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Author Archives: Nicole Warwick
Why use infographics?
Infographics are a graphical representation of data. They are a great way to display information and to make connections between different statistics. There are several online sites that allow you to create your own infographic which include a range of … Continue reading
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Encourage your students to be more creative with technology We have created a variety of items which you can copy onto any SBS Blackboard site to encourage and enable students to teach themselves different technological skills. Students may want to … Continue reading
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Turning Point Updates
Turning Point is a voting software we have access to at SHU for use in lectures or seminars to engage students and identify any misunderstanding or gaps in knowledge. PowerPoint presentations can be imported into Turning Point to enable the … Continue reading
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Padlet is often used in The Sheffield Business School to allow students to ask questions about a module or to add topical information e.g. newspaper articles, links to relevant Twitter accounts or websites. This is a really great way to use … Continue reading
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Have you met Lynda?
lynda.com is a library of resources to teach business, software, technology and creative skills. All lynda.com courses are available to all students and members of staff at SHU. This can be used to benefit your own personal or professional development … Continue reading
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SBS Inspirational Teaching Awards
After the 2017 Inspirational Teaching Award winners for SBS were announced, the TEL team caught up with some of the winners to find out what it takes to become an inspirational teacher and what technology is being used to support … Continue reading
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A new solution has been integrated with Blackboard which will allow students and staff to upload media files (currently up to 2GB in size), such as video assignments and video or audio feedback, safe in the knowledge that the files … Continue reading
Posted in Assessment Journey programme, Blackboard, E-Learning, feedback, Screencast, Submission, Video Tagged film, medial, server, upload, video Leave a comment
Simulations in the Business School
Simulations are a great way for students to experience real life industry and to give relevant experiences for future employers. It helps students practice problem solving and how to work within a team, all crucial experience for future employment. Here … Continue reading
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Presentations as a video
Here in the Sheffield Business School, we are very lucky to have academics who have originated from industry and who are continually making international connections to benefit SBS. This is invaluable to the students, but does mean staff are sometimes unavailable to deliver … Continue reading
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YouTube and Blogs engage second year students
Elizabeth Lye, Senior Lecturer, Marketing Second year students are notoriously difficult to enthuse in my experience. Yet they need to find placements and produce evidence to support their applications. I teach Customer Psychology and Culture to BA Marketing Communications and … Continue reading
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