Category Archives: HHS

Human and Health Sciences School

Developing the Culture of Publication

Image source: marissabracke This is a guest post by Moira Tyas, who is the project team member for the ‘Developing the Culture of Publication’. This is one of the 2013  Teaching and Learning Innovation Projects funded by TALI. It is the sixth of 11 … Continue reading

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A quick look at mobile learning resources

“…mobile learning is more than the sum of its parts. It is, to a great extent, a ‘trojan horse’ and a vehicle for exploring the changing nature of learning in a connected age.” (from What is Mobile Learning in the … Continue reading

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Piloting ipad 2 tablets with Students

This is a guest article by Janice Jones who is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Human and Health Sciences at the University of Huddersfield. This academic year 2011/12, sixteen first year BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy students at the … Continue reading

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Boldly Facing the Future: Design for Learning Conference

I recently attended the University of Huddersfield’s School of Human and Health Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. The theme was “Boldly Facing the Future: Design for Learning”. The keynote speaker of the conference was Professor (Emeritus) Lin Norton from … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: Transforming the Delivery of Education and Training

“Editor Mohamed Ally has drawn together an eclectic selection of authors who show us that the power of context and the capacity to provide information where and when it can be used can overcome the challenges of small screens and … Continue reading

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Peer Observation of Teaching (POT)

The following Peer Observation of Teaching (POT) diagrams were sourced from Flinders University based in Australia. Please visit the web links provided below each diagram for more content and context. We hope that you find this best practice content useful … Continue reading

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