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Open educational resources

There are a variety of ways in which we share our research, learning and teaching resources and findings. These include publications, journal articles, conference proceedings, public lectures, and online interactive content.

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Open educational resources: publications

Publications 

 

Publications and articles are available for download in a variety of locations, including:

Open educational resources: teaching and learning

Open courseware 

 

Teaching and learning resources can be found in a variety of locations including:

 

 

Publications by academic staff member

Please see individual academic staff profiles for further publications

Open educational resources: public events

Conferences and Events

 

Many of our lectures, seminars and conferences are open to members of the public.

Mature students' information afternoon

Date
03/07/2015
Location:
Physics Building, University Park Campus
Description
An information event for any aspiring mature students (aged 21 or over) interested in studying for the first time at university, including the new arts foundation degree.

Summer School in Corpus Linguistics: Tools and Applications

Date
07 - 09/07/2015
Location:
Trent Building
Description
This Summer School will cover the latest developments in corpus tools and corpus applications through an intensive programme of interactive sessions to be run by leading figures in the field. It will provide participants with in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge methods and techniques for undertaking advanced research. This event is open to undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students who want to improve their skills to apply corpus methods and use corpus tools in their own research. The programme aims at providing detailed introductions to the latest developments in software and techniques in the field, with practical hands-on sessions on how to employ these in your own research. Given the specialised nature of the programme, a basic understanding of corpus linguistics is recommended.

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Faculty of Arts

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 846 8502
email: helen.frost@nottingham.ac.uk