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What are the strange and other-worldly goings on at Nonsuch University Librarynth? Find out with these regular podcast updates from the staff who work there. To learn more about our cast of characters, take a look at the Librarynth blog at http://nonsuchlibrarynth.tumblr.com/ [UNDER CONSTRUCTION!] Writers: James Atkinson, Ka-Ming Pang, Ludi Price, plus Sarah Stewart (Episode 1). Music: Gary Green This series was fuelled by many bags of strawberry laces and raspberry and custard splats (spons ...
 
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**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation** Bringing "Open (Research)" into Learning and Teaching  Join Ka-Ming Pang (Library) to find out more!By The Education Burrito
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation**The transition to sustainable education: Embedding Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) through Problem-Based Learning at the Westminster Business SchoolJoin Dr Gustavo Espinoza-Ramos (Lectu…
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation**What we can – and should – do to counter information disorder: information literacy and critical thinking 2.0Join Kerry Gilfillan (Learning Developer from the Academic Engagement and Learning Devel…
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation** Decolonising Arabic language teaching Join Dr Alessandro Columbu (School of Humanities) to find out more!By The Education Burrito
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation** Values and principles underpinning a Foundation Mentoring Scheme to enhance community belonging Join Dr Christina Delistathi (Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation) to find out more! Twitter…
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation** Co-creating best practice guidelines and tools with students to support the development of compassionate pedagogical practice Join Dr Kathryn Waddington & Bryan Bonaparte (School of Psychology) to…
 
**Special Series to support the University of Westminster's Learning & Teaching Symposium, organised by the Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation** Join Dr Andy Pitchford (Centre for Education, Teaching & Innovation) as he introduces this year's Learning & Teaching Symposium Twitter: @andypitchford68…
 
Research article on examining the spaces used for research degree supervision. Specht, D. (2022) “Between the office and the coffee shop: an examination of spaces used for research degree supervision”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, (23). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi23.828. https://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe/article/view/…
 
Research article on using technology for collaborative learning. Paper: Jones, K. (2021) “‘We had a good laugh together’: using Teams for collaborative learning ”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, (21). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi21.810. https://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe/article/view/810…
 
Research article on the impact of writing workshops on doctoral student wellbeing. Buckley, C., Saetnan, E., Gerber, A., Cheetham, J., Price, T., Kenyani, J. and Greaves, A. (2021) “Impact of writing workshops on doctoral student wellness”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Plymouth, UK, (20). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi20.593.…
 
A case study using Instagram to create an online learning environment. Santarossa, S., Coyne, P. and Woodruff, S.J. (2021). A case study using Instagram to create an online learning environment. The Journal of Social Media for Learning, 2(1), pp.003-016. Available at: https://openjournals.ljmu.ac.uk/index.php/JSML/article/view/509…
 
Are student mothers supported in higher education? What are the faculty and student mothers' perceptions of the support and coping strategies? Paper: Dickson, M. and Tennant, L. (2021) “Faculty Support for Student Mothers: Comparing Student and Faculty Perspectives”, Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 3(2), pp. 103-118. Available at: h…
 
How can we bring the fun in assessment and feedback? Sarah Honeychurch shares her practices along with knitting and doodling... To follow Sarah: Twitter: @NomadWarMachine University website: here All Day All Night 2021 conference discount code: edburrito Twitter: @ADANconf Website: https://www.alldayallnight.social/…
 
Can we co-create a meaningful student charter with staff and students? Dunbar-Morris, H. (2021) “Co-creating a student charter ”, Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 3(2), pp. 26-34. Available at: https://sehej.raise-network.com/raise/article/view/1033 All Day All Night 2021 conference discount code: edburrito Twitter: @ADANconf Website…
 
Can we use technology to promote students' cognitive engagement in assessment? Paper: Gill-Simmen, L. (2021) “Using Padlet in instructional design to promote cognitive engagement: a case study of undergraduate marketing students”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. Plymouth, UK, (20). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi20.575. All Day All Nigh…
 
Can we stimulate students in creativity aside from traditional assignments? Can we free students from their ‘mental blocks’ to creativity, whether in respect to formulating their concept, in the process of making or through producing the interpretative text? Bride, I. (2020). Fantastic creatures – fantastic students. Student Engagement in Higher Ed…
 
Chimichanga Challenge time! A 7-minute challenge summarising a student engagement paper. In this episode, we bite into the topic of power and paragraphs in academic writing and emotions. Paper: Forster, E.C., 2020. Power and paragraphs: academic writing and emotion. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, (19). https://journal.aldinhe.…
 
Chimichanga Challenge time! A 7-minute challenge summarising a student engagement paper. In this episode, we bite into the topic of inter-cultural competencies. Paper: Forsyth, R., Hamshire, C., O'Connor, D., Barland, E. and Hyrkkanen, U., 2020. Developing inter-cultural competencies without travelling. Student Engagement in Higher Education Journa…
 
Chimichanga Challenge time! We try to summaries the paper from Comi (2020) on freshmen perceptions at university. Comi, D. J. (2020) “The Inconvenient Truth About Institutional Engagement: A Qualitative Look at Freshmen Perceptions.”, Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 3(1), pp. 51-73. Available at: https://sehej.raise-network.com/rais…
 
Join us for all thing virtual with Dr Chris Headleand in Virtual Reality! Chris shares his virtual reality experiences such as collaboratively working with students to create Lincoln Island and other exciting projects. To follow Dr Chris Headleand: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisHeadleand Website: https://chrisheadleand.com/…
 
Tune in for the Chimichanga Challenge! A 7-minute challenge summarising a student engagement paper. In this episode, we bite into the topic of employability. Paper is available: https://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe/article/view/576 Lowe, T. (2020) “An evaluation of a translation intervention to raise awareness of employability skills gaine…
 
Every educational institution has one of these. Some might spend more time there than others, but is more than just having physical books. Join Lee Fallin as he unwraps the concept of academic libraries as learning spaces and why we should all use our libraries! To follow Lee's work: Twitter: @LeeFallin Website: https://leefallin.co.uk/…
 
Join The Cyber Doctor, aka, Dr Linda Kaye as we unwrap the psychological experiences and its impacts associated with the innovative technology in education. Follow Linda on Twitter: @LindaKKaye Website: https://lindakkaye.wixsite.com/dr-linda-kaye Youtube: Subscribe on Linda's channel [unfortunately, Bella (the bunny) sadly passed away since record…
 
October is Black History Month. In this episode, Dr Deborah Husbands shares her work in the area of Black and Minority Ethnic students as a specific context of student diversity in higher education. With examples such as the Human Library, Deborah highlights the importance of decolonising and diversifying the university space. To follow Dr Deborah …
 
Join Sue Beckingham (and her two German Shepherds) as we unwrap the digital identity and online presence for staff and student and its impact on student engagement in higher education. Sue also shares examples of social media use such as her SMASH (Social Media for Academic Studies at Hallam) and #LTHEchat. Follow Sue on Twitter: @SueBecks Website:…
 
Term 2 at Nonsuch University Librarynth is underway, the students are back, Ms Strangeways throws together words to come up with exciting new plans, and there is a new addition to the Librarynth! We also finally get to find out a bit more about the dastardly Jacques...This episode of Librarynth has been brought to you by James (Moooooooo!) Atkinson…
 
Welcome to Week 10 Term 1 at Nonsuch University.As well as the books, other worldly creatures, an increasingly existential stats machine and the staff trying to keep some sense of order, sniffles and sneezes have now started to inhabit Nonsuch University Librarynth. Atchoum! Zut alors, it looks like I've caught something now as well! This episode o…
 
Welcome to Week 7 Term 1 at Nonsuch University.Amongst the book stacks and corridors of Nonsuch University Librarynth, Tudor ghosts are causing chaos, Lara is still lost in what might be another dimension, and email data is being made unnecessarily secure by the mailer daemons. Meanwhile the Librarynth team continue to ensure that order reigns agai…
 
Welcome to Week 5 Term 1 at Nonsuch University.Find out how the new term is progressing for the team responsible for keeping order amongst the books, students and strange creatures in the University Librarynth.Disclaimer: The Librarynth can not give refunds for mangled souls.This episode of Librarynth has been brought to you by James Atkinson, Gary…
 
Welcome to Week 3 Term 1 at Nonsuch University.Meet the team responsible for keeping order in the University Librarynth, along with the strange and other worldly creatures who reside there with them.This episode of Librarynth has been brought to you by James Atkinson, Gary Green, Ka-Ming Pang, Ludi Price, and Sarah Stewart.Writers: James Atkinson, …
 
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