Author Archives: Jamie Wood

Xerte workshops at Lincoln

We are pleased to announce that we’ll be running two workshops at the University of Lincoln in June as part of our Talking Xerte project. We’re bringing in colleagues from other institutions who have used Xerte to talk about their experiences. We … Continue reading

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International Visiting Fellowship in Medieval History at UoL

The University of Lincoln is pleased to offer a non‐stipendiary Visiting Fellowship in Medieval History. Applications are invited from international scholars specializing in medieval history. It is anticipated that the Fellowship will be suitable for scholars who wish to have … Continue reading

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Teaching about identity in the ancient world using YouTube

For more on this see the post I just made on the Changing Romans blog: GOTHS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. Jamie

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2 case studies submitted to the HEA’s Flexible pedagogies project

We’ve just submitted two case studies to the HEA’s Flexible pedagogies: preparing for the future project, which aims to identify “pedagogies that are going to empower student learning, offering increased choice, and above all, facilitate high quality provision.” We submitted … Continue reading

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Talking Xerte at Lincoln

A few weeks ago we heard that we’d been successful in getting some project funding from the Centre for Educational Research and Development as part of their Fund for Educational Development. The project will involve sharing our experiences of using Xerte in History with colleagues … Continue reading

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