Partners

Welcome to our professional partners page, where colleagues can catch up with the full range of news, events and opinions from our professional, public and academic associates across the sector.

This is useful and growing selection of national and international organisations with which we share common goals and aspirations.

Professional and Public

Arts & Humanities Research Council (ARHC)

Association for Learning Technology (ALT)

Centre for Academic Practice (CAP)

Department for Education (DfE)

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)

Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC)

International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL)

Joint Information Systems Committee (Jisc)

Quality Assurance Agency (QAA)

UK Academic centres

Bangor University (CELT)

Birmingham City University  (CELT)

Bristol Institute of Teaching and Learning (BITL)

King’s Learning Institute (KCL)

Liverpool John Moores University Teaching and Learning Academy (LJMU)

Manchester Metropolitan University (CELT)

PedRio Plymouth (PedRio)

UCL Centre for Advanced Learning & Teaching (CALT)

University of Birmingham, Centre for Learning and Academic Development and Learning Spaces (CLAD)

University of Central Lancashire (CELT)

University of Chester Learning and Teaching Institute  (LTI)

University of East London (CELT)

University of Northampton  (ILT)

University of South Wales (CELT)

University of Sussex (CHEER)

University of Warwick:

Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL) &

WIHEA Warwick (WIHEA)

 

Ireland

National University of Ireland Galway (CELT)

International Centres

U.S.

Harvard University, Harvard Initiative for Teaching and Learning  (HILT)

Indiana University 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT Education Arcade)

Princeton University (The McGraw Center)

Tufts University

University of Kentucky

 

Australia

University of Western Sydney, Learning Futures