About

Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA)

SEDA is the professional association for staff and educational developers in the UK, promoting innovation and good practice in higher education. SEDA is seen by many as the shaper of thought and initiator of action in staff and educational development, not only in the UK but in the international domain also.

SEDA Publications

SEDA publishes SEDA Papers and SEDA Specials on topical issues, a magazine Educational Developments, the journal IETI, and the SEDA series of books in collaboration with Routledge.

SEDA Blog Posts

We are looking for regular blog contributions that will be of interest to our SEDA community. This is your chance to share your opinions, revolutionary ideas, good practice, research outputs and book reviews.

A few guidelines on blog posts:

· About 300 – 500 words in length
· A great catchy headline
· A journalistic, engaging writing style
· Researched and evidenced e.g. with facts/statistics, possibly some literature, but only a couple of references
· Lists, hints and tips are good ways to organise a blog post
· Some good quality images

We would really like to receive blog contributions across the whole SEDA community. A great idea would be to turn some of those brilliant discussions on the SEDA JISC mail list into a succinct blog post.

Please email office@seda.ac.uk with your blog post.

Keep in touch and communicate with other SEDA members through seda@jiscmail.ac.uk and SEDA Twitter @seda_uk_

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  1. Hello I would like to post a blog on the SEDA blog about learning outcomes: if I did, how soon could you use it and who should I send it to please?

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