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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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Case Study: Developing LING200 into an online resource

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The core aim of the project, supervised by Professor Alison Sealey, was to produce a suite of materials to support the 2nd year module in the Department of Linguistics and English Language (LING200) that prepares students for their 3rd year dissertations. Feedback from both staff and students suggested that the current format was not working […]

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Case Study: Enhancing Moodle Accessibility

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Manish along with Rebecca Marsden, Ann-Marie Houghton and Sue Cranmer from the Educational Research Department set out to identify best practices for adding materials onto Moodle in the ‘Enhancing Moodle Accessibility’ project.  This was urgently needed given that students and staff access Moodle from a range of web-enabled devices and staff may not know how […]

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Case Study: Online grammar assessment for European Languages

Challenges of Online Assessments

  by Marta Muntoni, Department of European  Languages and Culture. Academic: Birgit Smith. As the world becomes increasingly digitalised, the physical and the digital worlds are becoming ever more intertwined.  I was part of a project that aimed to see if the digitisation of the department of European languages (DELC) was possible, with a particular […]

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Accessing Moodle – Project Experiences and the Next Steps

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Carla has been working with Rebecca Marsden, Ann-Marie Houghton and Sue Cranmer from the Educational Research Department to find out ‘How students access Moodle’. They have been busy building a survey, which they successfully launched on June 1st and closed on June 24th 2016. The launch took place later than anticipated due to a combination […]

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Network Learning for Placement Students: August 2016

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In our LUMSNET project we are creating a Moodle page full of engaging and informative videos and resources for pre-placement students. The idea is to provide a one-stop platform that supports students embarking on their placement journey, providing a range of information these students would find useful and engaging. The resources will be aimed at […]

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Supporting Study Abroad: Project Update (June 2016)

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Zak Varty, is working with Stephen Power (the Maths & Stats Study Abroad Coordinator) to develop a dedicated Moodle page with a range of content for study abroad students in his department. He hopes students will use it to discover what to expect from a year abroad at a Partner University. Zak’s update: Things have […]

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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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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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