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Case Study: Intercultural Competencies

This Intercultural Competencies training was developed as part of the University’s first Nine Colleges Global Citizenship Programme by student ambassador Holly Laing and academics Olga Gomez-Cash and Claire Povah. The Global Citizenship programme was held in June 2017 with Lancaster students from 14 nationalities taking part. The two-day programme was designed to support students to develop the […]

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Case Study: DSGE Model Interface

DSGE Xerte course with powtoon video

Overview Liyao Dong has worked with her academic Will Tayler on developing training for the Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) model which is used to explain the effect of economic policy on the behaviour of agents and the dynamics of the economy as a whole. It’s one of the most popular macro-economic models in recent […]

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Developing Online Learning with Engaging Content (LING200 Update June 2016)

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Carolina Perez is working with Professor Alison Sealey to improve the effectiveness of LING200 by developing a web page with engaging content that will act as the go-to place for information, advice and development of the skills students need for their dissertation. Here is an update from Carolina on progress so far. What have you […]

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Developing LING 200: Project Update – May 2016

LING 200 Module detail

The LING 200 course is intended to prepare second year students to equip them with the skills needed for their third year dissertation.  The course, although valuable, holds no credit points and it has been argued that the course would benefit from greater digital adaptation to encourage uptake from the students. Carolina Perez and Professor […]

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