Understanding and Addressing Global Challenges: EFI’s First Elective Course

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post from the Bulletin staff magazine, Charlotte Davidson writes about the Edinburgh Future’s Institute’s (EFI) first undergraduate elective option for students; Understanding and addressing global challenges that began this September and focuses on different ways to understand the challenges that the world is facing because of the ongoing …

Diverse and Inclusive Curricula: Where, When and How?

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, the authors reflect on their experience of running a 60 minute online workshop on diversity and inclusion in the curriculum with a focus on translating issues of diversity and inclusion into a Science & Engineering setting… Diverse and Inclusive Curricula: Where, When and How? Aug 27, 2020

Pedagogy and Technology from a Postdigital Perspective

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this post, Deputy Programme Director of the MSc in Clinical Education and part-time tutor on the MSc in Digital Education Tim Fawns describes a postdigital view of pedagogy and technology in which technology and digital “things” are seen as always connected to the settings, people and practices in which …

Critical Approaches to the Hidden Curriculum with Hybrid Learning in Music

Reading Time: < 1 minute This site created by the Reid School of Music (ECA), shares teaching and learning practice around the experiences of creating and running a Level 7 (UG) hybrid course on the Fundamentals of Music Theory and is a mixure of slides and video content.  Critical Approaches to the Hidden Curriculum with …

Consumer Protection & Hybrid Teaching

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this post, Tracy Slaven Deputy Secretary for Strategic Planning Governance outlines a framwork for hybrid teaching in the context of consumer protection leglislation and students’ rights. What’s consumer protection legislation got to do with Higher Education? Putting to one side a basic resistance to the assertion that education is …