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Learning design and the Course Design Sprint Framework
On 16th November, the M25 L (More)
City Learning & Teaching Forum - Student Wellbeing
As part of the LEaD series of Learning and Teaching Fora , the City Students' U (More)
Why did I start blogging? Present Absence

Digital Literacies and Open Practices starting next week!
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Into the world of research on Learning Analytics
The growing field of learning analytics (LA) is gaining significant attention in Higher Education, reinforced by the increasing amounts of student data generated through various software. It has become a hot topic not only for practitioners but also (More)
Using Learning Analytics to benefit City’s students
Learning Analytics is a hot topic across the higher education sector. If you are a regular Learning at City blog reader you may have spotted More)
Not Just for Surveys: Qualtrics for Game-Based Learning
As an educational technologist, one of my favourite challenges is to re-purpose technology to fit teaching and learning needs. The best example of this to date for me is using Qualtrics, branded as “Research, Survey and Experience Software” to create (More)
On Confidence Grids
LEaD have a weekly Educational Technology drop-in session for academics or course office staff to have a space and some time to get support and/or advice without needing an appointment or a Service Now ticket. For us, it’s a great way to better under (More)
Funding opportunity to develop your teaching
Would you like to implement a new approach to teaching or a new assessment activity? Or, do you want to undertake a research study to evaluate an approach you have (More)
Cutting the cables
It’s a big room. There are hundreds of faces out there, all looking at me. I don’t want to be pinned behind that thing for the whole lecture - I need to be able to move about, to pace, to engage. Ever find yourself stuck behind the lectern in somewh (More)
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