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Overcoming Isolation in Distance Learning
Aside from the benefits of technology allowing us to work and study remotely, it's important to recognise the potential sense of isolation that many of us and our students may well experience during the Coronavirus situation. The University of the We (More)
Getting to know the 'sticky' campus
"We live in a world where the workforces of today and tomorrow need to continuously learn and constantly reskill in order to flourish ina newly peripatetic and ever-changing job market place. We, as a society can therefore no longer afford to think o (More)
Piloting Innovative and Excellent Teaching and Learning Spaces
LDC in consultation with the Learning Spaces Group(LSG) has recently had a Business Case approved to review rooms that are under-utilised within the campus (More)
Top tips on making your lectures count!
With a sea of distant heads in front of you bowed over their notes it can be very difficult to tell whether your lectures are working well or not. Students will not an (More)
Innovation in Assessment and Feedback
My dual role as University Learning Development Associate in Assessment & Feedback and Senior Lecturer in Music has led me to run several pilot projects in my teaching this academic year (2011-12), exemplifying innovative approaches to the practi (More)
Powerpoints are not the only Route
A4 laminated lecture notes I was very surprised to be contacted recently by an experienced lecturer (More)
Learning Space Design at City, what students really want
In a very recent report from the Students Union to Senate, one of the 5 student community themes put forward concerned  Learning and Social spaces that reflect the value City places on quality education, interaction and collaboration. “Students expe (More)
A Case Study of Interim Assessment in SEMS: Mary Aylmer
Mary Aylmer is a visiting lecturer in the School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (SEMS), teaching the CAD part of the module CV1407 IT skills, Communication, and CAD. She has developed an assessment pattern in which students produce five pie (More)
Use of the Personal Response System for Formative Assessment in Optometry: Dr Byki Huntjens and Dr Steve Gruppetta
With the recent founding of the University Personal Response System (PRS) Steering Group, co-chaired by Dr Siân Lindsay and Farzana Latif, this would seem to be an opportune time to profile one of the innovative approaches implemented within the Univ (More)
Self- and Peer Assessment using Turnitin in SEMS: Cengiz Turkoglu
Cengiz Turkoglu, a Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, principally teaches final-year undergraduate students and one of the MSc Aviation Management modules, with class sizes usually not exceeding 20 students. Each (More)
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