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Free Teaching and Learning Resources
For Staff Across the HE Sector

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This section offers demonstrations of the ways that LearnHigher and other resources have been adapted and used in practice to support student learning development and success. You will find here a list of case studies to inspire your teaching. Why not let us know how you use our resources to inspire others?

It also includes our award-winning workshop toolkits.  Under the name 'Resources for Tutors', they were awarded third place at the 2009 Jorum Learning and Teaching awards, and was also shortlisted for the Epigeum Video resources awards 2009. The resources also won an Effective Practices award at the 2010 Sloan-Merlot Conference, San Jose, USA.

All LearnHigher-developed resources are freely available for educational use under a Creative Commons by NC-SA licence.

 

Case studies

Examples of LearnHigher and other resources in practice to support student learning development.

Assessment in practice  Examples of discipline-specific initiatives (PDF)

Maths Cafe 2008

Maths Cafe 2009

Maths Cafe 2010

Three reports on this successful initiative at Brunel University (PDF)
Notemaking case study

Account of how a student developed his notemaking practices (PDF)

Report writing case studies

A selection of case studies on aspects of report writing (PDF)

Time management case studies

A selection of examples of student issues with time management (PDF)

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Workshop toolkits

Everything you need to teach a series of workshops on various aspects of learning development.

Academic writing

Assessment

Business and commercial awareness

Critical thinking and reflection

Doing research Group work

Independent learning

Information literacy

Listening and interpersonal skills

Mobile learning

Notemaking

Numeracy, maths and statistics

Oral communication

Personal development planning PDP and transition to HE

Reading

Referencing Report writing Time management Visual practices

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