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Case Study: Digital Literacy for Academic Purposes Training Suite

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The Digital Literacy for Academic Purposes Training Suite project worked with staff and students to create an interactive online learning resource to teach students how to use the internet in a smart and responsible way, in particular focusing on finding reliable research sources and highlighting shortcuts to allow more accurate searching. To learn more about […]

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Case Study: Feel the fear but doing it anyway; Learning experiences of everyday lecturers

Overview This project is part of the Management Schools’ PG LUMSNET DL initiative where over the last 2 years a group of LUMS staff from all the School departments have been involved in an initiative to introduce and learn more about using and integrating digital learning pedagogical ideas, activities and resources into online learning designs […]

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Phase 2 – Creating a structure for an online course

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As discussed in the previous blog, the ambassadors chose FutureLearn to be a potential online platform for the project. Now that an online platform has been identified, the next stage is to come up with a structure/skeleton for the online resources relating to family business education. The main purpose is to come up with an […]

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Phase 1 – Selecting the platform for an innovative online course

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As you may have seen from the project info, the objective of the ‘Developing online resources for Family Business Education’ project is to help family business leaders learn better and faster, using innovative digital teaching methods in order to offer learning resources to a broad and global audience. As a first step, GulAhmed and Giuseppe […]

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Online Assessment for language grammar tests

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Marta Muntoni set out at the beginning of this process hoping to produce an online assessment tool for languages grammar tests. The tool, she had hoped, would allow students to get near immediate feedback on their grammar tests that would also contribute towards their University credits. Unfortunately for Marta, technology in this instance was not […]

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Developing LING 200: Project Update – May 2016

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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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