Lincoln Academy of Learning & Teaching Blog

UROS 2019 Exhibition showcase – 15th october

You are invited to attend an exhibition event showcasing the research that took place as a result of the various UROS funded projects during the last academic year. The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme (UROS) at Lincoln is a competitive bursary scheme designed to encourage undergraduates to become involved with the research work of the University,about .

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HEA Recognition – D1 & D2 Support Session 12th Sept.

This session will begin with a short introduction to applying for D1 or D2, tailored to the needs of attendees and will be followed by an opportunity for applicants to write their applications.Those who are already working on applications are welcome to attend and begin work straight away.  This session will take place on Thursdayabout .

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Development of a ‘real-body’ and motion capture tool (MoveMe 3D)

PI: Dr Tracey Thornborrow – School of Psychology – Staff Profile Co-investigator – Franky Mulloy – Shool of Sport and Exercise Science – Staff Profile | Prof. David Mullineaux – School of Sport and Exercise Science – Staff Profile | Prof. Martin Tovee  – School of Psychology – Staff Profile | Prof. Luc Bidaut – School ofabout .

An image of a computer generated woman with the words move me 3d in blue and white.

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Engaging Students at a Distance (Using Blackboard Collaborate)

Chang Ge –  Lecturer – Department of People and Organisation – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Chang Ge. Summary: Chang Ge utilises online synchronous discussion webinars to support and enhance the workplace distance learners’ experience of University.  Work-based distance learners don’t have physical access to allabout .

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Certification of Digital Skills at the University of Lincoln

Dr. Derek Foster –  Principal Lecturer – School of Computer Science – Staff Profile Dr. Michael Shaw–  Digital Education Developer – Digital Education & Student Life – Staff Profile In June, at the British Library, Derek Foster (Principle Lecturer) presented the outstanding work that the Computer Science team have been doing using Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)about .

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Providing Quality Feedback in a Timely Manner

Richard Allarton –  Principal Lecturer/ Programme Leader – School of Engineering – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Richard Allarton. To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Richard Allarton creates time efficient processes for delivering quality formative and summative feedback to students.  Thisabout .

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Introducing The Concept Suite

The Concept Suite is a a new innovative digitally enhanced active learning space for up to 25 students. It aims to blur the boundaries between disciplines, between formal and informal learning, and between learning and creative practice. Guiding principles for the room To encourage dispersed group teaching To provide flexible focus points To support activeabout .

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Delivering Practical Demonstrations Digitally (Panopto)

Ann Draycott –  Senior Lecturer – Lincoln School of Design – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Ann Draycott. To see the full version of the video please follow this link. Summary: Ann Draycott develops a wealth of video resources to guide students through technical procedures.  This flipped-classroom approachabout .

Title image | Digital Education Case Study | Delivery Practical Demonstrations Digitally (Using Panopto)

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“Belonging: A Critical Influence on Student Engagement and Wellbeing in the First Year” – A talk by Dr Ella Kahu – 24 June

We are delighted to announce that Dr Ella Kahu (Massey University in New Zealand) will give a special lecture on “Belonging: A critical influence on student engagement and well-being in the first year” from 3pm-5pm on Monday 24 June in INB0114. About this Event Exploring student engagement in the first year: Multifaceted, contextual, and dynamicabout .