Roll-top Cigarette Dispenser
Cream plastic cigarette dispenser with roll top which releases five 'arms' at the base, each of which would hold a cigarette. These would be replenished automatically from a container above, which held twenty cigarettes. Red imitation leather side panels.. Maker: Rolinx England. Date: 1950 - 1959 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Air Force Jacket
Airforce blue jaccket vented at back, with epaulettes. Yellow sewn-on bages with wing and leaf insignia on lapels. Top of lapels edged with yellow cord. Epaulettes attached with silver buttons. Two large breast pockets with silver buttons and a further four buttons to centre front. Two large side pockets, also with silver buttons. Turned back cuffs; two inner pockets. Partially lined.. Date: 1940 - 1949 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Desk Tidy with Notelets
Notepad holder with yellow notelets and paperclips. Black plastic housing; marked to front ICL, DRS Kreuzer and Made in West Germany on the back.. Maker: Kreuzer. Date: 1980 - 1989 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Acqua Silk Coat-Dress
Acqua silk coat-dress, single breasted with collar, long sleeves and beaded decoration to edges of collar. Eight beaded buttons from neck to hem. Fully lined with self-coloured satin.. Maker: Peggy French. Date: 1960 - 1965 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Golde Shoe (1), propably part of the jewelery, hugh-heeld, 8 buttons on the lrft side.Little hole at the top prapobly to attached to the necklace.. Maker: Hartnell, Norman. Date: 1942(circa) - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Multi-Coloured Print Dress
Stretch cotton jersey dress; oriental landscape print in orange, blue, black, olive and brown. Squared neck, long sleeves gathered into shirt-style cuffs with single button fasten. A line skirt; plastic zip to centre back.. Date: 1974 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Routes to Success
"Routes to Success" is an introductory-level university course module which has been presented over two semesters to students following the University of Southampton Foundation Year programme in Engineering, Physics and Geophysics. It is divided into three parts, namely "Getting Started in Higher Education" (Pat Maier), "Making Progress" (Martin Counihan) and "Sustaining Success" (Su White). Information about the contents and purpose of "Routes to Success" are in the module specification and
This is the story about a Virtual Patient called John M. He is a little boy who is nearly 3 years old and is brought into Paediatric A&E with bruises. As the case progresses you have to decide on the important aspects of the history and then proceed to investigations in order to make a diagnosis. Depending on your management you have to deal with some associated medical complications.
Interviewee or Interviewer? Getting the best out of the interview experience - Raw Materials
These are the raw materials to a learning activity which explores interviews from the perspective of both the interviewee and the interviewer.It will examine the different types of interview, their structure and purpose. Consideration will also be given to interview protocol. There will be the opportunity to explore a variety of questioning techniques which an interviewer may utilise.A practical framework for interviews is offered from the perspectives of both the interviewer and interviewee, al
Giving, Receiving and Learning from Feedback - Raw Materials
These are the raw materials for the learning activity about feedback. It examines what feedback is, why it is important and its different forms. It explores the characteristics of effective feedback and skills associated with it. The activity not only takes the dual perspective of giving and receiving of feedback, but also considers the learning opportunities feedback presents. Without learning taking place, feedback is redundant, thus methods which encourage learning are also reviewed. Barriers
Getting the most out of interviews
These are the raw materials for a learning activity which explores interviews from the perspective of both the interviewee and the interviewer.It will examine the different types of interview, their structure and purpose. Consideration will also be given to interview protocol. There will be the opportunity to explore a variety of questioning techniques which an interviewer may utilise.A practical framework for interviews is offered from the perspectives of both the interviewer and interviewee, a
This is the story about a Virtual Patient called Ana-Lena Olofsson. The case describes a 15 month old girl with a history of loose stools and failure to thrive. As the case progresses you are able to determine a provisional diagnosis based on the history and examination findings. You have to decide on some initial investigations and interpret the results appropriately. By proceeding to specialist investigations you are able to confirm the diagnosis and then formulate a management plan.
This is the story about a Virtual Patient called Catherine Miller. She is a 5 month old girl who is brought into the Emergency Department by her Father with a high temperature. As you progress through the case you have to interpret the examination findings and then investigations to reach a diagnosis and then formulate a management plan. The potential long term complications of the diagnosis are also discussed.
John v Wessex CC - an Employment Tribunal claim for Unfair Dismissal
A simulation requiring obtaining witness statements prior to completing a claim for unfair dismissal to an employment tribunal or responding to the claim. This is followed by seeking a to negotiate an out of tribunal settlement in accordance with client's instructions. The final stage consists of individual written work in the form of a final submission on behalf of the client to an employment tribunal.
This is the story about a Virtual Patient called Mr Angermeier. The case describes a 48 year old man presenting to A+E with chest pain. As the case progresses, you go through differential diagnosis as well as different management options for acute myocardial infarction. You have to decide on some initial investigations and interpret the results appropriately. The case goes through interpretation of investigations as well as indications and contraindications for each treatment modality. Prior to
LLB computer law
A SIMPLE pack/deploy simulation written for year two and three law undergraduate student. As well as discussing the application of the UK law to domain name disputes this simulation also considers issues relating to computer crime. The domain name www.macroboxcomputing.co.uk does exist and is registered to K.Wall. Tutors are most welcome to re-use this domain name. When downloading from the zip file icon, you will then see two more icons, click on the ordinary Word type icon for the actual docu
Boden Dress and Coat
Matching dress and coat. Dress: sleeveless, high waisted with long zip to centre back. Pink and lime green floral pattern on white background.Label (back): Boden 10L; (inside seam): Made in Morocco; Outer 100% cotton; Lining 65% polyester 35% cotton and laundry instructions. Matching coat: long sleeves, collar and six white buttons to centre front. Waisted at front with pockets/flaps either side. Fully lined in pink. vent at centre back. Label: Boden 12 Made in Poland. Outer 100% cotton Lining 1
Black Straw Lace Dress and Jacket
Black dress and jacket. Jacket of black straw lace has round neck, long sleeves with slightly padded shoulders and is fully lined. Centre front has black taffeta rouleaux loops and black taffeta covered buttons. Sleeve bands and hem are also bound in black taffeta; there are two ties at lower edge. The jacket fronts have small pewter beaded decoration and are softly gathered into bands at cuffs and hem. Darted at front bust. Waisted cocktail dress of same fabric has narrow shoulder straps. Long
Black and Multi-Coloured Laura Philips Gypsy-Style Dress
Black and multi-coloured gypsy-style dress; elasticated, gathered collar trimmed with black lace. 3/4 length sleeves, elasticated and edged in black lace. Floral and geometric pattern at bodice of red, black, white, yellow and green. Lacing detail to centre front of bodice. Long A line skirt in floral, paisley and geometric pattern. Synthetic underskirt. Plastic zip to centre back.Labels: Kati at Laura Philips, Kati Made in England 65% polyester 35% cotton and 12. Maker: Philips, Laura. Date: 19
Apricot negligee, the front is cut staight and in one piece, with bound hem. No fastening, pulled over head, gathered into hand crocheted yoke which is embroidered with flowers.Two panels of self fabric either side of yoke.Bodice darted at bust with short puff sleeves with bound cuffs. Neck is bound as for sleevs and hem. Bodice back is cut in two pieces with a raised waist, joined with hand crochet stitching (possible to save fabric). Long darts let out at front and back (possibly to accomodate