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When you are awarded a National Teaching Fellowship you automatically become a member of the Association of National Teaching Fellows (ANTFs). Some NTFs are happy to be silent members but others use their membership to provide a greater impact through being part of a collective group.

As an NTF you are welcome to get involved with the Association and the work that we do. You could contribute to this blog or join / form an ‘Interest Group’, alongside a host of other activities:

  • Network and collaborate with around 600 NTFs in the UK
  • Participate or help organise the Annual ANTF Symposium
  • Form / participate in an ‘Interest Group‘ around a special topic, area of expertise or research.
  • Contribute an article to this blog or share videos and photographs (under a Creative Commons license for which you have full permissions) to boost the promotion of UK NTFs on the internet.
  • Participate or help organise NTF roadshow events or workshops
  • Share / follow news and event information via this blog and our Twitter network

Our diverse and vibrant community!

As our 2014 survey of ANTF members demonstrates, we are a diverse group of those working in education or retired, those who have moved outside of education, and those involved in teaching, HE management and a wide range of university specialist services. As an Association we welcome EVERYONE.

Commonly asked question – how to update your HEA NTF profile?

You can submit an updated profile (up to 350 words) by emailing the HEA directly via the NTF support email address:

ntfssupport ‘at’ heacademy.ac.uk

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2 thoughts on “Get Involved

  1. I retired from the University of Warwick on 31 March 2020.

    I am now a volunteer teaching assistant in schools in my home city of Edinburgh where significant numbers of pupils live in poverty.

    My new e-mail address is:
    peter.corvi56@gmail.com.

    Can you update my e-mail address on the ANTF database, please?

    Thank you, and best wishes.

    Peter Corvi

    • Hi Peter – great to hear from you, and sorry for the very slow response! Please can you email Caroline Coles, c.coles1@aston.ac.uk, to let her know about your change of email address, and she’ll send you the info on how to get the JISC mail database updated. Sorry not to be able to help myself – I’m new to the committee and still finding my feet, but picking up some of our communications work – hence popping up here!
      Thanks,
      Julie (Hulme)

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