Monthly Archives: February 2014
The British and Irish Research Group Seminar: ‘Occupations and Professions in British and Irish History’
The British and Irish Research Group, Department of History, research seminar: ‘Occupations and Professions in British and Irish History’, 2:00 – 4:00pm, 5 March 2014, Meeting Rooms 1 and 2, Wilson A Ground floor, Walton Hall campus Continue reading
The Digital Humanities Thematic Research Network is pleased to present the next event in the Digital Humanities in Practice series, ‘Text analysis: the digital dimension’
What can computers, which have no understanding of words or concepts, contribute to the analysis of texts? Continue reading
A215 Creative Writing has attracted large student cohorts – recruiting nearly 20,000 students since its launch in 2006. It also achieves one of the most consistent and highest retention rates (over 80%) across the university. Among the essential ingredients in this success story are reflective learning and the use of forums – elements that other module teams often puzzle over. So, how do students use reflection and collaborative forums on A215? Find out more at this lunchtime seminar.