• Calling all higher education trailblazers. Tell us what's at the top of your 'ambition-ometer'.

    by Richard Dando

 

Calling all higher education trailblazers. Tell us what's at the top of your 'ambition-ometer'.

~ Global Ambitions Survey ~

FEBRUARY 24th 2020· by Richard Dando

 

SHARED AMBITIONS

Last month we attended the AACU Annual Conference in North America. An annual outing for Team PebblePad, but this year’s meeting in Washington DC was an especially positive experience. The conference invited participants to share their practice focused on “high-impact educational practices, inclusive pedagogies, authentic forms of assessment, and pathways to student success” – aspirations which form the raison d'être of PebblePad. It was encouraging to see just how many AACU delegates bought into what we see here at PebblePad as being common ambitions for strategic development in higher education, and how every conversation demonstrated an unwavering ambition to deliver on students’ expectations. Yet, while talk of shared goals and shared ethos’s were commonplace, universal consensus on how to execute and deliver on these common ambitions was less evident. 

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Since rolling off the press in 2018, our Global Trends in Higher Education Paper has been downloaded almost 2000 times! We're dialling up the power on our own 'ambition-ometer' in 2020 and hoping to go bigger and better. That's where you come in - we'd like you to contribute your expertise insight and opinion to the 2020 data.


 
 
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WHAT'S AT THE TOP OF YOUR 'AMBITION-OMETER'?

While it's clear that common goals are featuring on the 'ambition-ometers' of technologists, strategists and educators in higher education, an ever-changing landscape is inevitably resulting in constant recalibration of organisational priorities. That's why we’d like your input on the common higher education ambitions which are most important to you and your practice. Incredibly, two years have flown by since we published our first Global Trends in Higher Education publication. Since rolling off the press, it's been downloaded almost 2000 times! This year, we are dialling up the power on our own 'ambition-ometer' and are hoping to go bigger and better. This is where you and your expertise come in – we'd like you to take part in our 2020 Global Ambitions in Higher Education Survey.

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FOUR GREAT REASONS TO CONTRIBUTE

REASON NUMBER 1: You only need to invest a few minutes to give us your expert insight and opinion. We'll do all the heavy lifting, data analysis and prettification. And you can count on us to deliver something of real value to the higher education community. As a thank-you, we'll send you a beautifully-crafted copy of the final publication, which will most likely look like its 2018 predecessor ...

Image shows a copy of the 2018 Global Trends in Higher Education PublicationThe 2018 version of the hugley popular Global Trends Publication



REASON NUMBER 2:
As a contributor, you'll be in with a chance of winning one of our much-coveted Millican rucksacks. Here's a picture of one out and about doing its thing at AACU 2020 ...

Image shows a PebblePad Millican Rucksack in Washington DC AACU 2020
The much-coveted PebblePad Millican Rucksack at AACU '20 (Washington DC)


REASON NUMBER 3: As a contributor, you will have the opportunity to put yourself forward to be considered as a contributing author to future publications. With our publications making a real impact (1000's of downloads and counting), it's a terrific way to elevate your status as an educational trailblazer.

REASON NUMBER 4: For each and every contribution we'll allocate £2.00 to a charity pot. After the survey is closed, we'll draw a name at random from the list of contributors to choose which charity the collected funds should go to. So, please do get contributing and sharing. 


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Author

Richard is PebblePad's Head of Brand & Communications and joined Team PebblePad as a consultant in 2012 after working in a range of L&D roles in the charity and technology sector. On any given day you're likely to find Richard with a sketch pad and more coloured pens than you can wave a stick at, leading on all things creative and strategic on the communications and brand front. Richard is super passionate about all things PebblePad, and spreading the word about PebblePad and the amazing things it can do really has become his technology baby. Outside of work, he’s the proud dad of two happy, human children.

 

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