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January 2011 showcase

January 2011 showcase

The Faculty hosted a Teaching and Learning Showcase event on Tuesday 11th January 2011.

This event included a number of presentations given by colleagues from across the Faculty to discuss a range of approaches and technologies to improve improving student learning, student experience and the staff experience. The presentations centred around the main themes of:

  • Enhancing student identity
  • Assessment and feedback
  • Managing large classes

There was also the opportunity for staff to find out more about the key technologies that are being used to support teaching and learning, both through the sessions and through demonstrations by the Faculty eLearning Team throughout the afternoon.


Drew Whitworth, School of Education

Gary Lynch-Wood and Jackson Maogoto, School of Law

Karen Clarke and Ian Fairweather, School of Social Sciences

Oliver Bast , School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures

Till Geiger, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures

  • Exploring how interactive electronic learning tools (Wikis) can to improve students’ engagement and discussion of films, literature and material culture as part of the course

Danielle Lyssimachou, Manchester Business School

Emily Bannister, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures

  • Manchester’s Cultural Partnerships – engaging students with the research culture

Mel Giles, Archaeology, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures

  • Archaeology at Manchester: improving the student experience through assessment design and feedback

Tony Simpson, Anthropology, School of Social Sciences

  • Engaging with the discipline

Chris Orme , School of Social Sciences

Demonstration of the use of Creative Commons Licensing: MBS

Reading lists and digitisation of core text with the Library