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University student protester

Changing campus protests from disruptions to learning opportunities

Higher education leaders should use student activism to develop leadership and negotiation skills, argue Blair Glaser and Richard Nodell

Blair Glaser, Richard Nodell

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English as a second language in higher education

Students and faculty who use English as a second language have advantages and challenges in higher education. This collection of resources looks at how to support international students and multilingual staff as well as how language-teaching methods can be applied to areas such as sustainability. It includes English for academic purposes, teaching, writing, assessment, student support, medical training and academic publishing.
Five pillars to offering an effective multifaceted education online

Making online learning fun

Students are more likely to be actively engaged in their learning if they are enjoying it and, happily, online teaching offers plenty of opportunity to play around and get creative with your course design and delivery styles. So, browse these resources to get ideas and inspiration for injecting fun into your online classes.
Being black in the academy

Being Black in the academy

Navigating higher education as a racial minority can be fraught, but for Black men and women, often the least represented minority group in an institution, the academy can be especially isolating and unwelcoming. Students, staff and academics at every career level report suffering impostor syndrome, have seen their careers stalled by conscious or unconscious bias and are often overburdened with unpaid labour on EDI initiatives. This collection of Campus resources and views provides actions that can be taken to improve diversity and belonging for Black staff and students, advice for Black academics on navigating the career ladder, tips for creating an anti-racist university and more.
How will ChatGPT change higher education?

AI transformers like ChatGPT are here, so what next?

AI writing programmes such as ChatGPT have sent tremors across the higher education sector. Will artificial intelligence free up cognitive space for deeper thinking? Or does its potential for cheating and shortcuts signal the end of critical thinking and academic integrity? This resource collection offers insight into the technology’s potential impact and advice on how educators can use it in work around assessments, academic writing, teaching and lesson planning as well as student support and research. ChatGPT itself even offers suggestions on how to use it in the classroom.

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