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Video: Guiding students in reading for seminars.

Guiding students in reading for seminars.

What can you do to help and support students who are maybe struggling with those skills? Nick Thomas, History: We tailor the…

1 min 23s video by Nick Thomas, June 2007.

Video: How do academic staff get to know a student is identified as dyslexic?

How do academic staff get to know a student is identified as dyslexic?

What ways do you end up corresponding and communicating with their academic staff? Christine Carter, Academic Support: I think there…

2 min 34s video by Christine Carter et al., June 2007.

Video: How do students know they are dyslexic?

How do students know they are dyslexic?

How was your dyslexia first identified, when did you become aware, and when did that identification lead through to testing…

6 min 48s video by Michael Shaw et al., June 2007.

Video: How might staff identify when dyslexia is affecting a student's work?

How might staff identify when dyslexia is affecting a student's work?

In terms of the prompts that tutors or teachers might pick up on, you’re suggesting written work might be a feature,…

8 min 54s video by Barbara Taylor et al., June 2007.

Video: How a dyslexic student uses handouts during and after the lecture.

How a dyslexic student uses handouts during and after the lecture.

Can you give me an example of a teaching and learning approach that you’ve found beneficial? Joe: Well a lot of the…

2 min 7s video by Joe Cornfield, June 2007.

Video: Introducing podcasting and WebCT: implications for dyslexic students.

Introducing podcasting and WebCT: implications for dyslexic students.

It's the second year of Biogeography teaching that I've been doing now for 6 years, and the lectures, like most lectures, they change…

5 min 3s video by Richard Field, June 2007.

Video: Involving students in large groups: ideas for using interactive handsets.

Involving students in large groups: ideas for using interactive handsets.

With second year students there's an element of confidence as well about whether they feel very happy discussing research…

2 min 41s video by Richard Field et al., June 2007.

Video: Learning from lectures: a dyslexic student's view.

Learning from lectures: a dyslexic student's view.

Are there any teaching and learning strategies that some of your tutors may adopt that are particularly supportive of your…

3 min 13s video by Annie Evans, June 2007.

Video: Making individual adjustments for online exams.

Making individual adjustments for online exams.

So what kinds of things have you typically done for students like a dyslexic student taking an online exam; what reasonable adjustments…

2 min 56s video by Simon Wilkinson et al., June 2007.

Video: Negotiating reasonable adjustments for online exams.

Negotiating reasonable adjustments for online exams.

One of the things that I know you have been involved with is the development and introduction of online assessments, online exams.…

3 min 4s video by Simon Wilkinson, June 2007.

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