Join us in our virtual journal reading group where each session we will explore a different article from an open source journal on higher education. Book online to receive the link to the virtual reading group.
This month we will be focusing on the article: Slaughter, J., Harrison, T. and Wyatt, P. (2016) 'How Does Post-16 Education Affect Expectations of Higher Education and Subsequent Attainment Within A Science Faculty? ' Enhancing Student Learning through Innovative Scholarship Conference, July 2015, Durham, UK, Special Issue June 2016, pp. 66-88.
The article can be downloaded free of charge from: http://community.dur.ac.uk/pestlhe.learning/index.php/pestlhe/article/view/113
Who should attend?
These virtual reading groups are designed for anyone with an interest in improving their teaching practice and learning about cutting-edge initiatives in teaching and learning.
Who is delivering the event
The session will be led by an experienced facilitator from the Advance HE Knowledge, Innovation and Delivery team.
Advance HE’s virtual reading groups are an ideal way to keep up to date with current trends in teaching and learning. Timetabled during the lunchtime break, and accessed remotely, these sessions are designed to fit into your busy schedules. Recordings of the sessions will be also available afterwards for you to catch up on anything you’ve missed.