Guidance, Resources and Toolkits
A collection of resources about Academic Integrity and Management of Plagiarism.
A collection of resources about accessible learning and teaching.
Accreditation of Prior Learning APL
This is for applicants and staff and is intended to support applicants during the APEL assessment process.
Blended Learning in Practice
BLiP is an e-journal published by the LTI with contributions from staff across the university
This folder contains resources from Sarah Flynn's Graduate Attributes workshops that she ran in Semester B 2012
This folder contains guidance regarding induction and transition practice including examples of induction timetables from different discipline areas. Within the guidance we have produced a short Prezi presentation highlightling key points for Schools to consider when designing induction and transition programmes
We have collated some papers and resources which may be useful when considering project/dissertation supervision
Recording of Teaching and Learning Sessions
The recording of teaching and learning sessions - information for staff and guidance for students.
Research methods resources
The following resources have been developed by the Schools of Education and Business working with UHOnline to provide support for students. The site provides links to various research method materials.
Staff from around the Institution have kindly provided examples of student handbooks
Although attrition is not a problem at the University, the Student Educational Experience Committee has collated examples of retention strategies from across the University. The mind map provides an overview with further details available in the word documents.
A series of postcards that are designed to stimulate conversations about assessment.
Top Ten Tips
We have been developing some top tips for teaching and assessing.
Working with partner institutions
This folder contains resources from the Student Educational Experience Committee (SEEC) Away day (July 7th 2015) at which the student experience at Partner Institutions was considered