Category Archives: E-Learning

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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Medial Server

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

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MOS Awards

Students receive their certificates from Andrew Lenehan, Regional Account Manager at Prodigy Learning. Students celebrate attaining their Microsoft Office Specialist awards in Excel The Finance, Accounting and Business Systems (FABS) have been organising and delivering the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification … Continue reading

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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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The TEL days of Christmas

The SBS TEL team would like to wish all staff a MERRY CHRISTMAS! As it is the festive time of year, we invite you to play the music and sing our new lyrics to the 12 days of Christmas. On the … Continue reading

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Betamax or VHS?

Betamax was released to the public on the 10th May 1975, developed by the Sony Corporation. Just over a year later JVC released their VHS format. The decade that followed saw the two formats fight it out for market share … Continue reading

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TAR UC Employability Event

  Once again The Sheffield Business School played host to final year Dual Award finance, marketing and hospitality students from TAR UC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The students came to Sheffield Hallam to experience different teaching, learning styles, culture and employability skills. … Continue reading

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