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The use of PebblePad with First Year Undergraduates to aid transition and retention, support employability and the development of the life-long learner

The project was led by Dr Ken Fox, School Director of Learning and Teaching...

Promoting continuous learning of mandatory training through technology enhanced learning

This case study was led by Caroline Ratcliffe, Simulation Instructor in the Faculty of...

Empowering students to respond to coursework feedback to increase their learning gain

The case study was led by Dr Ken Fox, Principal Lecturer and Director of...

The Student Voice: facilitating, listening, acting

This case study was led by Dr Ken Fox and Eddie McMillan, from the...

Using Mentimeter for Formative Assessment

Manfred Gschwandtner (Kent and Medway Medical School Librarian) outlines the use of Kahoot, an...

The ‘Station Rotation Model of Learning’ of Research Methods

Dr Katarina Mozova describes the station rotation model and how this has been used...

Harnessing mobile devices for field trips: enhancing learning through digital technology

Lee Hazeldine and Colin Walker describe how using mobile technologies on a field trip...

Adding soul into SOLEs (Self-Organised Learning Environments)

Summary of the case study This case study explores the use of Self-Organised Learning...

To Tweet or not to Tweet, that is the question: A case study on using Twitter with Undergraduate Nursing Students

Context The aim of this project was to explore the use of Social Media...

Engaging students with the University Graduates Attributes in the Foundation Degree Childhood Studies

In this case study, Diana Strauss and Clare Wiseman, Senior Lecturers in Childhood Studies,...
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