Photograph of the three authors when presenting this at the ANTF 2024 Symposium
Annual NTF Symposia, National Teaching Fellows

Raising the profile of professional service staff with teaching and learning responsibilities as potential NTFS applicants

Dr Steve Briggs, University of Bedfordshire; Professor Sally Everett, Kings College London; Karen Hustler, Advance HE; and, Professor Debbie Holley, Bournemouth University  NTFS applicant underrepresentation   Advance HE is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in the NTFS (National Teaching Fellowship Scheme) and CATE (Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence) awards. As such equal opportunities monitoring… Continue reading Raising the profile of professional service staff with teaching and learning responsibilities as potential NTFS applicants

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Call for participants

Exploring Academic Identity in Higher Education: Education-Focused Academic Identity, call for participants

Jennifer Taylorson, Associate Lecturer, International Education Institute, St Andrews  Having facilitated a workshop on ‘Understanding Educator Identity in the Higher Education Sector using the Social Identity Approach’ at the Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship Conference earlier this week in which I shared findings from my research to date, I extend a call for participants… Continue reading Exploring Academic Identity in Higher Education: Education-Focused Academic Identity, call for participants

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Annual NTF Symposia

Evidencing effectiveness and impact in graduate ability – an employer perspective

Dr David Gordon, De Montfort University, Leicester  This presentation at the ANTF2024 symposium featured the output of an action research project into how organisations view the employability value of university teaching, and particularly assessments. The study considered a spectrum of variables associated with graduate employability; a focus on course content, learning and assessments, experiences that… Continue reading Evidencing effectiveness and impact in graduate ability – an employer perspective