The LTSU recently worked with a staff member in Journalism and Media to develop an online game for self-assessing data journalism skills.
On 6th April a major new temporary exhibition opened at the National Justice Museum. Liberated Voices: Stories of Women (In)Justice is a collaboration between the Museum and the School of Arts & Humanities. Students from MA Museum & Heritage Development were tasked with producing short films in response to five objects selected by the Museum. These films now form part of […]
Are you looking for online tools for student collaboration and engagement that can provide Wiki-style functionality and peer-to-peer support? Then using Microsoft OneNote could be for you. It is a fantastic tool with a host of functionality, a shared storage space and collaborative working features. Being very intuitive, my students just ran with it and are using it in very […]
PebblePad is an ePortfolio tool which is widely used in the educational sector and in some professions since 2004. It is a flexible multi-purpose ePortfolio tool which can be integrated into teaching and learning at all academic levels, providing an excellent platform for recording and reflecting on extra-curricular activities (including engagement with employment, volunteering etc) and which is available to […]
Language in Tandem is an initiative from the Global Lounge at Nottingham Trent University which pairs students with a native speaker of a chosen language. Below is a guest post by Beth Cross, a final year student in the School of Arts and Humanities who created a video about Tandem for a Modern Languages assessment. “What better way to use […]
Go Places is a personalised ePortfolio [PebblePad] based resource for first year students in English, Media, Creative Cultures, History, Languages and Global Cultures in the School of Arts and Humanities. The students will have access to Go Places throughout their undergraduate study and also after they graduate enabling further development of personal and professional learning. I recently presented the thinking […]