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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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  • Providing automatic feedback in large cohorts

    Providing automatic feedback in large cohorts

    In-house test banks for formative and summative assessment

  • Jump Start Your Lectures

    Jump Start Your Lectures

    Dr Danielle Lyssimachou, from the Manchester Business School suggests using tests at the start of lectures to engage students.

  • Use of case studies in lectures

    Use of case studies in lectures

    John Pal, Alliance Manchester Business School, shows the benefits of using the case studies approach to teaching. He has used this teaching approach since at least 2011 and continues to find it an important teaching method.

  • Using Turnitin as a Teaching Device

    Using Turnitin as a Teaching Device

    This presentation illustrates how Turnitin can be used as a device to teach students about what plagiarism is and how they can avoid it. Other tips on working with students to improve referencing and citation will also be discussed.

  • MBS Student Bloggers

    MBS Student Bloggers

    Blogs were produced by students and feature on the school website to help prospective students gain a real-life insight into what it is like to study at MBS. The project was funded by retention funding in 11/12.

  • Providing student feedback via Blackboard eLearning tools.

    Providing student feedback via Blackboard eLearning tools.

    This is Norman Strong's bid for Teaching Enhancement and Student Support (TESS) funding in 2010-11. The objective was to exploit Blackboard's Assessments tool, primarily to enhance the students' learning experience, but also to address the University's Feedback Policy in as efficient and effective way as possible.

  • MBS Head of School 'Town Hall' Student Experience UG Feedback Meeting

    MBS Head of School 'Town Hall' Student Experience UG Feedback Meeting

    This was a retention funded project in 2010/11. MBS Undergraduate Services proposed a large scale event for the School to promote School identity and engagement.

  • Staff Mentoring for Teaching Development

    Staff Mentoring for Teaching Development

    This presentation was given at the January 2014 Humanities Showcase by Dr Elinor O'Connor. Elinor has developed and introduced a confidential mentoring scheme to support academic staff in developing their teaching at Manchester Business School and will host a presentation to share her experience of this at the Showcase.

  • AMBS Interactive Teaching Tools

    AMBS Interactive Teaching Tools

    Enhancing Lectures with Interactive Teaching Tools