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Learning Technologies (UK version)

Lead Advisor: Professor Diana Laurillard, Institute of Education, London - These courses are for teaching staff who want to learn how to use learning technologies effectively in their teaching and e-learning teams who design online programmes

Learning Technologies (US version)

Editor: Professor Ray Schroeder, University of Illinois at Springfield - These courses are for teaching staff who want to learn how to use learning technologies effectively in their teaching and e-learning teams who design online programmes

University and College Teaching (UK version)

Lead advisor: Professor Graham Gibbs, Oxford Learning Institute - These courses are designed to provide full- and part-time university and college lecturers with the key skills they need to plan and deliver engaging and innovative programmes for their students.

University and College Teaching (US version)

Editor: Professor Marilla Svinicki, University of Texas at Austin - These courses are designed to provide full- and part-time university and college instructors with the key skills they need to plan and deliver engaging and innovative programs for their students.

Teaching Online (US version)

This program is designed to provide lecturers with the knowledge and skills they need to design and teach effective and engaging online courses.

Teaching Online (International version)

This programme is designed to provide lecturers with the knowledge and skills they need to design and teach effective and engaging online courses.

TAME (International version)

Aimed at educators from wide-ranging backgrounds and with varying levels of experience, the Teaching and Assessment for Medical Educators (TAME) programme is designed to enhance the quality of clinical education. It intends to help those with teaching responsibilities (including non-doctor clinicians and academics) to become more proficient in adapting and structuring their teaching according to learner preferences and diverse educational settings; in facilitating effective learning, especially in time-pressured situations; in designing appropriate assessments; in delivering and receiving feedback; and in addressing potential challenges. Throughout, it underlines the fundamental role of patients within clinical education, and ultimately aims to help educators ensure that the clinicians of tomorrow are fit to practise.

TANAHE (International version)

Aimed at practitioners from diverse healthcare fields, the Teaching and Assessment for Nursing and Allied Health Educators (TANAHE) programme is designed to help those with teaching and mentoring responsibilities to become more proficient in adapting their teaching according to learner preferences and diverse educational settings; in facilitating effective learning both in planned and unplanned situations; in designing appropriate assessments; in delivering and receiving feedback; and in addressing potential challenges. Throughout, it encourages participants to review their profession-specific standards and domains, and underlines the fundamental role of service users within clinical education. Ultimately, it aims to help educators ensure that the practitioners of tomorrow are fit to practise.

TAME (US version)

Aimed at educators from wide-ranging backgrounds and with varying levels of experience, the Teaching and Assessment for Medical Educators (TAME) program is designed to enhance the quality of faculty professional development within clinical education. It intends to help those with teaching responsibilities to become more proficient in tailoring their teaching according to learner needs and diverse educational settings; in developing clinical reasoning skills; in involving patients in the learning process; in designing appropriate assessments; in delivering and receiving feedback; and in addressing potential challenges. Ultimately, it aims to help educators ensure that the clinicians of tomorrow are fit to practice.

TANAHE (US version)

The Teaching and Assessment for Nursing and Allied Health Educators (TANAHE) program is designed to support all clinical educators, including adjunct faculty members, as they address some of the issues inherent within clinical education. It intends to help those with teaching responsibilities to become more proficient in tailoring and preparing their teaching according to learner needs and diverse educational settings; in developing clinical reasoning skills; in involving patients in the learning process; in designing appropriate assessments; in delivering and receiving feedback; and in addressing potential challenges. Ultimately, it aims to help educators ensure that the clinicians of tomorrow are fit to practice.

University and College Lecturing

Lead advisor: Professor Rhona Sharpe, Head of the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. This programme consists of two courses from Epigeum's University and College Teaching programme – ‘Lecturing 1’ and ‘Lecturing 2’. The courses are now accompanied by a portfolio document for participants to complete during the programme, as part of your continuing professional development.

University and College Lecturing (HEA Approved)

Lead advisor: Professor Rhona Sharpe, Head of the Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. The courses 'Lecturing 1' and 'Lecturing 2' from Epigeum's University and College Teaching programme have been aligned to the UKPSF and approved by the HEA. Completion of this programme can be used as part-evidence towards an application for either Associate Fellowship or Fellowship of the HEA, depending on an individual’s professional practice. For those considering an application for Associate Fellowship, the programme offers a portfolio activity to support the construction of the necessary documentation.

Blended Learning

Blended Learning brings together a group of leading experts and universities to establish and share best practice in blended learning, positioned at the cutting edge of technology-enhanced learning. The programme aims to bridge the gap between strategy and delivery by empowering lecturers to translate principles and aims into effective teaching and learning practice. This will in turn lead to corresponding improvements in student performance, engagement, satisfaction and retention.