Some interim findings of the Active Online Reading student survey

Yesterday, we presented some interim findings from our student survey in a poster at a Unesco Inclusive Policy Lab event, Education and Digital Skills: A Conversation Event. You can see the poster here: You can also download the poster as a pdf here. We’ll be writing a longer blog post early next week with moreContinue reading Some interim findings of the Active Online Reading student survey

Launching the Active Online Reading project

Last week saw the official launch of the Active Online Reading project, which is co-funded by the QAA and Talis as part of the former’s Collaborative Enhancement scheme. You can see a recording of the launch event here. The project will run until spring 2022 and will involve staff and students from a range ofContinue reading Launching the Active Online Reading project

Student-authored training resources published

We’ve just published a number of student-produced Xerte objects on a variety of essay-writing skills at the following pages. Check them out – the students have done a great job! Proofreading your essay: https://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/secondary-sources/essay-writing/proofreading/ Using apostrophes: https://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/secondary-sources/essay-writing/apostrophes/ Style guide for History at University of Lincoln (including bibliographies, footnotes, grammar and presentation): https://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/resources/online-style-guide-for-history-students-at-lincoln/