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Useful Links

Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
This site contains a list of successful CETLs and provides an overview of the assessment process. It also gives details of funding allocations to institutions.

The Higher Education Academy
The Higher Education Academy supports all the CETL initiatives, encourages and facilitates networking and helps to disseminate outputs.

Centre for Research and Evaluation (CRE)
Based at Sheffield Hallam University, the Centre for Research and Evaluation undertakes a wide variety of educational and public sector research and evaluation.

Making your teaching inclusive
This website provides you with practical advice about teaching inclusively and will also help you meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act.

The European Challenge
This is a link to an article on the RICS (Royal Institue of Chartered Surveyors) website about The European Challenge. The European Challenge is an annual project that involves 80 students from Universities all over Europe working together on a complex consultancy project simulating the relocation of a 350 person financial services organisation.

Manchester College, USA - Employability Guarantee
Manchester College is one of a very small number of Universities in the USA to offer an Employability Guarantee and was the first to introduce such an initiative in 1995. Visit the above link to their website to find out more.

The Open University - Practice-based Professional Learning CETL
The Practice-based Professional Learning Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (PBPL CETL) is about developing expertise and knowledge around practice-based professional learning and offering this to all Open University colleagues and other bodies with an interest in practice-based learning.

Sheffield Hallam University - Student and Academic Services Resource Centre Catalogue (SAS)
The Resource Centres at City and Collegiate Crescent contain information on a number of areas relating to pre-entry and on-course student support, eg. study skills, finance and changing/leaving your course. You can search our resources using the SAS Resource Centre Catalogue by the link above (Link is via Blackboard website at SHU, may require login details).

E-evolve Project - University of Central Lancashire
The E-Evolve project is part of a consortium led by the University of Central Lancashire together with University of Wolverhampton, London Metropolitan University, University of Derby and University of Hertfordshire. The project has a repository which provides access to a range of materials that have been developed for use by students and academic tutors to enhance graduate-level employability.

The repository is a free online service for UK Higher Education Institutions (Registration required, click here).

Sheffield Hallam University is not responsible for the content of external websites.