Teaching Insights is Oxford Brookes University’s open access teaching and learning publication which is usually published twice a year (in January and July) by the Oxford Centre for Academic Enhancement and Development (OCAED). It aims to inspire the learning community and offer practical wisdom for the contemporary academic. The publication aims to be accessible yet scholarly and is an excellent opportunity for first time student and staff publishers.
Teaching Insights is coedited by OCAED and the Students’ Union Vice President for Student Voice. Editions are themed to speak directly to sector priorities. Contributions from within Oxford Brookes University and other institutions are welcome. Our readership spans the UK, EU and beyond.
Announcement Call for Editorial Board member
Our next edition is to launch in January 2024 and will be a Special Edition related to our upcoming International Teaching and Learning Conference, June 2023.
We are offering an exciting opportunity for an individual from within the Brookes community to become a member of the Editorial Board.
This role will entail working with the Editorial Board and the Managing Editor to steer the publication to further OCAED’s vision to inspire the learning community and meet the aim of the publication - to be a source of practical ideas for teachers in higher education to create exceptional student experience. It will include promoting the publication in addition to reviewing submissions and a feature of the publication.
The post holder will be expected to attend three Editorial Board meetings per edition and it is anticipated that the overall time commitment will be approximately 12 hours per academic year.
If you are interested in applying, please send an expression of interest of no more than 400 words to the Managing Editor, Ben Walker - firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 June 2023. This should cover your reasons for applying, the skills and experience you can bring to the board and why you think you are suitable.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to arrange an informal discussion about the role, please contact Ben Walker - email@example.com.