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students as partners in learning

“The fierce urgency of now”: navigating the challenges of sustainability education through an online conference

This case study presents an innovative approach to organising a conference in digital format....

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...

Promoting continuous learning of mandatory training through technology enhanced learning

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

The Student Voice: facilitating, listening, acting

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

The ‘Station Rotation Model of Learning’ of Research Methods

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

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,...

Strategies to embed graduate skills in an undergraduate programme

Dr Sara Wolfson, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History (School of Humanities) has been...

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...
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