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HEA Event: EvidenceNet – evidence in HE learning and teaching

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Here are details of a forthcoming Elluminate Live! session on EvidenceNet.

EvidenceNet

Wednesday 22 September 2.30-3.30

EvidenceNet (http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/evidencenet) is a free, open-access service from the Higher Education Academy that promotes and supports the use of evidence in higher education learning and teaching. It provides easy access to the evidence base and the opportunity to discuss and explore that evidence by:

  • linking to resources, events and networks from across the higher education sector
  • providing summaries and syntheses so that even the busiest academics can keep up-to-date with the latest research and policy
  • supporting a Ning and Wiki to establish online communities on particular areas of interest
  • running face-to-face meetings, seminars and workshops.
  • allowing users to share their own content through EvidenceNet and create case studies at http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/EvidenceNet/contribute.

This Elluminate session will introduce participants to EvidenceNet and allow them the opportunity to explore EvidenceNet with members of the team. It will provide a brief outline of the background and rationale of EvidenceNet, and demonstrate the key features of the website. Participants will be shown how they can share their own materials through EvidenceNet, and in an interactive part of the session they will have the opportunity to browse and explore EvidenceNet and ask questions of the EvidenceNet team.

Session presenter: Dr Laura Hodsdon (Adviser, Evidence-Informed Practice).

EvidenceNet website: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/EvidenceNet/home

Contact the EvidenceNet team: evidencenet@heacademy.ac.uk

To register, go to http://bit.ly/Gm9Ni.  You will be sent a link to join the session in advance of the session.

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Written by Mira Vogel

September 1, 2010 at 11:22

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