We at QMUL have recently developed our website to complement the ADEPT (Academic Development, Education & the Promotion of Teaching) programme – it includes a blog, with posts contributed by team members, but also case studies, videos and other features. See http://adept.qmul.ac.uk/ for details.
We are in the processing of rethinking our staff development offer and extending our online information and resources, to complement our face to face provision.
My staff development coordinator is currently designing a blog for us but would like to see how other universities are promoting staff development or making it available online. We have inhouse examples but has anyone got examples of a particularly attractive, well-used, helpful site or blog (or other??) that they would not mind sharing?
Thanks so much and all best
Dr Alison James
Associate Dean Learning & Teaching
London College of Fashion
National Teaching Fellow 2014
Principal Fellow Higher Education Academy
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