Research methods: Semiotics and signification
This resource is part of "Research methods" module. This module is designed primarily for students taking sport-related courses, but knowledge and use of research methods is widely shared across a range of social science disciplines, so students from any other such discipline should find this useful too. It is important to focus on methods, almost to the exclusion of any actual content, at least until you find your bearings. Thus although there are important differences between them students of
Working with charts, graphs and tables
Your course might not include any maths or technical content but, at some point during your course, it’s likely that you’ll come across information represented in charts, graphs and tables. You’ll be expected to know how to interpret this information. This unit will help you to develop the skills you need to do this. This unit can be used in conjunction with the ‘More working with charts, graphs and tables’ unit, which looks into more ways to present statistical information and shows y
Virtual Maths - Basic Structures, shear force point of load
Interactive simulation demonstrating shear force at point of load
You could use templates to begin the process of reflection. Here is a template based on learning outcomes that you can modify for your own use. Add your own learning outcomes and appropriate questions
Promoting mental health and wellbeing of older carers
E-learning package containing interactive resources to aid awareness of mental health needs of older carers. The resource is structured around three stories about the experience of older carers to trigger reflective learning. It also contains three editions of an e-magazine to support development of reflective skills. Users can access a downloadable reflective log book to track learning and future development needs. Each story will enable thinking about how the unique demands of being a carer in
Making A Difference: 'Tell Me Again' Core Skills DVD
This DVD offers clear and insightful guidance on performing basic core skills for garment construction with professional techniques. Examples include a step-by-step demo on making a hem and making a variety of seams. It also covers repetitive tasks as threading the machine, and winding the bobbin. The sections are approximately 2 minutes long with a voice over to illuminate the demonstrations. The video was made through CLIP/CETL as a learning resource only for London College of Fashion and Univ
Undertaking a SKILLS AUDIT to inform a practice based research proposal for Masters level study (act
An activity assignment for post-graduate Contemporary Applied Arts students to undertake a self-assessment skills audit as a precursor activity to developing a practice-based research proposal. Activity 1 of 2.
Gold Aquascutum Coat
Gold coat, single breasted with five large gold buttons to centre front. Shirt-style collar with press-stud to secure. Inset pockets (top stitched) with gold button trim. Long sleeves, vented at wrist with gold button trim. Top stitch detail to waist and collar. Fully lined.. Maker: Aquascutum. Date: 1965 - 1969 - from the The Betty Smithers Design Collection at Staffordshire University.
Developing Sustainable Development Activity 1: Introduction - Implementing Sustainability
Sustainable development encapsulates many principles and ideals offering alternative visions of the world as it could be; but there is no single consensus amongst academic critiques and practitioners of its central tenets that would serve to underpin its implementation. This activity introduces the contested nature of the concept.
Jim McNamara on Thunder Radio
Thunder Radio host Richard Kim chats Nov. 4, 2010, with Thunderbird graduate Jim McNamara of Panamax Films.
Albert Einstein: First Love
In 1896, Albert Einstein arrived at the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School. In this video clip, learn how there he discovered the two things that will become major aspects of his life; intellectual freedom and women. (3:09)
Fact Sheet: Broad Bean (Vicia faba)