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Articles tagged "organisation"

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Full-QMSU-Logo-Blue-copy Student Experience of Learning Resources

This spotlight focuses on the student experience of learning resources at Queen Mary. It contains the resources and results of the investigations and research carried out by the Students’ Union and presented at the 2012 Student Experience Seminar.

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Adapting the plan to the audience

Dr Roberto Veneziani talks about the need to adapt your session plan to the audience.

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Previous Lecture Summaries

Dr Matthew Fayers describes how he uses a slide summarising the previous lecture to cater for the fact that topics frequently cover multiple sessions.

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Inviting guest speakers

Dr Judith Bara talks about the idea of inviting guest speakers in to give lectures as part of the course.

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Separating lectures and seminars by a week

Dr Warren Boutcher explains his use of a longer interval between the lecture and seminar on a given text.

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Electronic term newsletter

Malcolm Fish describes the termly newsletter sent to students, who are often working in various locations, that provides a link with the department and an opportunity to send out useful but non-urgent information.

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Course timeline

Malcolm Fish describes how he helps support 5th year medical students by providing a timeline, incorporating e.g. deadlines, in addition to their complicated timetable.

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Tutorial Staff Newsletter

Prof Graham Thompson talks about communication between multiple tutorial staff on the same course via his use of a newsletter. All of Graham Thompson’s contributions should be viewed in the context of the caveats in his introduction “There is no silver bullet“.

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Road Map and Lecture Summaries

Prof Graham Thompson describes how he uses Road maps and Lecture summaries in order to help the students understand the ‘story’ of the course and bring everything from different lectures together. All of Graham Thompson’s contributions should be viewed in the context of the caveats in his introduction “There is no silver bullet“.

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