Using Mahara: Blogging, Peer Review & Feedback Development of Powerpoint-Based Simulations
Management student writing their preparatory essay in the form of a “blog piece” using the Mahara platform. The project also involved them providing feedback on their peers’ piece.

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Using the features of Powerpoint to create interactive simulations to be used in undergraduate International Relations courses.

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Russian Revision Podcasts Narrating the Death of Multiculturalism
Using podcasts to provide students on the intermediate Russian certificate course with flexible revision material to prepare for oral exams. Inspired by the Michel Thomas method.

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Replacing group presentations with short films narrating the students’ take on the theme of multiculturalism in a fourth year European Institute course.

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The Game of Research Curating a Living History of Uber
A board game, based on the classic Snakes and Ladders, designed for social science students to familiarise themselves with qualitative research methodology.

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Creation of an open-access archive on the Uber phenomenon to be populated and updated by students on a fourth-year Management course.

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Sustainable Autorship with Academic Markdown Student Blogs

Development of a training session and materials on using the  Academic Markdown writing software. By an LSE students for LSE students.

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Using WordPress to to support individual student blogs and peer assessment as part of a third-year Anthropology course summative assessment

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