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Electronic resources

Electronic resources

The University has a broad range of electronic resources that are of real value to pupils and teachers. These resources cover a variety of age groups and subjects, they either enrich or directly relate to the school curriculum.

Please see below for a selection of these resources, alongside recommendations for resources to find out more about Higher Education.

Pre-16

 
Business and economics

Economics

  • What is Economics?: a series of short videos providing an insight into what Economics students and staff get up to
  • Preferences for Truth-telling: a short clip showcasing research conducted by academics at the University of Nottingham 
 
Geography
 
Science and engineering

Biosciences

Chemistry

Pharmacy

  • Build a virus in this interactive learning package that helps early KS3 pupils understand the dynamics of the current pandemic
  • Build a worm in this fun, yet informative, activity which will allow early KS3 pupils to investigate how parasites can make us ill
  • Investigate engaging case studies to learn how scientists use their knowledge of genetics to decode and cure different viruses, such as COVID and Giardia

Physics

 
Online schooling
 

 

 Post-16

 

Business and economics

Economics

The School of Economics has made a series of short videos providing an insight into what it's students and staff get up to, what an economics degree entails and how some of the research done by the School’s academics can be understood in the real world.

PwC

 

 
English
 
Geography
 
History
 
Media, Languages and Culture
 
Medical sciences
 

Science and engineering

Chemistry

Computer science

Engineering

Pharmacy

  • Explore 'Why is a pill a pill?' in this interactive learning package that investigates the different formualtions of medicine and why some vaccines need to be injected

Physics and Astronomy

 
Social sciences

The UnBias project 

The UnBias project is an interdisciplinary research team from the Universities of Nottingham, Oxford and Edinburgh, focused on understanding young peoples' attitudes, concerns and recommendations for change when using the internet.  

They have produced a number of tools aimed to promote awareness about how algorithms shape online experiences: 

 
Theology and Religious Studies
 
Arts
 
Explore higher education 
 
Experience the University of Nottingham

Campus tours

  • Virtual Tour: Explore all three of our award winning UK campuses in 360 degree images and videos 

Accomodation

360 building tours

 Student experience videos