Flexible, affordable faculty development at scale

Inspire and support your educators with practical and engaging microlearning that maximises student success

OneHE and its partners are working together to provide scalable and sustainable training and development that reaches all faculty, not just the few

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Our courses, resources and global community complement your existing investment in staff training and development with evidence-based approaches that can benefit all your educators

Train more or all your faculty for less

Provide equity of support for all your faculty with access to courses, resources and support anytime, for a fraction of the cost of formal training

Complement your existing provision

Increase the reach and impact of your investment in your staff by complementing your in-house support with on demand access to the latest thinking on teaching and learning

Practice-focused, engaging microlearning

Encourage your staff to develop their teaching by engaging in short courses that focus on what educators can immediately apply in their practice

Expert-led, evidence-informed, courses and resources

Inspire and motivate your educators with the new ideas and evidence-based practice created with pedagogical experts from across the globe

Give recognition to your educators

Promote your staff’s expertise, increase their profile and extend the reach of their work to a global audience by co-creating courses and resources with OneHE

Social learning on a global scale

Open up new opportunities for learning for your educators with access to a global community in a safe space to share learning

Educators have a voice

Give your faculty a say in what content is developed as all OneHE courses and resources are led by the needs of faculty

Latest courses

Supporting students' use of feedback

This course explores the importance of supporting students’ use of feedback and introduces practical activities that enhance students’ feedback literacy

Dr Naomi Winstone,  University of Surrey (UK)

Self and peer assessment in/for a digital world

In this course you will be introduced to the concept of self and peer assessment practices and learn some practical considerations that you can apply in your context

Dr Chie Adachi, Deakin University (Australia)

Being present in your online teaching

Online students, just like on campus students, need educators to be present to guide and facilitate their learning. This course suggests ways in which educators can become intentionally present online

Flower Darby, Faculty, author and speaker (USA)

Managing stage fright and anxiety

Teaching can sometimes feel like performing, which can bring with it stage fright and anxiety. Feeling nervous is perfectly natural and can help us perform, if managed

Dr Richard Bale, Imperial College London (UK)

Connect your faculty with experts and high impact practice,
and together we can improve outcomes for your students

Work with us to create a new way to support faculty and enrich practice