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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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  • Making seminars more effective

    Making seminars more effective

    Providing online structures for face-to-face seminars

  • Interaction in Lectures with Mobile Devices - Some Evidence

    Interaction in Lectures with Mobile Devices - Some Evidence

    This talk from Dr Paul Middleditch and Will Moindrot (eLearning team) presents evidence collected from students exposed to two different responseware systems that enable classroom interaction


  • 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).

  • Lecturers talk about their use of Clickers

    Lecturers talk about their use of Clickers

    This video, shot in 2012, features 4 instructors talking about the different ways they use clickers in their teaching, including footage taken within the classroom environment. This aim is to inspire colleagues in their own teaching ideas. The instructors provide some simple tips on how new users should start out in using clickers within their own contexts.

  • Enhancing Fieldwork Learning with Mobile Technologies

    Enhancing Fieldwork Learning with Mobile Technologies

    This presentation was given by Derek France, Professor of Pedagogy in Geographical Sciences, University of Chester, as the keynote speech at the January 2015 Humanities Showcase.

  • 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.

  • AMBS Interactive Teaching Tools

    AMBS Interactive Teaching Tools

    Enhancing Lectures with Interactive Teaching Tools