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Making Digital History’s weekly links 06/14/2014

Thanasoulas – What is Learner Autonomy? Tags: learner autonomy, resources, cognitive strategies, learning Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online Tags: resources, Judith Boettcher, online courses, online learning, online teaching, best practice Center for teaching and Learning – Syllabus Tutorial Tags: … Continue reading

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Digital Literacy: Building Learning Communities in the Humanities, Liverpool 2 April 2014

The HEA-funded event ‘Digital Literacy: Building Learning Communities in the Humanities’, organized by Dr Clare Horrocks (Liverpool John Moores University), was an excellent forum for discussion for colleagues and experts in the HE sector to provide thought-provoking examples and to … Continue reading

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3 (minutes) is the perfect number…to share good practices!

What do some members of staff from the Schools of Humanities, Sport and Exercise Science, Media, Life Sciences and Architecture do sitting together in a room? The answer is simple and yet exciting: sharing ideas and information, inspiring each other. … Continue reading

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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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University of Sheffield Students as Partners event 22 October 2013

This was a very interesting event attended by staff and students from a wide range of UK universities, representing older and newer institutions, and a number of different subject areas, alongside a diverse array of approaches. In almost all of … Continue reading

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