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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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  • Using a Tablet PC and Microsoft OneNote to deliver lectures and provide feedback

    Using a Tablet PC and Microsoft OneNote to deliver lectures and provide feedback

    Adam Ozanne uses a Tablet PC and Microsoft One Note to deliver lectures and provide feedback to a large first year course, ECON10061 'Introductory Mathematics'. This presentation given at the January 2013 Humanities showcase provides an update to his previous talk.
    Adam's 'Introductory Mathematics' course was also a highly commended entry in the 2012-13 Best on Blackboard competetion.

  • Audiobook - a teaching idea

    Audiobook - a teaching idea

    This was a highly-commended entry (a TESS project) for the 2011-12 Best on Blackboard competition from Susana Lorenzo-Zamorano. The project involved final year Spanish language students in the creation of audiobooks (completely original short stories, with Hispanic content).

  • Enhanced lecture material in Blackboard, using podcasts and quizzes

    Enhanced lecture material in Blackboard, using podcasts and quizzes

    This was a highly-commended entry for the 2011-12 Best on Blackboard competition from Wiebke Brockhaus-Grand for the course LALC10221A Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology.

  • Enhancing Blackboard by using discussion boards and voice tools

    Enhancing Blackboard by using discussion boards and voice tools

    This was a highly-commended entry for the 2011-12 Best on Blackboard competition from Maria Alvarez-Madrigal for the course ULSP 10010 Beginners Spanish.

  • Group tasks using discussions, wikis on a blended learning course

    Group tasks using discussions, wikis on a blended learning course

    This was a highly-commended entry for the 2011-12 Best on Blackboard competition from Matthew Philpotts for the course GERM20362 Culture and Dictatorship in 20th Century Germany.

  • Blended learning activities to support tutorials

    Blended learning activities to support tutorials

    These Econometrics courses from Ralf Becker were a highly-commended entry for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 Best on Blackboard competition. The courses were ECON20110- ECON30370 Econometrics, and ECON10062 Introduction to Statistics.

  • The Education of Language Teachers

    The Education of Language Teachers

    This course, EDUC70130, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013 Best on Blackboard competition from Diane Slaouti in Education.

  • Professional Development Supervision in Community and Youth Work

    Professional Development Supervision in Community and Youth Work

    This course, EDUC30692, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013 Best on Blackboard competition from Kate Sapin in Education.

  • French Language and Life

    French Language and Life

    This course, FREN10210 French Language and Life 1, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013 Best on Blackboard competition from Annie Morton, Olivier Perez et al in Arts, Languages and cultures. This well-guided and supported course continued the good work of the previous TESS funded project (see this exemplar).

  • The Blackboard Catalyst Award and what it can do for you

    The Blackboard Catalyst Award and what it can do for you

    Although this session was cancelled, this presentation would have been given at the July 2014 Humanities Showcase by Dr Adam Ozanne who became the Faculty's second winner of the Blackboard Catalyst Award.

  • Business Economics and Managerial Economics II

    Business Economics and Managerial Economics II

    These courses, ECON20342 Business Economics 1B AND ECON31000 Managerial Economics II, were highly-commended entries from the 2013-14 Best on Blackboard competition from Michal Krol in SoSS.

  • Law, Gender and Sexuality

    Law, Gender and Sexuality

    This course, LAWS31091 Law, Gender and Sexuality, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013-14 Best on Blackboard competition from Neil Cobb in Law.

  • Leadership & Success at Work

    Leadership & Success at Work

    This course, BMAN31550&31600 Leadership & Success at Work, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013-14 Best on Blackboard competition from Karen Niven in MBS.

  • Language Variation and Change

    Language Variation and Change

    This course, LELA20071 Language Variation and Change, was a highly-commended entry from the 2013-14 Best on Blackboard competition from Laurel MacKenzie in Languages.