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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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  • Medical Spanish

    Medical Spanish

    Dr Ana Nino-Alonso discusses the use of multimedia in supporting language learning (Spanish in the medical environment).

    This resource has been uploaded to the Jorum national repository which contains free resources for teachers.
    Jorum can be searched for specific subject areas. Entering "Spanish" as a search term finds related resources.

  • Reflective Learning online

    Reflective Learning online

    Learning Journals and Reading Logs

  • Developing interpretive skills through online interactive resources

    Developing interpretive skills through online interactive resources

    The School of Combined Studies has created online interactive resourced to help students develop valuable academic skills.

  • 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.

  • Student created interactive language resources

    Student created interactive language resources

    German Language students on GERM20472 use a free software tool (GLOMaker) to develop a valuable interactive learning resource.

    This resource has been uploaded to the Jorum national repository which contains free resources for teachers.
    Jorum can be searched for specific subject areas. Entering "German" as a search term finds related resources.

  • Feedback through written dialogue

    Feedback through written dialogue

    Katya Stuerzenhofecker from the School of Arts, Histories and Culture discussed models of formative feedback on students' achievement of unfamiliar learning opportunities through written dialogue between the student and the lecturer.

  • 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 online journals as a tool for learning

    Using online journals as a tool for learning

    Charlotte Woods, Richard Fay and Eljee Javier, School of Education share their experience of the diverse ways of using the Journal Tool in Bb9 on both UG and PGT units.

  • 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.

  • Supporting students who create learning resources

    Supporting students who create learning resources

    This presentation describes the experience of supporting students on GERM20472, an 11 week module, in the development of their assessed interactive language resources.

  • Reconstructing the Past: the importance of the Visual

    Reconstructing the Past: the importance of the Visual

    This ambitious TESS project for Archaeology modules involved numerous enhancements, including supported tutorials featuring two visualisations:
    * a prehistoric case study (an Iron Age chariot burial)
    * and a historic case study (a seventeenth century Hall).

  • Final Year eLearning Projects

    Final Year eLearning Projects

    This presentation was given at the July 2014 Humanities Showcase by Samantha Clarke, eLearning Technologist, Faculty of Life Sciences.

  • PAGeS: The 7 year itch or happily ever after?

    PAGeS: The 7 year itch or happily ever after?

    This presentation was given by Annie Morton (Languages) at the January 2015 Humanities Showcase, which examines the marriage of Peer Assisted Learning and Enquiry Based Learning methodologies.

  • Language Students as Researchers

    Language Students as Researchers

    This presentation was given by Tine Breban at the January 2015 Humanities Showcase.

  • ePortfolios in Education 2015

    ePortfolios in Education 2015

    Mahara is an ePortfolio tool - a dedicated tool to deliver a range of possible student learning activities from Personal Development Planning to personalised learning.