What do we mean by ‘tertiary’? And why does it matter?

For our first Critical Perspectives post of this year, Lydia Rohmer, Principal of West Highland College UHI and Vice-Principal (Tertiary) for UHI challenges us to think about the meaning of tertiary education (adapted from her opening address at the University's Learning and Teaching conference, January 2020 #UHILTC20) The University of the Highlands and Islands is … Continue reading What do we mean by ‘tertiary’? And why does it matter?

#UHILTC20: Tertiaryness for the digital generation

The university's second Learning and Teaching conference was held at Inverness Campus 22-23 January 2020. Over 120 colleagues attended over the two days in which there were: 3 keynotes1 panel session29 presentation sessions14 workshops and discussion sessions4 Gasta talks (explanation below!) UHI Learning and Teaching Conference 2020, Inverness Campus, January 2020. Here, audiences throughout the … Continue reading #UHILTC20: Tertiaryness for the digital generation

Answer Garden: using a “minimalist feedback tool” for teaching

Jo Rodgers, a PhD researcher from the University's Centre for History, describes the use of an online tool to enhance her video conferencing teaching. I’d like to use thisblog post to introduce colleagues to “Answer Garden”, and to suggest some ways in which it can be used to enhance the learning experiences of our students. … Continue reading Answer Garden: using a “minimalist feedback tool” for teaching