HETL Global Communities

Welcome to the HETL PORTAL

Welcome to the official website of The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) – an association of educators, by educators, for educators. We fulfill our vision of advancing the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning by focusing our mission on four core areas: 1) global networking and interdisciplinary collaboration, 2) research, innovation, and academic publishing, 3) higher education development and capacity building, and 4) human rights and social justice. We welcome you to explore our site and get involved in our activities.​

IHR Current Article:

Having Roots and Wings at the Same Time and Considering Alternate Visions of the World: Insularity and World Citizenship

HETL Note:  In this academic article, Drs Luísa Soares, Carla Vale Lucas, and Filipa Oliveira discuss how political, econmic, and social systems influence human identity and identity is further shaped within the context of local and global factors. The authors discuss the need for multicultural and global ciizenship education to develop stud...

Read More

Socially Minded: Ethical Awareness and the Creative Advertising Student

HETL Note:  In this academic article, John Delacruz discusses how educators can foster creativity in students by developing effective communication skills through entertaining and engaging storytelling across different media channels. Author Bio:  John Delacruz is responsible for the advertising program’s creative track and developing ...

Read More

Facilitating the Development of Integrity and Ethical Practice via the Higher Education Classroom

HETL Note:  In this academic article, Drs Jane Mummery and Marnie Nolton discuss how educators can develop in students transferable skills (e.g., integrity and tolerance) in ethical decision-making utilizing discourse analysis research method. Author Bios: Jane Mummery is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy in the Faculty of Education and Ar...

Read More

Enabling and Engaging Students through Open Learning Workshops

HETL Note:  In this academic article, Dr Zoë Griffiths, Ulla Eriksson, and Michael Strandell discuss how they designed an international training workshop with the aim of improving the chemical analysis capabilities in certain Asian developing countries. The authors explain how active and open learning strategies and techniques were used to e...

Read More

Search HETL Portal

Signup to HETL Newsletter

HETL Official Video