QAA guidance which is intended to support higher education providers wishing to embrace education for sustainable development as part of the student academic experience.
The results of University of Dundee's project to explore the ways in which awareness of sustainability issues is encouraged by, accommodated within, or obstructed by, the...
In November 2013 Sebastian Blake sent this message out the the EAUC Member-wide Jiscmail. Dear EAUC I am in the process of putting together a presentation...
A report from the Learning and Skills Improvement Service on embedding sustainability into teaching, learning and the curriculum in the learning and skills sector.
A report from the Learning and Skills Improvement Service on springboards to sustainability: a review of stepping up in sustainability 2012-13.
Between 2010 and 2013, LSIS provided grants to support 63 projects which aim to embed effective approaches to sustainable development. This is a case study from Leicester College.
A presentation from the 2013 Conference about how the tertiary education sector in South London is integrating community work experience placements and outreach work into the...
A presentation from EAUC annual conference 2013 on how Macquarie University is embedding sustainability holistically across its undergraduate curriculum
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is an increasingly important feature of Higher Education which poses new challenges for teaching and learning. Recent Plymouth...
The purpose of this paper is to test the validity of the curriculum auditing tool Sustainability Tool for Auditing University Curricula in Higher Education (STAUNCH).
Here is a resource created by Bedford College and LSIS that gives examples of best ways to embed sustainable development into the FE curriculum.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how the University of Sussex gained initiation and full support to their environmental policy.
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference about activist learning using examples at Keele University and Leicester College
This book presents AISHE - a method to audit Higher Education on the implementation of sustainable subjects in the curricula.
A curriculum review tool and guide based on searching modules specifications for insights to how they were engaging with education for sustainable development.
This UNESCO web-site provides a multimedia teacher education programme which contains professional development material for use in pre-service teacher courses.
The greatest contribution HE can make to sustainable development is by enabling students to acquire the skills and knowledge that allow them to make a lasting difference
Here is a sample curriculum managers audit, which helped to embed the sustainable ideal in the curriculum during 2010/11 and could be customised to any specific institution.
A review and guide to Education for sustainable development and holistic curriculum change, written bu Dr Alex Ryan.