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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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  • Student films

    Student films

    Experiencing place through multimedia

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Using collaborative tools in Blackboard 9

    Using collaborative tools in Blackboard 9

    Will Moindrot,Helen Perkins and Blaise Nkwenti, Faculty eLearning Team help you find out more about using tools such as blogs, wikis, journals and discussion boards to enhance teaching.

  • Getting students to write Wikipedia entries for assessed coursework

    Getting students to write Wikipedia entries for assessed coursework

    James Evans, School of Environment and Development, show us the pedagogic, practical and technical aspects of using Wikipedia for assessed assignments.

  • 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.

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • Student Generated Content

    Student Generated Content

    This page describes the wide variety of eLearning tools and approaches that can be used to support students generating their own eLearning content.


  • 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.

  • Weekly Tutorial Tasks for Large Cohorts

    Weekly Tutorial Tasks for Large Cohorts

    Stan Blue, course convenor for the 1st year module SOCY 10452 Media, Culture & Society wanted to engage his large cohort of students in both tutorials and lectures. Working with the eLearning team through a process of learning design he settled on trialling a rotating weekly group task.