Equitable Assessment Framework for today’s Digital Learners

This collaborative project supported instructor’s adoption of the Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT) framework to help structure and communicate their assessments.

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Students as partners in learning

With Mark Jackson School of History, Classics & Archaeology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences What did you do? Used student generated content to focus seminars; negotiated essay questions with students and offered a choice of format for a creative project. Who is involved? Dr Mark Jackson, Senior Lecturer Archaeology. For my 20 credit final Read more about Students as partners in learning[…]

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Case Study: An exploration of individual student generated videos creation as an assessment method

Find out how Nick started using student generated video content for assessments and read about the results of doing so. In this case study you will also be able to view examples of student generated video content that was used for assessments.

Digital residency framework

Developing Digital Residency for Executive Education Learners

Leadership Development & Organisation Futures Team (LDOF) Newcastle University Business School  Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences What did you do? We applied the Digital Residency framework to the design and development of the online spaces for learners on the Executive Education Programmes, creating learning activities and resources that support a continuum of engagement across Read more about Developing Digital Residency for Executive Education Learners[…]

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Engaging Students in Synchronous Sessions: Using the same human approach, just adopting different tools to deliver online…

Nick Howey, Module Lead BUS2036 Newcastle University Business School  Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Who was involved? Module – BUS2036 – Business Analysis and Business Analytics – Level 2 Elective module UG Marketing, Marketing and Management & Business Management degrees. Module size – 93 * 2nd year UG students (level 5). What did you Read more about Engaging Students in Synchronous Sessions: Using the same human approach, just adopting different tools to deliver online…[…]

INTO Student Community through Canvas

Stephen Grinsell, Director of Studies & Student Experience INTO Newcastle University What did you do? Created a student community on Canvas to initially support student orientation and induction weeks, but to also give a home to INTO Student Support and its various elements. For orientation and induction we needed a space to host information on Read more about INTO Student Community through Canvas[…]

Digitising Present in Person Material

Around 25 face to face lectures and a further 12 to 15 tutorial sessions were condensed down to just seven live sessions. This was a golden opportunity to flip teaching, something that was talked about and something that has been considered for some time.

Rebuilding and redesigning courses

Weekly online activities were produced for students to support their learning and skill development. Being aware of what the students might have been experiencing, as well as trying to support their learning through accessible and manageable content was key.

Speech Marking

Used a third-party programme called Sonocent Audio Note-taker, initially as a marking application for students, but soon started to use the programme with students so they could submit their work.