he Higher Education Learning Framework (HELF) is an evidence-informed model for university learning.
The HELF is based on the seven main themes emerging from a rigorous study into higher education learning undertaken by researchers in the Science of Learning Research Centre.
An overview of the HELF is provided in the HELF matrix. Each of the 7 principles is further described in the HELF handbook which provides (i) an explanation (ii) implications for teachers, students and assessment and (iii) a discussion of current literature relating to the principles.
To help stem the rising cost of college textbooks, the U.S. Department of Education today announced a $4.9 million grant to the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) to lead a pilot program to develop free, open textbooks in targeted subjects.
Patter talks about conceptual and theoretical frameworks for PhDs.
A theory is just a way of explaining, of saying how things relate to each other, why they are the way that they are, and how they relate to other things.
Colour is a cue that allows your audience to see what you want them to see, feel what you want them to feel, and to do what you want them to do. How you use colour also affects the usability – whether people can read your content or not.
Colour has an impact on how we think and behave. It directs our eye where to look, what to do, and how to interpret something, placing content into context. It helps us decide what is important and what is not. That’s precisely why it is important to keep colour in mind when designing your course banner and thumbnail.