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WIHEA Project Showcase & Networking Event

Thursday, 9 December 2021, 2-4pm (via Microsoft Teams)

WIHEA are pleased to announce the details of our upcoming Project Showcase & Networking event which is open to staff and students from the learning and teaching community at Warwick and other HEI’s.

The event will include presentations and videos from the project teams, all aimed at sharing the innovative and exciting outputs and the student/staff co-creation experiences these projects have achieved to date.  There will be an opportunity to express your interest in finding out more about the projects and you can ask questions during the short Q&A sessions.

You can also find out information on our next funding call.

If you wish to attend this event, please use the booking forms below. A calendar invite with MS Teams link will be sent in advance of the event.

Internal Booking Form
External Booking Form
A brief description of the projects that will be included in the showcase and timings are listed below:

Welcome & overview of WIHEA Project Funding by Dr Letizia Gramaglia, WIHEA Director and Head of Academic Development (ADC), PFHEA, 2021 NTF

2.10 Learning from Crisis – which explored what might be learned and embedded from the experience of and responses to Covid-19 in relation to learning and teaching

The PGR Teacher Digital Hub – which provides the Warwick Postgraduate Teaching Community with a central web space, a Moodle resource repository, a buddy system to connect PGR teachers plus a lot more 


Listening @ Warwick – a podcast series of conversations between two students or two members of staff, which captures reflections on teaching and learning during a pandemic year

2.55 *** Short Break *** 
3.00 The Interdisciplinary Staff Hub – supporting educators in designing and delivering interdisciplinary teaching and learning, from activities to assessment
3.05 The Digital Pedagogy Library – draws together and showcases examples of excellence in digital teaching, learning, assessment and student experience taking place in the Faculty of Arts

A Co-creation approach to critically engaging with Employability – how a competition has started institutional dialogue and is setting the foundations for wider cultural change 

3.25 Co-creation inclusive practice pedagogical recipes – provides an insight into the experiences of Neurodiverse students and what they would like to see that would improve their student experience
3.30 Remotely Practical – is a project which linked staff and students to addressing the problem of achieving learning outcomes that are practical in nature, in an online setting
3.45 Illuminations: A storied account of workforce wellbeing at Warwick – which prompted a reflection workplace wellbeing and of the benefits of (and barriers to) active participation and the potential of writing as a tool for promoting wellbeing
3.50 Pre-arrival Moodle Module – is a project that helped prepare students' induction experience and prepare students for their academic studies through pre-arrival e-learning resources
4.00 Event close