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Implementing the Curriculum Framework – how can the Library help?

Karen Drury, Liaison Librarian for Art, Typography and Graphic Communication, and Management Dr Kim Shahabudin, Study Adviser Kerry Webb, Associate Director (Academic Liaison and Support), The Library In a world of constant new teaching and learning initiatives, implementing the Curriculum … Continue reading

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What are the benefits of Study Smart? A student perspective By Tom Wise (Part 3, Psychological Theory and Practice)

Being a student mentor for the Study Smart online course for Part 1 undergraduates has offered me an opportunity for personal development, through examining the perspectives of upcoming students to the University. It has allowed me to reflect on my … Continue reading

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Study support for MOOCs – do the Study Advisers have the answer? by the Study Advice team

The recent announcement that Reading has been selected as a partner in the Futurelearn project to provide free online courses is an exciting move towards new ways of engaging with a potentially massive cohort of students. However, concerns have been … Continue reading

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Turning study skills learning on its head by Dr Michelle Reid, Sonia Hood and Dr Kim Shahabudin

The Study Advice team found David Nutt’s post (Preparing to turn the classroom upside down, 14th Sept 2012) very timely as we too are embarking on a project to ‘flip’ the classroom. Flipped learning has been a significant driver in … Continue reading

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