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Call for Abstracts : Learning at City Conference - NOW OPEN
LEaD is pleased to open the Call for Abstracts, for the Learning at City Conference, which takes place on the 1st and 2nd July 2020 (More)
Let's Get Active - in January 2020, with 12 new DALI Pods, more whiteboard space and lecture capture comes to the seminar room
  The Designing Active Learning Initiative (DALI) project, spent the winter obtaining feedback from staff on their experienc (More)
What Type of Learning Spaces Should We Design for our Students?
With reference to recent posts on the event last autumn at Orangebox on More)
Interested in Team-based learning?
Team-based learning is not new and has a long history particularly in America. Larry Michaelson, a Professor of Business Management, who helped to establish the TBL approach in the 1970’s, explains: The primary learning objective in TBL is to go bey (More)
E-assessment journey. Examining excellence
In December I attended a conference on e-assessments at BPP University. For me the day seemed to develop in two ways; one focusing more on the philosophy of assessment (More)
Post-its, Posters and Problem-based learning in City’s Learning Spaces
Active learning in classrooms encourages students to work collaboratively and motivate each others’ learning, to clarify their understanding of course content and reflect on different peer perspectives. Take a look at the group work suggestions in ou (More)
Grainne Conole from Open University @ Moodlemoot 2011
New Pedagogies for Social and Participatory Media Conole’s keynote explored open resources for enhanc (More)
Surveys in Sixty Minutes
Focusing on a popular tool in the HE researcher’s toolkit – the survey Sian Lindsay, Lecturer in Learning Development Ajmal Sultany, Research Assistant Learning Development Centre, City University London What we did in a nutshell For one of the L (More)
Learning Development Project - Prof Paul Palmer
This is a case study video of a Learning Development Project completed by Prof Paul Palmer and Hee Yu Lee in 2010. This project provided greater integration of the work of the careers function with the two spine modules in the MSc Management pulling (More)
Point B: A Short Guide to Leading a Big Change
Peter Bregman (2007) Point B: A Sh (More)
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