# CETL RLOs

The table below lists selected RLOs developed for the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) for Reusable Learning Objects, by staff in the CETL member institutions. The list is sorted alphabetically by title, and the RLOs fall under a range of broad headings, colour-coded for clarity.

 Numeracy Study Skills Statistics

Although we make every attempt to keep this list up to date, new RLOs are being continually produced by the CETL, so for the definitive list see the RLO catalogue on the CETL website.

CETL RLOs available for use
Title Description Developing Institution(s)
Essential Maths for Medics and Vets
Module 1 | Module 2
A series of assessments and remedial online material to ensure that all medical and veterinary students (MVST) are familiar with and confident using the essential mathematical skills they need for their work. The material comprises formative tests, multimedia tutorials, summative assessments, reference material and a glossary. University of Cambridge
Reflective writing An interactive resource to help students with reflective writing. It includes theory on reflective writing and learning cycles, a quiz on learning styles, and has video clips of students talking about their experiences of completing reflective writing projects.
London Metropolitan University
Stats for Sociologists: Recognising and interpreting cross-tabular data How to convert survey or experimental data into cross tabular data and the steps involved in this process. One of the ongoing controversies in the world of modern music is the alarming number of premature deaths that occur - often in tragic or spectacular circumstances. What we're going to show you at first in this exercise is how, by analysing some data about these deaths, we can perhaps understand more about the causes and nature of these deaths. University of Cambridge
Understanding Probability This RLO is comprised of five parts: Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, Pie Charts, and Probability. Each part can be used on its own, and gives a simple introduction to the concept, with visual illustrations. London Metropolitan University