Higher Education Network
The Geological Society established a Higher Education Network in 2010.
The purpose of the Network is to bring together those researching and teaching in the Higher Education sector to develop and discuss best practice in areas of shared interest; and to grow the Society’s engagement with this community. Such shared interests often cross the disciplinary specialisms which our Specialist Groups serve – they include:
- Geoscience pedagogy and curriculum development;
- Student skills requirements (e.g. field skills); professional formation and development (not a matter exclusively of interest to those working in industry);
- Knowledge transfer and university-industry-government collaboration;
- Intellectual property protection and development;
- and Outreach from the Higher Education sector, linking to Earth science education in schools and the wider community.
The Network works collaboratively with the Society’s Education Committee, the HE Academy, ESTA, University Geoscience UK and other bodies nationally and internationally.
HEN annual meeting, 11-12 January 2016 - Final Reminder
Pre-registration closes on Friday 8 January for the Higher Education Network Meeting at University of Liverpool.
We still have capacity for on-the-day registrations.
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At present we are using a JISCmail distribution list. Using JISCmail allows messages to be archived, only members of the list are able to post to it and there is scope for discussion as well as announcements.
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A joint meeting of the Geological Society, The Higher Education Network and The Committee of Heads of University Geosciences Departments, to discuss the design and delivery of fieldwork that is inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities.