We run a number of conferences and networking opportunities throughout the year aimed to bring together practitioners at various levels in their career path to discuss innovation and best practice in teaching and learning in higher education.
Our flagship Annual Conference covers all discpline areas and a range of strategic priorities within higher education. We also run a number of smaller conferences aimed at the STEM, Health and Social Care and Surveys communities.
Strategic networks have been set up that bring together senior leaders, Deans and practictioners to discuss hard hitting priorities and share practice with peers.
Higher Education Academy Conferences
The Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2018 will position the spotlight firmly on teaching in a global context, in particular how we can learn from global communities to ensure the best student experience for all and the ongoing development and professionalisation of the HE teaching community.
The two-day conference features a mix of peer-led workshops, presentations and respected keynotes for each of the individual STEM disciplines, as well as opportunities for learning from cross-disciplinary practice.
The Higher Education Academy Surveys conference showcases how surveys are making a difference and facilitates the sharing of innovative practice between professionals across the sector, both in measuring but also addressing the key issues affecting the student experience.
The leading international conference for networking in healthcare education returns to the beautiful university city of Cambridge for its 29th year. The 2018 NET Conference is an ideal opportunity to share research, innovation and the latest ideas in healthcare with colleagues from all across the world.
"It is always a great opportunity to share ideas and experiences with like-minded people.”
EXPERT GROUPS, NETWORKS AND COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
These groups, networks and communities bring together expertise from across the sector to develop and support practice, showcase and drive innovation and address sector challenges through collaboration. We support their activities through providing facilitation events and services, both online and offline. Find out more about the support we provides:
Communities of Practice
- Flexible Learning Community of Practice
- Assessment and Feedback Expert Group and Community of Practice
- Employability Expert Group and Community of Practice
- Access, retention, attainment and progression Community of Practice
- The PVC Network and its strategic working groups eg. TEF, Learning Gain and External Examining
- Discipline Specific Deans’ Networks
- Regional Principal Fellowship Networks
The Higher Education Academy runs a number of online events for practitioners at all levels to be a part of. These bring together individuals that face similar challenges and allow them to explore these in greater detail.
The Higher Education Academy run a number of webinars throughout the year focused around research, common challenges and sector trends. The webinars are run by sector specialists and provide a platform for professional development virtually.
Join us every month for our virtual reading groups in which we explore a different article from the virtual issue of Teaching in Higher Education.
Our regular, popular Twitter chats take place at specified times and usually relate to a particular theme or topic using #HEAchat as a way to connect tweets. These chats are a great way to hear ideas or approaches that may be new to you.
Writing Retreats are designed to support Fellowship applicants with submissions to become HEA Senior or Principal Fellows through expert guidance, analysis and feedback. Click on the category of Fellowship you are aiming for below to view the Writing Retreats which are currently open.
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Higher Education Academy symposia are a collection of workshops centred around professional practice in relation to discipline-specific needs or sector themes. They provide a platform for networking and sharing best practice with those who have a similar interest or face the same challenges as you do.