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UnMediated: Journal of Politics and Communications

Promoting student-produced content. A project run by students, for students The project team: Christina Russell Tomas Borsa Peter Bryant   "This project aims to produce and disseminate original, student-led research through an innovative online platform which will include audio-visual media (e.g. recorded interviews, data visualisation, and short documentaries) alongside more [...]

By | March 31st, 2017|Comments Off on UnMediated: Journal of Politics and Communications

Student Blogs

Using WordPress to to support individual student blogs and peer assessment as part of a third-year Anthropology course summative assessment The project team: Harry Walker Athina Chatzigavriil Arthur Wadsworth "The project will develop the use of student blogs as one component of the summative assessment for AN300 Advanced Theory of [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Comments Off on Student Blogs

Using Digital Innovation to Curate a Living History of Uber and Uberisation

Creation of an open-access archive on the Uber phenomenon to be populated and updated by students on a fourth-year Management course. The project team: Susan Scott Darren Moon This project will explore the usefulness of establishing and curating an open access digital ‘living’ archive to support problem-based learning about contemporary [...]

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Narrating the Life (and Death) of Multiculturalism

Replacing group presentations with short films narrating the students’ take on the theme of multiculturalism in a fourth year European Institute course.      The project team: Jennifer Jackson-Preece, Maria Werdine Norris and Darren Moon “EU 458 Identity, Community & the ‘Problem’ of Minorities ends with a student debate on [...]

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Catherine Xiang: students as news reporters

Catherine Hua Xiang (Photo: Aperiofilms) Dr. Catherine Hua Xiang gets things done. She joined the LSE in 2011. In her first months she approached Learning Technology & Innovation (LTI) because she wanted to create a series of Mandarin videos to complement her teaching on LN140 (Advanced Mandarin and Society). The project has since been [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Catherine Xiang: students as news reporters

Nancy Holman: humour has more to do with my teaching than anything else

Nancy Holman, Geography & Environment (Photo: aperiofilms for LTI) “What are you worried about in today's interview?” “That I might swear.” “Who the f*** cares!” Big grin on Nancy's face. Interviewing Dr. Nancy Holman is a delight from start to finish. She is quietly wicked: “It is my avowed aim to make you explode with [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Nancy Holman: humour has more to do with my teaching than anything else

William A. Callahan: Visual International Politics Student Movies

William A. Callahan, International Relations (Photo: Aperiofilms for LTI) When William A. Callahan, Professor in IR, devised a new course, Visual International Politics (IR318), one of its objectives was to train students in how to produce, direct, film and edit short documentary films. Documentaries encourage students to  work collaboratively, reinforce concepts learnt, and [...]

By | October 5th, 2015|0 Comments