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Embracing OneNote through Curriculum design – Police Studies Students as co-producers

February 23rd, 2018 / 1929 Views / 0 comment(s)

By Katie Strudwick – Lecturer – School of Social and Political Science – Staff Profile When embarking on the journey of developing new modules in curricula design, as co-ordinators we often face a number of pedagogical questions or ‘dilemmas’. This is my journey as coordinator of a level three optional module Police Studies (within the […]

Using Microsoft Forms to Map a Learning Journey

February 15th, 2018 / 1391 Views / 0 comment(s)

By Dr. Paula O’Brien (Senior Lecturer – LIBS) – Staff Profile  & Christopher Wardle-Cousins (E-learning developer, LIBS) – Staff Profile As part of Office 365, Microsoft has developed Forms, and online tool for creating and sharing forms, surveys, and questionnaires quickly and easily. All you need to do is login to your University provided Office 365 account (http://365.lincoln.ac.uk), and […]

Conversation with: Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor

January 29th, 2018 / 1692 Views / 0 comment(s)

Luke Birch (1st year, Film and Television student) interviews Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, about the opportunities and challenges currently facing students in HE today. In the video, Prof Stuart also discusses her own educational ethos, her time leading the University and her views on the changing landscape of HE […]

Using Blog Sites to assist with Formative Assessment

December 2nd, 2017 / 3739 Views / 0 comment(s)

  By Kirsty Bundy (Senior Lecturer in Physical Education) – Staff Profile Many students who follow this course are interested in pursuing a career in teaching and as such, we felt that we wanted to provide them with a useful resource in which they could store their work, assessments and other resources they are given and […]

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