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May 22, 2011
The History Subject Centre will officially close on 31st October, although effectively most activities will cease by the end of July. Sarah Richardson has written a briefing report, After the History Subject Centre, which outlines the support that will be available for HE History once the subject centre has closed. There are also details of activities and services the History community have found most valuable and recommendations on how these may be continued in the future.
Please join in the conversation!
March 28, 2011
Writing about web page http://www.indiana.edu/~histsotl/blog/?page_id=1503
The Spring 2011 edition of the History SoTL Newsletter is now online. Please follow the link below (or paste it into the address bar of your web browser) for the newsletter.
Features include reports on two SoTL conferences, a report on SoTL in Moldova by Svetlana Suveica, a report on numeracy from Geogg Timmins et al., and a report on historical thinking in higher education in Australia by Adele Nye.
September 21, 2010
Writing about web page https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/teachinghistory2010
Please complete this quick online survey on 'Teaching History in Higher Education': part of a History Subject Centre project led by Alan Booth from the School of History at the University of Nottingham.
Completion of the survey will make an important contribution to building community resources on teaching history. Furthermore, on full completion you will be eligible for entry into a prize draw with the chance to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers or alternatively £100 to a charity of your choosing.
It will take no more than 20 minutes to complete: the closing date is 30th October 2010.
For more information on the project being led by Alan Booth visit: http://www.historysubjectcentre.ac.uk/research/gwi/history_passion
May 26, 2010
History at the Higher Education Academy would like to thank the recent contributors to the History Pedagogy Bibliography. The bibliography has now been updated and is available at http://www.historysubjectcentre.ac.uk/elibrary/bibliography/
If you would like to contribute to the HPB, please visit http://www.historysubjectcentre.ac.uk/elibrary/bibliography/contribute or contact Melodee Beals at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 13, 2010
King James in the Curriculum: Biblical Literacy in 2011 (Thursday 26th - Sunday 29th May 2011, Sheffield)
This event is part of the celebrations of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible being organised by the 2011 Trust (http://www.2011trust.org/about-us/ )
A joint venture between Sheffield University Department of Biblical Studies and Sheffield Cathedral; this conference will explore how contemporary students can be made aware of the nature and impact of the King James Version of the Bible on the intellectual history of any subject discussed or written about in English from the 17th century onwards.
Professor Hugh Pyper from Sheffield's Biblical Studies would like to involve disciplines other than Theology and Religious Studies in exploring some of the following: what do students in other disciplines know/need to know about the KJV? Who teaches them? What resources do they have to do the teaching? How can specialists in biblical studies be most helpful?
The aim is to involve people across disciplines who would be interested in creating some common resources that could be made available to help students grasp the significance of the KJV or the English Bible more generally in their field of study, and to draw on the resources of biblical scholars around the country. Resources would be prepared over this next year, and include the conference. Frank Field MP and Carol Ann Duffy have already agreed to be part of the event.
If you would like to contribute to the development of teaching material, or would be interested in being part of the discussions at the Sheffield event, please contact Hugh Pyper at : H.Pyper@sheffield.ac.uk
April 15, 2010
Writing about web page http://www.materials.ac.uk/resources/success-stories.pdf
This booklet celebrates the contribution of the HEA Subject Centres to enhancing teaching and learning at HE level. The work of the History Subject Centre features strongly.
The booklet may be downloaded here: http://www.materials.ac.uk/resources/success-stories.pdf
March 19, 2010
Writing about web page http://www.bristol.ac.uk/history/bhsp
The British Historical Statistics project will be launched at the Economic History Society Annual Conference, University of Durham, 27 March 2010. The project is led by three general editors:
- Roger Middleton (Bristol): late nineteenth-twenty first century, macroeconomic history, public finance
- Nigel Goose (Hertfordshire): medieval-early modern
- Michael Turner (Hull): eighteenth-nineteenth century, agrarian and beyond
This project will provide new and substantially revised and repurposed editions of British Historical Statistics which were first edited by Mitchell and Deane in 1962. The editions will cover the medieval period to the contemporary world and take advantage of the ongoing expansion of the statistical knowledge of the past. The expansion of fields of history that utilise statistical data and the provision of large (if disparate) sets of online data mean that such an initiative is timely and important.
As well as providing data for research projects, the new editions will also have materials for History students and aims to provide them with the numeracy skills they need for their studies and for employment post graduation.
The general editors are keen to receive feedback on the project.
February 26, 2010
Writing about web page http://www.humbox.ac.uk/
HumBox - a new repository to share, store, manage and repurpose teaching materials from across the Humanities was launched today at the Humanities Research Institute at the University of Sheffield.
The repository has been developed by a partnership of four subject centres: English, History, LLAS and PRS and eleven institutional partners. It is funded by JISC and the HEA.
HumBox already contains over 1000 resources all uploaded using Creative Commons licences. Resources range from simple handouts to more complex learning objects as well as audio and video resources. The repository includes a simple commenting function so that users can leave feedback on the resources. Users have a profile page to promote their own research and teaching. They can set up collections of related resources and include descriptions to ensure that they are more usable for teaching.
HumBox has been closed during the development phase of the project but is now open to all. So please get sharing!
December 30, 2009
The Fall 2009 edition of the History SOTL Newsletter is now online. Please follow the link below for the newsletter.
Features include conference announcements and links (including the 12th Annual Learning and Teaching in History Conference at Oxford), ISSOTL 09 session summaries, the History SOTL draft constitution, information about a new annotated e-bibliography, a think-piece about what SOTL scholarship might investigate over the next two decades, and a few pictures from ISSOTL 09 thrown in for good measure.
December 12, 2009
Writing about web page http://www.peacehistory.dept.shef.ac.uk/
A new Centre for Peace History has opened at the University of Sheffield directed by Dr Mike Foley, Dr Holger Nehring and Dr Benjamin Ziemann, from the Department of History.