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Blended Learning Examples

Please note the Faculty eLearning team has not necessarily supported/worked with academic colleagues for all the blended learning examples showcased here. The Faculty eLearning team is, however, able to support all activity shown here. See the list of services that relate to each example for what is involved and how we can help.

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  • Test banks for Formative Self-assessment and Feedback

    Test banks for Formative Self-assessment and Feedback

    Importing quizzes from external sources directly into a Blackboard course

  • Learning through role play

    Learning through role play

    Using various Blackboard tools, Drs. Nuno Ferreira and Anna Verges designed a role-playing exercise which modelled the EU law making process.

  • Developing online contact

    Developing online contact

    Jonathan Spencer, School of Law, discusses the use of wikis, online office hours and other forms of online contact between staff and students.

  • Assessed group wikis

    Assessed group wikis

    Students on the 3rd year mental Health Law course worked in groups to develop a wiki as part of their final assessment. Collaborating within the Blackboard environment they made use of wiki & discussion tools and orientation materials developed by their tutor.

  • Enhancing student social spaces in Law

    Enhancing student social spaces in Law

    This project was funded by Faculty Student Retention Funding in 2010-11. It aimed to improve areas of the Williamson Building and facilities for students.

  • Student perceptions of feedback in the School of Law

    Student perceptions of feedback in the School of Law

    This project was funded by retention funding in 2010-11. The purpose of this study was to consult, via focus group, final year undergraduate students who had recently completed the NSS on their perceptions of feedback in the School of Law.

  • Piloting eFeedback on Handwritten Exams

    Piloting eFeedback on Handwritten Exams

    This presentation was given by Jon Shute at the January 2015 Humanities Showcase.