The project was led by Dr Ken Fox, School Director of Learning and Teaching and Jane Milton, Programme Director, Film Production, in the School of Creative Arts & Industries.
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, explain how they have used learning technologies and other tools to ensure more efficient engagement of […]
Strategies to embed graduate skills in an undergraduate programme
Dr Sara Wolfson, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History (School of Humanities) has been using several strategies to engage students with a variety of activities which develop their graduate skills […]
Using Live Client Briefs to Develop Graduate Employability Skills
The case study consists in using live client briefs across several modules on the Media and Communications programme. The project was led by Sarah O’Hara, Senior Lecturer and Programme Suite […]
Developing alumni relations to embed and enhance employability and enterprise.
This case study explores how the development of relations with former students, particularly through social medial platforms and alumni video embeds and enhances employability and an enterprise mind-set in the […]
Personalised Learning Journeys: Using PebblePad and WhatsApp for individualised learning stories
Digital technology provides the opportunity to enhance pedagogic practice and extend opportunities for individualised learning and students’ self-directed study. Lecturer Geoff Rebbeck has recently explored two technologies that have provided students with, […]