Tag: Digital


Low Code App Development: Countdown to Lincoln

Ben Atkinson-Foster – Digital Education Developer, College of Arts – Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching – Staff Profile Last year, I had the opportunity to work on a project which was delivered in partnership with School of Computer Science at the University of Lincoln and lead by Andy Beggan, Dean of Digital Education. InRead More about Low Code App Development: Countdown to Lincoln.


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

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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 activeRead More about Introducing The Concept Suite.


Fostering Independence through Effective Personal Tutoring | LALTCON18

The LALT Conference (LALTCON18) was open to all staff and students on Wednesday 14th November 2018. The day hosted a range of activities aiming to showcase research on teaching practices and methods of supporting students with independent learning. Staff and student contributors from across the University of Lincoln community delivered presentations. Title: Fostering Independence throughRead More about Fostering Independence through Effective Personal Tutoring | LALTCON18.


Research Project: Extra-Curricular Activity | LALTCON18

The LALT Conference (LALTCON18) was open to all staff and students on Wednesday 14th November 2018. The day hosted a range of activities aiming to showcase research on teaching practices and methods of supporting students with independent learning. Staff and student contributors from across the University of Lincoln community delivered presentations. Title: Student Research Project:Read More about Research Project: Extra-Curricular Activity | LALTCON18.

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LALTCON18 | Fostering Student Independent Research

The LALT Conference (LALTCON18) was open to all staff and students on Wednesday 14th November 2018. The day hosted a range of activities aiming to showcase research on teaching practices and methods of supporting students with independent learning. Staff and student contributors from across the University of Lincoln community delivered presentations. Title: Fostering Student IndependentRead More about LALTCON18 | Fostering Student Independent Research.


Video Feedback on Student Performance

Dr Robert Dean –  Principal Lecturer/ Programme Leader – School of Fine & Performing Arts – Staff Profile Below is a short summary of a video case study we captured with Dr. Rob Dean. Summary: When putting on practical/dramatic performance, the work that the students’ produce is quite detailed. Reflecting this inside of written feedback canRead More about Video Feedback on Student Performance.

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(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.