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  • Robins, K.; Jefferies, A.; Willis, J.; Cross, I.; Lorimer, J. (2011)
    How did you use EVS in your teaching? For seven weeks over a semester, an EVS drop quiz for summative feedback was given in the lecture. This best five quiz results were then used as part of their assessment and worth 10% ...
  • Russell, M. (ICEE/ Silesian University of Technology, 2005)
    Assessment has a profound effect on learning - it focuses the students’ attention and actively encourages out-of-class engagement with the learning resources. Indeed it is repeatedly quoted as being the single most important ...
  • Cubric, Marija; Luz, S. (University of Hertfordshire, 2009)
    While the 2008 Educause Horizon report states that collaboration webs and collective intelligence tools, such as wikis, are one of the key emergent technologies that are likely to enter the mainstream use in education ...
  • Jefferies, A.; Hyde, R. (2010)
    Between March 2007 and February 2009, the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) funded a Learners’ Journeys project at the University of Hertfordshire. This was part of their second phase of investment in research ...
  • Russell, M. (2009)
    Following unacceptable examination performance in a core engineering module, (fluid mechanics and thermodynamics), an alternative and innovative approach to assessment was developed. The new approach centered on the use ...
  • Alltree, J.; Quadri, N. (University of Hertfordshire, 2007)
    There is considerable rhetoric about today s students wanting more flexible study options so that their studies can fit in with other aspects of their lives. Furthermore, staff and students increasingly use--managed learning ...
  • Glover, I.; Oliver, A. (2008)
    Over the past few years there has been a dramatic increase in Online Social Networking, both in terms of the number of web sites that offer this service and the number of users of those sites. The benefits of co-operation ...
  • Power, F. (2010)
    In the past StudyNet training at the University of Hertfordshire has consisted of a teacher standing at the front of a classroom demonstrating the features of the system with opportunities for participants to try the ...
  • McCauley, M.; Robins, K.; Singer, H (2009)
    This report presents the findings of a University of Hertfordshire Learning and Teaching Institute funded project ‘Fostering Pride in International Students’ Authorship.’ The project ran October 2008-January 2009.The aims ...
  • Gillett, A.; Weetman, C. (2005)
    Postgraduate international students at UK institutions of higher education often find difficulty dealing with seminar-type discussions. An attempt was made to help students with this by utilising the group discussion ...
  • Tosic, M.; Cubric, Marija (Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, 2009)
    Creating fair and meaningful assessment strategy is one the most difficult areas for every educator. Objective (MCQ) testing has been extensively studied and evaluated as a method for formative and, to a lesser extent, ...
  • Alltree, J.; Thornton, H. (2004)
    This article discusses the utilisation of StudyNet to facilitate students’ learning on a Level 3 Physiotherapy module. The students’ perceptions of StudyNet and its usage were evaluated by questionnaire and also by an ...
  • Cubric, M. (2011)
    The motivation for this discussion paper comes from the recent FP7 framework ICT call for technology-enhanced learning applications for the 21st century that go beyond the current “state of the art” in e-learning. In this ...

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