In October, we considered the important issue of induction. Our conversation was structured around these questions: How long does induction last? How do students understand the ‘rules’ here? What are our expectations for new students and how are they shared?
Our next free online courses The School’s next free online courses will be available in July and September 2016. The first, produced by School staff and arctec, is titled Preventing the Zika Virus: Understanding and Controlling the Aedes Mosquito. The … Continue reading →
From the Dean of Studies, Prof. Sharon Huttly: As some of you know, the School has become a partner in FutureLearn – the UK’s main MOOC platform – as part of its strategic development of online/e-learning. We’re holding an open … Continue reading →
Continued from part one. Michelle Blackburn, Claire Taylor, Sheffield Hallam University, and Jo Stroud, LSHTM Audio Feedback for Different and Defined Learners (resource link) This session was informed by the HEA research project highlighted in the post’s introduction. The project seeked … Continue reading →
One project I was working on prior to arriving at LSHTM was a Higher Education Academy funded study concerning the provision of audio feedback files for summative assignments. After conducting a literature review we found that the effect of this … Continue reading →