Contribution Submission Guide

There are two modes of submission we are seeking: written submissions and talking head videos. This is to promote inclusivity and accessibility. Please opt for which ever mode is most appropriate.

All submissions should be written in a way which provides sufficient information for a reader to be able to replicate or develop a similar approach in their own institutional setting.

Written Submission:

The overall submission length should be 1500-3000 words. We encourage you to use any existing writing you have, with each of the below key components:

  • Summary – This should indicate the context (e.g. type of institution, discipline, etc.), rationale, aims and objectives, and a description of activities undertaken.
  • Impact, Learning Outcomes and Take-aways – Please state what outcomes and impact your activity had. This should include and identify how this may influence practice.
  • Personal Reflections – Please include a reflection on lessons learned and how you may develop your approach moving forwards. This section should include any suggestions for anyone wanting to undertake similar approaches within their institutions.

Talking Head Video:

The talking head video should be 3-5 minutes long, ensuring the following components are covered within the video:

  1. Context – This should include the rationale and provide the context of your project such as type of institution, discipline, course level, and mode of delivery.
  2. Description – This should include the aims and objectives of the project, who was involved, and a description of the activities undertaken.
  3. Impact – Please state what outcomes and impact your activity had. This should include and identify how this may influence practice. In addition, you may want to include a reflection on lessons learned and how you may develop your approach moving forwards. This section should include any suggestions for anyone wanting to
    undertake similar approaches within their institutions

This should be accompanied by a written statement in the Contribution Form

Further guidance:

  • The video can be recorded utilising any technical device with a camera and microphone
  • The video should feature yourself and/or the other contributors talking directly to the camera, with your head and shoulders in the frame. This can be with accompanying slides if you wish.
  • The recording should be uploaded to a shared area (such as OneDrive), and link shared in your submission.