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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): How Staff are Responding to the Mobile Technologies Their Students Bring With Them to Class
The end of the year yields an opportune time to reflect upon various teaching innovations that have been discussed, written about, and presented earlier in the year, but which have not yet been included on the Educational Vignettes website. In this, (More)
Research and Practice Informed Teaching Case Studies: Professor Scott Moeller
In the second of our Research and Practice Informed Teaching case studies we hear from Professor Scott Moeller, who has been teaching at Cass Business School since 2003. Scott is director of the Mergers and Acquisitions Research Centre at Cass an (More)
Research and Practice Informed Teaching Case Studies: Dr Luke McDonagh, The City Law School
To mark the launch of the new Learning Enhancement and Development Educational Research (LEaDER) Centre, LEaD wanted to celebrate examples of best practice in relation to teaching and learning at City, University of London. As part of this, we ha (More)
Research and Practice Informed Teaching Case Studies: Paul Dunn, School of Arts and Social Sciences
In the latest Research and Practice Informed Teaching case study we hear from Paul Dunn, a Visiting Lecturer on the MA Journalism programme in the School of Arts and Social Sciences. Paul has over forty years of experience as a journalist and has (More)
Flipping a large cohort of engineering students case study
I was recently playing host for an Evaluation of Learners' Experiences of e-learning Special Interest Group (ELESIG) Summer Symposium held in one of our very own flexible spaces 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)
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)
Post maternity leave - a refresher's synopsis of City's events 2019
I have been most fortunate this year to have had the privilege of attending several events at our university and I am truly grateful for that especially after returning from my second maternity leave. When you return to work after an extended period, (More)
Phasing Out Turning Point Clickers
Turning Point Clickers have performed a faithful student response system service for many years across the University, being borrowed and returned in locations near and far, and this was an excellent system to prove how valuable response systems are (More)
50 % * of our teaching rooms in the University have been improved - with a new DALI teaching Pod
  The Designing Active Learning Initiative (DALI) project, spent the Summer busily focussing on our fourth year of works, to (More)
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