Teaching & Learning Resource Award

The UFHRD Programme and Qualification Activities Committee awards an annual prize of £500 for the best contribution to the UFHRD Teaching & Learning Resource bank. The prize will be a cheque for £500 made payable to the winning contributor (or the first named contributor in the case of multiple contributors).

The Award is open to all i.e non members as well as members of UFHRD. The prize will be awarded to the Resource that, in the opinion of the judging panel, meets the following criteria most strongly. All of the criteria detailed below are of equal value and they are not weighted. Members of the judging panel will take the criteria in the round:

  • Accessibility (clearly explained, usable by teachers and learners)

  • Innovation (creative and/or imaginative)

  • Enhances or has potential to enhance the student learning experience

  • Draws from and/or focuses on professional practice

  • Makes a contribution to the theory of teaching and learning in relation to HRD

  • Supported with evidence (e.g. through evaluations)

  • Presentation (including readiness for posting on the UFHRD website).


  • Whilst we are open to many types of submission, all Resources must use the template as a cover sheet – click here to access the template

  • Submission of a Resource does not guarantee acceptance for the website or eligibility for the prize. The UFHRD reserves the right to require editorial changes.

  • Supplementary materials, if provided – whether text-based, audio, video or other material – must be in a format suitable for hosting on the UFHRD website’s Teaching & Learning Resource Bank.

  • Those submitting resources are responsible for obtaining any copyright clearance that may be required and will be asked to confirm this in writing.

  • Submissions do not need to be anonymised.

  • Accepted submissions will be posted on the Teaching & Learning Resource Bank area of the UFHRD website.

Please submit resources to Dr Tricia Harrison (Chair, Programme and Qualification Activities Committee), Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool:  p.a.harrison@ljmu.ac.uk

All Resources received by the deadline – Friday 27 April 2018 – will be reviewed in the first instance by the Programme and Qualification Activities committee.

The committee will nominate a shortlist of Resources for consideration by the judging panel, comprising members of UFHRD Council.

The Chair of UFHRD will announce the title and contributor(s) of the winning Resource at the UFHRD annual conference and the President of UFHRD will present the prize to the winning contributor(s).

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