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Teaching digital literacy

What is digital literacy? Is it about aquiring a checklist of new media skills? Is it about technical training that takes you up certain levels – beginner, intermediate, advanced etc? Is it about tools, software, devices? In this video Jim McCellan, course leader for Journalism BA Honours at the University of Westminster, talks about teaching […]

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Digital literacy training for students

Digital literacy is a key skill students must develop both to succeed at University and to thrive in our digitally connected, global society and Academic librarians have long provided teaching sessions to equip students with the research skills they need. These might be scheduled as one-off sessions in the library but are more effective and have greater […]

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Reflections on the value of the teaching observations

Teaching observations: process and value

Teaching observations, also called peer observations or learning conversations, are a way of developing our teaching practice through a supported, reflexive process.  In this video, Angela Kingston, a professional exhibitions curator, talks to Dr Anne Samson about how the observation process has helped her to step outside her role as a professional curator and think of […]

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Engaging with audio feedback as a means of feedback to students.

Audio feedback for students

Audio feedback can be a very engaging, vivid way for students to receive feedback.  In this presentation from the 2013 Westminster Learning Futures webinar series Mykaell Riley from the Faculty of Media, Arts and Design talks about his experiences of using audio feedback. Mykaell is using the facility within Turnitin to record audio feedback for students.  […]

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