Category Archives: Skills online

Badge attitude

By Terry O’Sullivan CREDIT Peter Keegan / Hulton Archive / Getty Images / Universal Images Group  Rights Managed / For Education Use Only Have you joined the badgerati yet? Are you one of the growing number of people whose social media profiles, electronic … Continue reading

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Supporting Tutors in Adobe Connect

By Carol Edwards & Andrew Maxfield In this blog we plan to share how we supported our new and less experienced tutors to deliver successful online tutorials during the Covid pandemic. As the leading provider of distance online learning, it … Continue reading

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Business simulation: stimulation for business learners

By Kevin Amor …simulations are perceived as educational and fun, a rare combination indeed! (Devasagyam, 2007) Increasingly business schools and others tasked with teaching business skills are using business simulations as a key element of their offering (see for example … Continue reading

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Does co tutoring improve online teaching practice?

By Jim Lusted and Claire Maguire Introduction Tutors are increasingly being asked to teach together with a colleague – often called ‘co-tutoring’ – delivering both face-to-face and online tutorials as a pair. But what are tutors’ experiences of co-tutoring and … Continue reading

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I want my weekend back!

By Haider Ali Face to face residential schools are core to a number of Open University modules, but this does involve sacrifices: One of them being a complete loss of a weekend, while they go away to a residential school, … Continue reading

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Can we teach skills online?

By Lin Smith As lecturers we can lecture, can’t we? Have our online students acquired key skills for success? We design the assessment, so we think we assess what we have taught and what we expect them to have acquired. … Continue reading

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