This case study presents an innovative approach to organising a conference in digital format. This was led by Dr Adriana Consorte-McCrea, Education for Sustainability Lead, Sustainability Development firstname.lastname@example.org, and colleagues […]
More than staring at a screen: fostering creative practice and self-efficacy in distance learners
In this case study, Sonia Overall, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing, presents enhancements that she has put in place in her programme, the MA in Creative Writing. The MA was […]
Promoting continuous learning of mandatory training through technology enhanced learning
This case study was led by Caroline Ratcliffe, Simulation Instructor in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.
The Student Voice: facilitating, listening, acting
This case study was led by Dr Ken Fox and Eddie McMillan, from the School of Creative Arts and Industries.
The ‘Station Rotation Model of Learning’ of Research Methods
Dr Katarina Mozova describes the station rotation model and how this has been used to teach research methods… Click here for larger image of the poster – When this opens, […]
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 […]
Use of online discussion boards within assessments to encourage deep learning
In this case study, Sara Wolfson, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History (School of Humanities), and winner of the Times Higher Education Award for ‘Most Innovative Teacher of the Year’ […]