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EPALE, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

EPALE, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe Inspired by conversations with international delegates at the July 2019 FACE annual conference I just thought I would share information on EPALE, another organisation of which I am a member, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe (that includes the United Kingdom). EPALE is an […]

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Understanding school and college-based influencers on student choices

Understanding school and college-based influencers on student choices When discussing access and participation, one of the most frequent laments is that careers staff and teachers in schools and colleges don’t know enough about higher education, yet they are a prime group to reach in order to get across messages about the sector and its benefits.

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Early career academic staff, social mobility and the student experience

Early career academic staff, social mobility and the student experience Recently, at one of the universities I work at, The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, I stimulated an online discussion with 30 early career academic staff (Assistant Professors and Research Fellows) who are taking a course in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

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FACE 26th Annual Conference 2019 – Thoughts and Reflections!

FACE 26th Annual Conference 2019 – Thoughts and Reflections! Many congratulations and a big thank you to all delegates who participated in and contributed so much to this year’s highly successful 26th annual FACE conference which took place last week from the 3rd to the 5th July. Hosted so fantastically by Sheffield Hallam University the conference attracted delegates

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