-Learning Transformation projects and is owned by JISC. JISC is programme managing these projects on behalf of the Scottish Funding Councils.
Kindles are seen as a new media device in teaching and learning. There is research and pilots of the device (and other like devices) in a number of Universities and Colleges in the UK and overseas. There are a number of issues around the use of the Kindle and how it links with technology, teaching, learning, disability, multimedia, copyright and the use of eContent . This list will raise issues and explore possible solution as well as help keep members up-to-date with information, trends and deployment of Kindles in teaching and learning.
The aim of Technology and Standards Watch is to keep track of developments in information technology and communications that can be expected to have high impact on the core business of Further and Higher Education in the next few years.
The Japan Foundation London has set up an email discussion list for teachers of Japanese and others interested in Japanese Language Education to exchange views on matters of common interest. The list has been created as a forum both for sharing practical classroom tips and information and also for the discussion of more academic issues.
This list is used by HLST Network to inform its community about new issues of the journal and updates on its website.
Discussion, update and information for Key Skills and the NLN materials.
This is used by ILT Champions in Land Based Colleges across the UK to facilitate discussion, dissemination of information and share best practice of ICT/ILT.
A discussion list for those in the HE community interested in the learning and teaching of languages
List for functional skills lecturers in LBCNC member colleges
this list consists of practitioners involved in supporting he students in the development of their academic skills.
LDTalk is a Learning Development student email discussion list for HE study support. Join us to: share learning resources; get to grips with referencing; think critically; write clearly; exchange feedback; develop proofreading skills; bounce ideas; compare notes; build knowledge; discuss good practice; reflect on study experiences; understand expectations; check regulations; give and receive support; learn socially and actively. Email us and tell us what you study and how. What works for you?
This list will be used to discuss the educational and technical aspects of reusable learning objects. Learning objects on this list are defined in the broadest terms though it is anticipated that significant attention will be paid to discrete web-based objects such as images, video clips, self assessment questions, etc.
A list for collaboration, discussion and sharing of practice related to learning spaces in UK Colleges and Universities.
A discussion list for those in the HE community interested in the learning and teaching of linguistics
This forum is open to Learning Technologists in Scottish Further and Higher Educational institutions. The key aim is to allow learning technologists to communicate with and advise each other on the use of any educational technology.
This list will be used by members of the LEIF (Learning Evolution and Innovation Forum) forum. This forum is for learning technologists in Scottish FE colleges.
List for library staff from FE, HE and other sectors interested in library planning & design.
A list for people in all sectors of education who see the whole of learners' lives as an opportunity for learning and personal development. Aims to; 1) the support an interdisciplinary network of educational professionals with an interest in this field 2) to encourage the sharing of practice and ideas 3) to promote discussion about the challenges and opportunities afforded by lifewide education 4) to facilitate the development of new knowledge for better practice
This list is for HE linguists and school teachers who want to introduce linguistics into the UK school curriculum.
Monthly e-bulletin to all those signed up to the Links into Languages mailing list.
List for discussion of the provision of information to those involved in educational research, schools and college library provision,teacher training and the study of education. The list is occasionally closed to the public - if so, and you want to join, please mail one of the list owners.
The list is to share best practice and develop new approaches to training. We teach academic, medical, nursing and health-care students
Living Action Research is a forum for the open discussion, support and exchange of ideas, data for its members working in Action Research Methodology
This email group (and the sublists) will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field.
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. Dyslexia (and Learning Difficulties) (E.g. What support is available? How can organisations/teachers identify LDD learners? How can LDD be addressed by teachers in their daily practice?)
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Embedded LLN ( E.g. What is a Whole Organisational Approach to embedding? How can vocational and LLN specialist teachers work together? What are the issues?)
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustESOL ( E.g. What happened to the New Approach? How are ESOL classes funded? What are the best ways to teach ESOL?) ainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings.
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN.I
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings.
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Developing Models of Delivery ( E.g. How flexible is our provision? What are the possibilities for blended and distance learning? What partnerships are possible between organisations?)
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Numeracy ( E.g. How can organisations boost numeracy capacity? What numeracy resources are available? Is numeracy just maths?)
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Offender Learning ( E.g. How can family learning support prevent re-offending? How can parents in prison be supported? How can prison provision be managed? )
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Teacher Training ( E.g. How can my staff get qualified? How can we train volunteer teachers? How do we build capacity?)
This email group will enable all organisations participating in the LSIS support programme to share ideas and practice, to discuss and debate issues of interest, and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the field. These groups are intended to last beyond the life of the project, and to become a valuable and sustainable forum for all providers involved in LLN. It is hoped that these virtual groups will also provide opportunities for face-to-face meetings. Teaching Functional Skills ( E.g. How do you teach functional skills? How important is testing/ exam practice? What problems do learners have?)
The Forum is for institutions using Blackboard as their Virtual Learning Environment to 'bring high quality expertise from different disciplines to share good practice, develop ideas and address staff training and implementation strategies'.
This list is for people interested in receiving information about the activities of the Literacy Research Centre, Lancaster University, particularly our weekly research seminars and other events that may be of interest.
The purpose of this email list is to create and promote a community focusing on emerging technologies and their innovate use, where examples of good practise and experiences can be shared, and discussed.
A discussion and information network for those staff involved with educational development in HE. This include L&T co-ordinators, staff developers, educational grant holders, LTSN contacts, curriculum developers, learning technologists and individuals who take on such roles without title or recognition.
VLE users group for the Midlands
This list is to facilitate networking and the development and sharing of best practice within the community of learning technologists and staff and academic developers in HEIs within the London M25 area.
MappingWriting.com is a freely available website which is exploring geographical representations in cultural texts -- primarily literary, but not exclusively. The list will assist scholars to communicate about conferences, publications and developments in this area.
The list exists to provide a forum for discussion of educational issues in Materials and related disciplines, and to support those interested in Materials Education by encouraging the sharing of expertise and experience. The list is administered and supported by the UK Centre for Materials Education.
An unmoderated distribution list discussing teaching and learning of post-calculus mathematics.
The purpose of this list is to support the social networking of a group of UK academics developing mathematics study skills resources. New members can only be accepted if they have an institutional email address.
The list provides a forum for sharing of experiences, ideas and resources related to the teaching of maths to students in the chemical sciences.
Bring together postgraduate students in Media, Communication, Film and Cultural Studies to form research, and teaching and learning networks and also ensure peer support.
The list is run by the Women's Media Studies Network which is a subsidiary of the Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association. It fosters collaborative research in HE and hosts seminars and symposia and networking opportunities for women media researchers, teachers, practitioners and professionals. It welcomes postgraduate researchers and helps promote events which will be of interest to all of these constituencies.
This list is used by the MEDAL Making a Difference: Educational Development to Enhance Academic Literacy. It will be initially used to circulate ideas and information between consortium members and will later be used to disseminate good practice, announce publications and events and share ideas more widely.
A list to provide a forum to share experiences and materials in supporting undergraduate students who struggle academically in medicine, dentistry and veterinary medicine in the UK.
This list aims to discuss problems surrounding the assessment of group working in media production, especially where students work collaboratively on projects or artefacts.
a list devoted to issues concerning the experience of PhD students in communication, culture and media studies in the UK. Topics discussed will concern: publications and career opportunities and issues teaching and research as a PhD student in ccm departments/degrees social aspects of the PhD experience (issues of gender, race, age, family etc) philosophical and academic issues related to the PhD experience and status
The medsoc-uk mailing list forms the central discussion platform for UK academics teaching social and behavioural sciences to doctors, nurses and PAMs in training in HE/FE institutions. Its mission is to improve medical and health professional education.
This group is used to announce events that may be of interest to members involved in the use of digital media in teaching. It will also be used to stimulate discussion of the use of digital media, and be the main communication tool for the MEL SIG (Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group).
A discussion list for the Methods North West consortium team.
This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions. It complements, and feeds in to, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy.
This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions in the West Midlands Region. It complements, and feeds into, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy Sub-List of MHHE
The MIDAS-list is used for discussions between members of the MIDAS network on issues related to the form and content of practice-based doctoral studies in music.
A forum for discussion on midwifery, reproductive and women's health education. Supported by the ICM Education Standing Committee. It aims to create a international network of educators who are eager to share information and materials, discuss concerns and and offer advice.
This list is used by Mimas staff to make announcements related to Mimas services and projects to members of UK further and higher education.
This list focuses on the pedagogy and use of mobile learning techniques, innovations and resources, particularly in the UK HE and FE sectors, but also in commercial or corporate fields. This includes the use of handheld devices like smartphones, tablets, and games consoles for learning, and for the development of educational apps or mobile resources. The list explores the implications for teaching and learning as mediated by mobile devices, and for adapting existing resources and practice to a culture with the widespread availability of mobile devices and connectivity.
A list to discuss the implementation and use of the open source Moodle VLE in Higher Education in the UK, including integration with other insitituional systems
A national list for Moodle users to ask questions, share ideas and experiences relating to the technical aspects of the installing, the maintaining and the administration of Moodle.
A national list for UK Moodle users to ask questions, and share ideas and experiences related to the use of Moodle to support teaching & learning. Discussions that promote ideas, activities and suggestions connected with using Moodle to add value to the learner experience are strongly encouraged. There are now 600+ subscribers on this popular list, with a large userbase and an increasing interest in Moodle there is bound to be a large amount of traffic. To switch to getting just one or two emails a day summarising these messages I would highly recommend using the DIGEST function. Please login at JISCMAIL.ac.uk then select Subsribers corner > click on Settings next to Moodle-UK > then select Subscription type as Digest If you use the list to share event, training or possible employment opportunities please do so in a subtle, concise and appropriate way. This can often be best achieved with a brief description and a short link. The advertising of commercial services is strictly prohibited. If in doubt please contact the List Owner - please see: (1) http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/acceptableuse.html#4 (2) http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/etiquette.html Happy Moodling! Jim Judges JISCMail Moodle-UK List Manager
This list is to be used by RSC Wales, and list members, to discuss arrangements related to Wales Moodle Users Steering Group activities.
This list is for staff leading and contributing to programmes and courses for staff new to teaching in HE. It provides a forum for discussing the issues encountered in leading such programmes and enhancing academic practice. It also provides opportunities to share good practice and experiences.
To share experience, notify of events/training opportunities, post questions, encourage networking locally and regionally, share good practice, request information, and facilitate research. The group is aimed at all those interested in the broad access and learning agenda across museums, libraries and archives (of all types) in North East England.
The list is intended for discussion and dissemination of ideas, resources, information and events for the community of staff developers in Scottish Higher Education supporting the use of C&IT in learning and teaching.
NIC is a listserv for members and affiliates of the Narrative Inquiry research centre in the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol. All NIC members and affiliates are committed to the development of narrative and other arts-based forms of Human inquiry.
This is a closed list for the use of the Northumberland Lifelong-Learning Partnership Research and Evaluation Working Group. The group is tasked with collection and analysis of data on current and future levels of provision and the effectiveness of that provision.
This list is to provide NLP ideas and working practices in learning, teaching and management
This, it is hoped will allow the free exchange of information on how NLP is use and promote good practice of its use in Higher Education.
This list is to provide an electronic discussion forum for students and staff on the University of Nottingham's Masters in Public Administration and Masters in Public Policy programmes on issues relating to public administration, public management and public policy. The list will also include Staff/Practitioners/Policy-makers from other institutions
This is a list for National Science and Engineering Week event organisers to communicate with one another and share best practice. Organisers work at universities, research institutions, learned societies, trusts, schools, colleges, science clubs, community centres, science centres, museums, outreach companies, science and engineering-based industry or are individuals, all with an interest in creating events to inspire and engage adults and children with science and engineering based ideas. Join the list to learn more about National Science and Engineering Week!
This list has been set up to help coordinate numeracy professional development across the South East
This list is used by the National Union of Students Mature and Part-time campaign to share information, campaigns materials and best practice in support for mature and part-time students by students' unions.
For people who are interested in Adult Basic Education, literacy and numeracy and ESOL (under the government Skills for Life Strategy) within the North West research and teaching community, to keep informed of research developments that will inform good practice.
Occ-health is a list open to everyone with an interest in teaching, learning and research in occupational health and safety. As it is a publicly funded list, recruitment using the list is not possible (this includes agencies and employers). Key words: occupational health, employment, health & safety
All members of this list are active in OER practice and/or research. They form the planning committee for the OER13 conference (March 2013), co-chaired by Jackie Carter and Chris Pegler
Hello and welcome to the OER for Educational Development network! This forum is for anyone interested in creating or using open education resources in educational development in higher education.
This list is for members of the Offender Learning and Skills Service (OLASS) Group. The main purpose of the list is to share best practices, information and ideas, discuss issues and problems of common concern.
This list is used by those attending the one-day workshop on EBP 22nd June 2005.
This list focuses on sharing understanding of the influence of Open Resource use in higher education (HE), but also is interested in sharing, reuse and remixing of open content and practice across education more broadly. The emphasis here is particularly on identifying, sharing, exploring and comparing examples of OER research and findings from these. However, although the primary interest of this list is in open resource or open practice activity, research which has a broader remit which informs open resource research is also welcome, for example research into reuse of learning objects. Initial list membership was derived from the ORIOLE project but new members are also welcome. This list is also being used during Open Ed 2012 as a way of engaging with the Remixathon of the original ORIOLE survey (2011). However you came to this list we hope that we can share interests and inform future research. If you are not already a member of the more general OER-Discuss list it is suggested that you join that too.
This list is for discussion related to the activities of PALATINE, the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Dance, Drama and Music. PALATINE aims to support and enhance learning and teaching in dance, drama music,performance and theatre studies in higher education through the discussion and sharing of ideas and practice.
A special interest group of the Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) for the discussion and promotion of rhetoric in teaching and learning.
This list is to support and develop the teaching of pathology in medical schools.
A mailing list for the discussion of Problem Based Learning within HE/FE establishments.
This list is used by coordinators of Personal Development Planning (PDP) projects in Higher Education institutions to facilitate communication and information dissemination.
Discussion and support list for PDP UK Network members.
To discuss issues relating to the PebblePad ePortfolio system.
The e-group and discussion list for public learning and CPD for multi-disciplinary public health practice development across Devon & Cornwall <HTML> The e-group and discussion list for public learning and CPD for multi-disciplinary public health practice development across Devon & Cornwall </HTML>
The perception-practitioners list is for discussion of any issues relating to rolling out an assessment system based on Question Mark Perception.
This list has been set up by the Academy in response to interest from personal tutors who attended the first conference on Personal Tutoring at the University of Westminster, in May 2005. The list aims to facilitate discussion about the role of personal tutoring and to identify examples of good practice, research and resources.
Discussion list for the ancient philosophy as Lifelong Learning concept
This list welcomes all involved in learning and teaching in disciplines relevant to public health.
A UK Physical Sciences Centre discussion list, for educational issues within the Physics Higher Education community. It will also carry announcements of events, publications and other items of interest. Sublist of physsci-education.
This list is primarily set up for teachers of the physical sciences UK in higher education. The physical sciences covered include chemistry, physics, astronomy and forensic science. The list is intended to be used for discussion of all topics relating to the teaching of the physical sciences.
Networking list for new lecturers in physical sciences. This list is retained 17/05/13. Subscribers cannot post messages, new subscribers cannot be added, but the archives are retained for reference purposes
A discussion group for consumer participation in education and practice
This list will assist placement and employability staff in HE and FE institutions to seek advice and guidance and to share good practice with colleagues in the field of work-based learning.
Support,discussion, debate and networking for those involved in post 16 provision of Media and Film Studies. Encouraging the development of widening participation initiatives in FE/HE and sharing of teaching and learning strategies.
This practitioner-researcher e-forum is to establish and evolve interconnecting and branching networks of web-based communications to support practitioner-research.
A Mailing List for the FDTL5 PREPOL Project.
Membership of the network is open to programme leaders, supervisors, tutors, and policy makers. It is concerned with all aspects of the philosophy, design, development, delivery and marketing of professional, practice-based, and industrial doctorates in any discipline.
This list is used by the programme leaders and course teams involved in delivering Higher Education Academy accredited programmes in teaching and supporting learning in UK higher education.
This list is used by members of the Hants and Isle of Wight Lifelong Learning Network. It is used to share ideas and good practice and update partners on network developments
To coordinate the higher education community training and public service interpreters and translators and encourage stakeholders to participate and share issues and information.
A special interest group of the Network of P-VCs in Teaching & Learning supported by the higher Education Academy. This has a sublist of ACADEMY-PVC-NETWORK.
Facility for news, discussion and record of proceedings of the Quality Strategy Network for HE in the UK.
RESEARCH into QUALITY in all aspects of HIGHER EDUCATION, including: Teaching and Learning; Research; Knowledge Exchange and Engagement
This list provides a discussion forum for students and staff involved in the BSc Radiotherapy Programme at the University of Liverpool.
REAP aims to transform thinking about, and practices of, assessment in higher education.
Welcome to this multi- and inter-disciplinary discussion group, the aim of which is to exchange ideas and information related to reflective practice.
Discussion List of Forced Migration and Refugee Studies
The Refugees into Teaching list will allow partner agencies and refugee teachers to discuss issues about getting refugee teachers into teaching and providing support through the qualification process. More information is provided on the project website: www.refugeesintoteaching.org.uk
A discussion and announcement forum for elected Committee members of Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) (RGS-IBG)Research Groups, maintained by the Research and Higher Education Division of the RGS-IBG.
The list is for discussion of matters relevant to the Special Interest Group for Research into Teaching of the British Psychological Society's Division of Teachers & Researchers in Psychology. Participation is not limited to psychologists or to strictly psychological teaching.
This list will help to support the JISC Relationship Management Programme projects and also aims to inform those who are not part of the Programme, but who wish to try similar approaches in their own institutions.
This list is used by its members to share information and ideas about teaching aspects of Roman art at university level.
Network for those with an interest in Moodle VLE in the North East region
To discuss the development of SL as a tool for education, within supported learning providers of RSC Northern.
JISC RSC Scotland mail list for disseminating information to learning resource staff in academic libraries in Scotland.
This list is intended for staff championing the effective use of technology enhanced learning in FE & HE institutions in Scotland and is supported and moderated by the JISC RSC Scotland. The list is intended to support learning and the professional development of members through the sharing of experience and practice in a Scottish context. Discussions that promote ideas, activities and suggestions connected with using technology to add value to the learner experience are strongly encouraged.
The group is intended for any staff development coordinators or managers in FE or ACL in the South East region. Good practice and ideas for Staff Inductions will be shared through the list.
This list is used by managers and staff working in Higher Education in Further Education and small Higher Education Institutes in the Yorkshire and Humber region as a focal point to discuss issues relating to technology in these sectors.
SATEFL is the Scottish Association promoting the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language through training events and networking.
This list is to aid discussion between members of the Standing Conference on Academic Practice and is only open to members of the Standing Conference.
This list is used by the ILT Champions from Independent Specialist Colleges and Partners to share advice, information and best practice to further develop use of information and learning technology in specialist education. Subscribers to this list will also receive messages posted to www.jiscmail.ac.uk/Techdis-news
The Modern Languages Group is a discussion area for Heads of Department and others with responsibility for teaching and learning in Modern Languages across the Solent College Partnership
This list is open to Blackboard users in further and higher education institutions, especially those from Scotland and Northern Ireland.
This list is for all flexible learning centre managers in Scotland's 47 FE Colleges and the agencies who support them. Sublist of RSC-SCOTLAND-NEWSFEED
This mailing list is for Staff Development Officers in Scotland's Colleges and the agencies who support them. Sublist of RSC-SCOTLAND-NEWSFEED
A group for those with responsibility for managing the technical side of the College's JISC connection and the internal ICT College network. Sublist of RSC-SCOTLAND-NEWSFEED
This list is open to membership to all UK academics with an interest in teaching research methods to undergraduate students, in supervising undergraduate business research, or in any other aspect of supporting, resourcing, managing or evaluating undergraduate business research projects.
List of institutional, individual and honorary members of SCUTREA (Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults)
This list will facilitate communications for members of the South East Peer Review Development Group for Specialist Colleges.
To support and provide a network for people delivering higher education in the FE sector.
List for members of SEEC (Southern England Consortium) APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning) network to discuss issues of principle & practice related to the development & implementation of APEL in a CATS environment & to enable them to follow them up.
This list is for those interested in the use of credit to help structure, support and recognise student learning at HE level. It is managed on behalf of SEEC (see www.seec.org.uk) but open to anyone with an interest in credit and its use.
This is the collaborative Network for the MKOB and Berkshire Regions in the South East. These meetings run every term for all post 16 establishments in the MKOB and Berkshire Region. Sub-list of rsc-se-superlist
South East Learning Network list for Surrey and Sussex, enabling networking in the post-16 sector for organisations in these 2 counties. Sub-list of rsc-se-superlist
The list will be used by SE Open College Network to communicate developments/ useful information in the Basic/Essential skills area. The list will also be a communication tool for us, our members and BES contacts.
A forum for the exchange of ideas, resources and activities relating to the support and development of social enterprise. A multi-disciplinary network to support the fostering of enterprise through education, community projects and partnerships.
This list is used by the Senior Fellows of the HEA to discuss key issues and arrange joint events.
This list provides an announcement and communication channel for practitioners providing mathematics and statistics support to students in higher education. This includes staff working in mathematics support centres (or similar), and anyone with an interest in student-centred teaching and learning in mathematics and statistics.
This list is used by the simulation in radiography group to keep in touch, share resources, provide support, propose research and disseminate findings.
All Staff at the Science Learning Centre South East
A group for teachers of Specific Learning Difficulties and Disabilities(SLDD) in Sixth Form Colleges to encourage dissemination of good practice and to give effective support.
The list aims to foster a debate on small business growth management issues, such as: decision making, modelling/simulation, Accounting & System Dynamics models as learning/planning tools to cope with strategic change; start-up processes; knowledge elicitation; Interactive Learning Environments
To assist in the promotion of innovation in learning, teaching and assessment in social policy. To collate and disseminate information on good practice. To increase awareness of developments in learning and teaching. To share information on pedagogical approaches. To exchange ideas on learning technologies. To inform the community regarding relevant events.
To assist in the promotion of innovation in learning, teaching and assessment in social work. To collate and disseminate information on good practice. To increase awareness of developments in learning and teaching. To share information on pedagogical approaches. To exchange ideas on learning technologies. To inform the community regarding relevant events.
To promote discussion between students and staff on supporting HE and FE students in Scotland engaged in quality assurance systems.
The SpLD forum aims to facilitate discussion about Specific Learning Difficulties including (but not limited to) Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome. It will be of most interest to practitioners and researchers working with adult students/clients.
The SSI-network will focus on socio-scientific issues as a challenge for science education for all. More specifically the common area of interest will be recent and current thinking on the epistemology of science and recent developments in science. Through discussion, a theoretical perspective on how this thinking impacts on society and environment will be elaborated and, thus, how it should impact on learning and teaching of science at all levels.
The SSMA mailing list is used to enable discussion among all branches of archaeology in Scotland to improve the uses of archaeological collections in Scottish museums for research, teaching and display.
This list is a discussion list for new and early career lecturers in dance, drama and music and other performing and creative arts disciplines. The aim of the list is to provide a forum for the sharing, discussion and dissemination of ideas, issues, concerns and questions related to enhancing learning and teaching in practice- and studio-based disciplines.
The National Higher Education Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (HE STEM) programme aims to improve outreach and widening participation across the sector. This STEM-Outreach-SW network is particularly for practitioners in the South West of England who work in the education sector (primary, secondary and tertiary) and who share a common interest in outreach and widening participation. There is a particular focus on sharing practice to help raise the profile and quality of outreach and widening participation activities.
This group provides an announcement and communication channel for practitioners from the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines who are undertaking, or seeking to undertake, discipline based pedagogic research in higher education.
This list provides a forum for discussion of student-led activity. Student-led activity is voluntary, extra-curricular activity started up and run by a group of students.
A list for students' associations joining Europlat as associate partners.
A list for those concerned with the supervision of researchers and research students and those involved in supervisor development.
This list is used by the Standing Conference on Teacher Education North South to facilitate dialogue around Education for Citizenship
This list is used by leaders and managers in the learning & skills sector in Surrey to share issues around CPD needs and effective practice
This list is for tutors and trainers on the Surrey CPD programme for Skills for Life practitioners in the Learning & Skills sector in Surrey to enable them to share good practice
Following on from the Education for Sustainable Development: Graduates as Global Citizens conference, this list is a forum for the continuation of debate and dialogue. It is an interdisciplinary online forum for contributions on sustainable development and global citizenship issues in HE.
This list helps to facilitate communication and collaboration between FE and HE institutions in the South West region of the UK. The focus of the group is e-learning.
The social-work-ltsn-elearning mailing list is used for the discussion of building capacity in e-learning.
This list belongs to the Transitions in Adult Education Research Network and provides a forum to discuss, share and build knowledge about adult education, and consider the implications of research in this field for policy and practice.
Description: This list is used by teacher researchers and practitioner researchers interested in teacher research, to share ideas, create new knowledge and celebrate systematic and rigorous enquiry.
Teacherworld invites PGCE students to engage in discussion to promote their professional development and share expertise on selected issues.
This list is for discussion of approaches to incorporating human rights issues into both professional training e.g. law, medicine, teacher training & business education & other academic disciplines. We welcome the sharing of personal experience of such teaching, & discussion of relevant resources.
A forum for academics interested in using the Internet to support independent, open, distance or flexible learning.
This list is relevant to all those who teach politics courses in Higher Education. Its purpose is to discuss any issues around the teaching and learning of politics.
This list is for those concerned with the initial teaching of statistics in all phases of education. It will relate to the objectives of the journal Teaching Statistics and the associated Trust, and will also enable discussion of how to make teaching and learning statistics more effective.
Forum for discussing issues related to cooperative learning and sharing materials. Cooperative learning is a teaching strategy in which small, diverse groups of learners use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject. Each group member is responsible not only for learning what is taught but also for helping each other learn, thus creating an atmosphere of achievement. Learners work through a task until all group members successfully understand and complete it. The philosophy behind cooperative learning is to ensure that learners, when working in groups, have equal participation and are individually accountable for their own learning.
This List is to communicate the latest news and information from JISC TechDis. This is a super-list, all messages posted to this list will be sent to R2R-REPS, XERTEFORTEACHERS, ACCESSIBLE-ASSESSMENT, ALT-MEMBERS, ATINHE, JISCTECHDIS-ATS, Tech-dis, SCILT-CHAMPIONS, IN-FOLIO-TECHNICAL, in-folio-users, in-folio-technical, OATS-SIG & JA-ISC-PEERS
For researchers associated with the (ESRC/EPSRC) TEL Programme to share findings, funding opportunities, vacancies, resources and general support to those working in the interdisciplinary TEL field.
Following an inaugural international conference the delegates agreed to keep in touch, provide support and share ideas in research, education and practice.
This list, with its specialist topic lists, provides educational research communities with updating and alert services on research capacity building activities.
This list is to be used by staff in higher education institutions across the UK, to share good practice and experiences in the area of teaching, learning and quality enhancement in transnational education. It is envisaged that the list will play a critical part in developing a Community of Practice, where resources and experiences will be shared and members will be able to ask questions and seek /provide feedback to the 'community'.
This discussion group for Leads of Regional Teaching Public Health Networks is being set up to facilitate sharing of information across geographical areas and also to liaise with the DoH funding body.
This list is used by professionals involved in training and development activities within HRD (Human Resource Development) to share resources, give support and conduct research into pertinent issues.
Automated mails will be sent to users when a gadget is updated so that they can re-download the relevant gadget to obtain the updates
TRILT-talk is for the discussion of UK television and radio and their impact on and use in education, with particular reference to the BUFVC's Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching.
A discussion forum for those delivering and supporting Turnitin services that will enable participants to highlight issues, get an indication of how widespread any issues are, and provide support to each other.
A place for the users of the Txttools system to discuss ways in which they are using the system. An opportunity to share good practice across the UK HE and FE sector on the use of text messaging to support the student learning experience.
A news list supporting researchers in higher education, business, third sector and all levels of government. The UK Data Service provides free access to a huge catalogue of economic and social data, including UK census data from 1971-2011. See our website at http://ukdataservice.ac.uk
This list is intended to raise current awareness of the UKeduPerson schema (widely-used person attributes in higher education) and other related international projects. This list is retained 29/05/13. Subscribers cannot post messages, new subscribers cannot be added, but the archives are retained for reference purposes
This list is used by the Higher Education Academy to make announcements to projects currently undertaking work as part of the OER Phase 3 Commissioned Embedding Projects #Strand.
The VCSP-Wales list is for Welsh organisations participating in the UK Videoconferencing Services Project for Schools.
The video mailing list is for the discussion of the delivery, integration and use, of video content in education primarily via the JANET network. It is aimed at all of those interested in using videoconferencing and video streaming in online teaching and learning.
This list is for discussion of virtual patients including definitions, examples of good practice, technical implementation and interoperability.
There is a lot of interest in the use of virtual worlds for teaching and learning. This list is to encourage discussion of developments in the use of virtual worlds in education.
An open list discussing the development and use of VLEs in every sector of education in the UK
List for developers of vles in west midlands FE.
For the development of controlled vocabularies, thesauri & classification schemes in UK HE staff development, and teaching and learning. To promote cooperation between those developingsuch tools for searching and browsing their web-based resources. Anyone with an interest may join.
The Campaign for Voluntary Sector Archives (CVSA) raises awareness of the importance of voluntary sector archives as strategic assets for governance, corporate identity, accountability and research. Archives are also important as part of the sector's wider public benefit responsibility. We encourage all charities, voluntary organisations, trusts and foundations to take responsibility for their archives by providing for their management, preservation, use and promotion. The Campaign brings together researchers, custodians, creators of records and others to share expertise and resources. We welcome the involvement of a broader range of stakeholders. <HTML> The Campaign for Voluntary Sector Archives (CVSA) raises awareness of the importance of voluntary sector archives as strategic assets for governance, corporate identity, accountability and research. Archives are also important as part of the sector's wider public benefit responsibility. We encourage all charities, voluntary organisations, trusts and foundations to take responsibility for their archives by providing for their management, preservation, use and promotion. The Campaign brings together researchers, custodians, creators of records and others to share expertise and resources. We welcome the involvement of a broader range of stakeholders. </HTML>
This list will be used for discussion, peer-support and dissemination of information by users of learning technology in the post-16 sector in Wales.
This mail list has a focus on work based and work related learning in Aimhigher. This mail group hopes address the needs of learners on work related and work based learning programmes in response to the Aimhigher Planning Guidance.
This list is used by the RSC Wales to make announcements to the WBL sector in Wales about related e-learning developments and initiatives, publications, and projects.
WebPA is an open source online peer assessment tool that enables every team member to recognise individual contributions to group work. This list is for users or developers who wish to join the WebPA community.
The list will be used by educational developers in Welsh HEIs who support academic development.
A discussion list for law teachers with an interest in learning and teaching issues that affect increasing the participation of women in law.
List for WISERD Advisory Board Members
List for the Executive management group of WISERD
List for WISERD Researchers
Forum for Work Based Learning Providers across London regarding the new LLUK requirements for Initial Teacher Training. The Forum is jointly managed by The Westminster Partnership Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training (CETT) (University of Westminster) and LONCETT (Institute of Education)
This group is for those keen to explore the full potential of the content management / blogging platform Wordpress in educational and research contexts
This list will allow members of the Yorkshire and Humber East Lifelong Learning Network partner organisations to discuss all matters relating to working with business, including sharing market intelligence, requests for partnering, tender and funding information and sharing best practice. This list has been retained - 29/04/2013
A network for university staff who employ students to work on projects of strategic institutional importance, e.g. student ambassadors who organise widening participation and recruitment activities, peer assisted learning advisors who coordinate additional academic support, students who work as interns and researchers for their university, etc. This network is to share good practice, ideas and practical support and to promote events for professionals and students involved in this type of activity.
This list will be used by the Alliance to facilitate communication between members of the network and encourage discussion on themes related to work integrated learning.
A discussion list for project staff in HE and FE involved and interested in widening participation in higher education in the South West region. The list is managed by HERDA-SW and the WP-SW Project Manager.
This list is for communication relating to the Great Writers Inspire - an OER project based at the University of Oxford. The list is open to anyone with an interest in the project, the themes of the project, OER in general or any topic relating to Great Writers and inspiration through literature. # The project is creating and assembling a substantial new body of open content with a literary theme to be released through a new online web portal. The materials will be grouped around a set of specific writers and thematic collections, curated by subject specialists and steered and evaluated by the demands of the subject community. There will be a concentration on textual materials with embedded illustrative audio and video together with new publishing methods that include a substantial set of material released as ebooks for mobile devices.
The wvn-users mailing list is used for discussion related to the use of Video Conferencing studios and other video conferencing facilities in all Further Education and Higher Education Institutions throughout Wales. See http://www.wvn.ac.uk
Announcements for World Wide Web of Humanities project, a Transatlantic Digitisation grant funded jointly by JISC and NEH.
This list is to facilitate a coherent and combined approach to mentoring within Aimhigher in West Yorkshire
A list initiated by JISC TechDis to facilitate and support a national community of teachers making use of Xerte Online Toolkits. This list aims to complement the existing technical list run by the University of Nottingham. Subscribers to this list will also receive messages posted to www.jiscmail.ac.uk/Techdis-news
Sharepoint is increasingly being considered as a tool to use in Education. This list is for Yorkshire and Humberside Learning Providers to discuss issues
This list is used by teachers of Computing and ICT in sixth form colleges in the Yorkshire and Huberside region to collaborate on teaching and learning ideas.
To support a specific project Young People into Education within Aim Higher. Sub list of YPHE-Superlist
A network for people that work with young people in a museum or gallery setting.