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Block 3 Introduction and Tour May 2022

Introduction to Block 3 of Foundations of Academic Practice

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engage - Enhancing student participation in taught courses through active learning and reflective practices

Presented by Rachel Howell, Lecturer in Sociology / Sustainable Development, School of Social and Political Science & Ana Díaz Vidal, Undergraduate Student, School of Social and Political…

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engage - Engaging online students

engage session 13th January 2022

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engage - Is ‘mattering’ a more helpful way of thinking about student belonging at university?

Presented by:Peter Felten, Assistant Provost for Teaching and Learning, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and Professor of History, Elon University, USA and Heidi Weston, Undergraduate…

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Searching Research Literature (IAD PGT)

A recording of an IAD session for taught postgraduates delivered on the 10th November 2021. The session was aimed to help people know: What to consider before starting to find academic literature.…

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(PGR only) How-to get off to an effective start with your research degree

The Institute for Academic Development team share key tips and advice for making the most of your first few months. 1. Introduction to the importance of taking ownership for your personal and…

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(PGR Only) How-to manage your time as a research student

The Institute for Academic Development team share advice and tips for managing your time effectively as a research student. 1.Understand the importance of time management as a research student 2.…

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(PGR Only) How-to get into good writing habits

The Institute for Academic Development team share advice and resources for getting into good writing habits as a research student. 1. Understand the importance of establishing regular writing habits…

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(UG and PGT) How-to manage your time

This how-to session is for Postgraduate Taught and Undergraduate students. It is important to make effective use of your time in order to achieve a balance between your studies, work, and…

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(UG and PGT) How-to manage your reading

In this session, there will be a short presentation on effectively managing your reading, followed by time for questions. By the end you will have some techniques you can use in your studies, and…

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(UG and PGT) How to gain academic confidence

Starting your university course or programme can be very exciting, but you may also you may also have some concerns about your studies. This session aims to help you get the best possible…

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(UG and PGT) How- to develop your study skills

There are many different skills which will help you study effectively at university, this session offers an introduction to these.

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IAD Learning and Teaching Online Hangout - Reflections on Inclusive Curricula

A video from a recent online event discussing inclusive curricula

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Introduction to Learning about Curriculum Transformation from Institutions Internationally

A video introduction to a paper for the Curriculum Transformation Hub

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Video Abstract - Teaching about Wicked Problems

A video abstract for this research paper: Velda McCune, Rebekah Tauritz, Sharon Boyd, Andrew Cross, Peter Higgins& Jenny Scoles (2021): Teaching wicked problems in higher education: ways of…

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engage: High Impact Practices: why we should pay attention to practices that offer disproportionate benefits to underserved students

Dr Catherine Bovill, Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement, Institute for Academic Development

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