[:en]We’ve come a long way …[:]

[:en] SALT launched its internal recognition route for HEA Fellowship in July 2015 with just over 100 staff with a category of Fellowship*. Just 2 years on, the 2017 SALT conference marked the 300th staff recognition – a fantastic achievement, with appreciation to all those staff assessing and mentoring. And most recently, we have 2Continue reading “[:en]We’ve come a long way …[:]”

[:cy]Develop a more inclusive practice[:]

[:cy]SALT would like to welcome you to our first CPD Byte. We have created a Blackboard course called CPD Inclusivity which is designed to help all teaching and support staff to develop a more inclusive approach to their role. The course contains lots of information about your obligations in terms of the law and SwanseaContinue reading “[:cy]Develop a more inclusive practice[:]”

[:en]Using Social Media at Conferences #LTHEchat[:]

[:en]#LTHEchat and #HEAchat with Prof. Simon Lancaster and Sue Beckingham Wednesday 27 Jan 2016 at 8pm The #LTHEchat collaborates with the HEA chat for the first time this Wednesday on the topic of ‘The four dimensional conference: using social media at conferences’. Taking us through the evening will be Professor Simon Lancaster and Sue Beckingham. Whether it is for networking,Continue reading “[:en]Using Social Media at Conferences #LTHEchat[:]”

[:en]Save the Date for the SALT Conference ![:]

[:en]  The 8th Annual SALT Learning and Teaching Conference will take place in the Taliesin Arts Centre, Singleton Park Campus, Swansea University on Tuesday 28th June 2016.  Further information regarding the conference and the call for papers will be published to the Conference Website in due course but in the meantime please make sure youContinue reading “[:en]Save the Date for the SALT Conference ![:]”

[:en]Hello from Debbie[:]

[:en]Hello My name is Debbie Baff and I’m new to the SALT team as one of the Senior Academic Developers. You can find out more about me here on the Meet the Team page or on my About Me Page here. I’m really looking forward to meeting colleagues at Swansea University and helping to develop, supportContinue reading “[:en]Hello from Debbie[:]”