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Open Data as an Educational Resource – 5 HE case studies over here!

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Launched last Friday (4th Dec 2015) at UCL, this book (which is free to download or read online) contains five case studies about using open data sets for educational purposes, at undergraduate and post graduate level, ranging from teaching data literacy to using the newly available data to study social impact. I would recommend this for

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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 A109. The highlight of the symposium was the keynote that looked at an example of transforming the students experiences of learning using the flipped classroom model. Who’s

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Creating flexible learning spaces and the flipped lecture

Increasingly we are aware that learning does not happen by passively receiving information.  The traditional lecture where one lecturer talks and students sit quietly in rows listening and taking notes has limited use.  At City University London we are bringing about changes in the smaller learning spaces we have to create a number of flexible

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