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Video: Planning module content: mind-mapping, podcasting and WebCT.

Planning module content: mind-mapping, podcasting and WebCT.

I actually planned it out, and I wanted to deliver it via what we call mind maps. Our first years have a series of lectures…

2 min 28s video by Richard Field, June 2007.

Video: Podcasting Maths lectures: how and why?

Podcasting Maths lectures: how and why?

So I understand that you’ve been experimenting with the use of audio podcasting; tell me how that’s gone.…

3 min 2s video by Joel Feinstein, June 2007.

Video: Providing annotated slides as handouts after lectures.

Providing annotated slides as handouts after lectures.

One lecturer would have the notes on pdf, and he’d have them on his computer, and as the lecture went on, he'd project…

6 min 24s video by Joe Cornfield et al., June 2007.

Video: Providing notes in advance: benefits for students.

Providing notes in advance: benefits for students.

Certainly I personally I know a lot of members of staff don't actually keep notes so many members of staff will go into a…

2 min 44s video by Nick Thomas et al., June 2007.

Video: Purposes of student-led seminars: development of transferable skills.

Purposes of student-led seminars: development of transferable skills.

I wanted to ask you about seminars and seminar teaching. What is it you actually want your students to gain from participating…

2 min 21s video by Nick Thomas, June 2007.

Video: Setting up seminars for productive learning.

Setting up seminars for productive learning.

How to help students effectively prepare for seminars bearing in mind that there's this wide set of skills which we want…

1 min 58s video by Nick Thomas, June 2007.

Video: Strategies that dyslexic students use when reading.

Strategies that dyslexic students use when reading.

How do you find doing research where you’re now having to read lots of journal articles and things like that? Can you…

4 min 48s video by Ryan Beardsley et al., June 2007.

Video: Students taking the lead with their supervisor.

Students taking the lead with their supervisor.

When I used to go and see my tutor about my project I used to tape what he said and I used to explain to him that…

1 min 31s video by Michael Shaw et al., June 2007.

Video: Students tape recording lectures and meetings.

Students tape recording lectures and meetings.

Have you ever had students tape-recording in your lecture? Nick Thomas, History: Yes, it's perfectly possible for students…

2 min 47s video by Nick Thomas et al., June 2007.

Video: Support for writing skills.

Support for writing skills.

Students are going to need to develop very high levels of writing and argument and different ways of presenting their ideas…

1 min 46s video by Andrew Fisher, June 2007.

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