Category: Digital


(ABC Workshop) – Developing Digital Tools to Support Level One Law Students

Dr Alexandra Bohm –  Senior Lecturer/ Digital Lead – Law – College of Social Science – Staff Profile The problem of encouraging independent learning In the level one module that I co-ordinate, tort law, we noticed that students seemed to struggle with developing the skill of self-assessment and understanding their strengths and weaknesses during the early partRead More about (ABC Workshop) – Developing Digital Tools to Support Level One Law Students.


Digital Student Ambassador Group (DSAG)

Dr Hanya Pielichaty –  Senior Lecturer/ Programme Leader/ Digital Lead – Lincoln International Business School – Staff Profile DSAG is the first student-led group of its kind across the university. Previously there had not been an organised group for students to join to assist them with the transition from studying to ‘digital’ industry. Furthermore, thereRead More about Digital Student Ambassador Group (DSAG).


Using Collaborate Ultra for Discussion     

By Chang Ge – Lecturer/ Digital Lead – Lincoln International Business School – Staff Profile & Daniel Wakefield – Engagement Officer – Digital Education – Staff Profile The recent weather conditions have, unfortunately, kept staff and students away from campus. However, this didn’t discourage the digital education team into cancel their Digital Education Sub Group (DESG) meeting.Read More about Using Collaborate Ultra for Discussion     .


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

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 theRead More about Embracing OneNote through Curriculum design – Police Studies Students as co-producers.


Virtual Reality Blacksmith Project

By John Murray(Principal Lecturer – College of Science) – Staff Profile The project Dr Murray and his team, Andrew Cardwell and Liam Wilson, students in Games Computing at the University, received a Heritage Lottery Fund for a Virtual Reality blacksmith project, which aimed to revive the process of traditional blacksmith crafting techniques and craftsmanship forRead More about Virtual Reality Blacksmith Project.


Using Blog Sites to assist with Formative Assessment

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 produceRead More about Using Blog Sites to assist with Formative Assessment.


Using Lynda.com to Enhance our Learning and Teaching

By Stephen Young (Technician – Media Production) – Staff Profile Lynda.com is an incredible online training resource which is available to members of staff at the University of Lincoln. Users can browse courses in a variety of subject areas, taught by experts in their field and made up of bitesize videos in an easy toRead More about Using Lynda.com to Enhance our Learning and Teaching.


Pin-ups With Pixels – creating the 21st Century arts crit room

This article explores the importance of the group critique in arts education and how it is evolving through the digital age citing the development of the College of Arts Digital Crit Room at the University of Lincoln. By Gyles Lingwood (Director of Education – College of Arts) – Staff Profile  &Kerry Pinny (Senior Academic Technologist – University ofRead More about Pin-ups With Pixels – creating the 21st Century arts crit room.


The Emerging Realities of Digital Education – Exploring new dimensions

By Stephen Fisher (Learning Adviser – Digital Media & Design) – Staff Profile With the popularisation of mobile phones and on the go media, why is it that classroom-based education is somewhat reluctant to change? We can access help, support and tutorials at any time of the day and night yet education, as with many jobs,Read More about The Emerging Realities of Digital Education – Exploring new dimensions.