We are a community of educators working together for better teaching
OneHE’s vision is a world in which higher education is delivering improved student outcomes for the benefit of society and the economy through better teaching.
Our mission is to build a global community of educators focused on better teaching to support the sharing and application of innovative and excellent practice.
We’re grateful for the support of leading influencers in global higher education.
The OneHE Foundation funds great ideas to improve learning and teaching. Three times a year, we release one fifth of all membership fees back into the community for innovation grants. Members can apply for up to £3,000 each round – and the community chooses the winning applications through a vote.
That’s all we need to know for your project to be considered:
The Foundation is open to all Global Members
Project aim: To create a playful set of zines in physical and electronic formats designed to prompt the development of playful practices, and a playful community, within HE.
Project aim: Creating a consensus definition of personal tutoring in UK higher education, grounded in the lived experience of tutors
Project aim: A project to analyse writing skills of first year (law) students and address their weaknesses.
Project aim: In a rapidly changing world, graduates need more than knowledge. We will explore the facilitators and barriers to innovative teaching, to enhance the future learning capabilities of graduates.
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Mark has worked in HE since the mid-nineties in a variety of roles spanning online learning, teaching standards and partnership development. Mark leads on strategy.
Co-Founder and Director of Partnerships
Olivia fifteen years’ experience developing partnerships in HE, working with a variety of organisations across the globe. Olivia leads on partnerships.
Co-Founder and Director of Engagement
Simon has spent his career in marketing, communications and customer engagement, including working for a global HE charity. Simon leads on engagement.
Nikki has worked in a variety of national roles in learning and teaching development including teaching awards and communities of practice. Nikki leads on community management.