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Organising Content in MOLE

Organising Content in MOLE

From  Sarah Peacock A day ago 0 likes 3 views 0  

Removing or Hiding Content Items MOLE

Removing or Hiding Content Items in MOLE. Sarah Peacock - Learning Technology Officer - School of East Asian Studies.

From  Sarah Peacock 3 Months ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

Creating Content (Items) in MOLE

This video takes you through the process of making simple content items in MOLE.

From  Thomas Jolley 8 Months ago 0 likes 67 views

MOLE Course Left Hand Menu

This video talks you through the use of the left hand menu in MOLE and how you can add more of your own menu items.

From  Thomas Jolley 8 Months ago 0 likes 41 views

Cite Hacks #6 - The Power of Keywords

This video explains the benefits of choosing proper and correct keywords for your research output to aid content discovery. Cite Hacks are a series of short animated videos created by Andy…

From  Andy Tattersall A year ago 0 likes 9 views 0  

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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From  Graham McElearney A year ago 0 likes 42 views 0  

Case Study: Rhian Davies on using video in literature study

Dr Rhian Davies, of the Department of Hispanic Studies, speaks at the 2015 Winter TELFest on the use of video in her innovative Adaptations & Transformation module. In this, students are asked to…

From  Technology Enhanced Learning A year ago 0 likes 12 views 0  

Making the most of touchscreen tablet devices for people with dementia

The availability of touchscreen tablet devices on the market has led to an increased interest in their potential usefulness for people with dementia, particularly for providing meaningful and…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 24 views 0  

Economic evaluation of healthcare interventions for people with dementia – how can we take a broader societal perspective?

Economic evaluation of healthcare interventions follows the guideline produced by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). NICE recommends a Cost Utility Analysis (CUA) approach…

From  batchUser A year ago 0 likes 28 views 0  

A Tale Of Two People In One City

How can the lives and experiences of two people, who live in the same city but have never met, help with research into life expectancy and quality of life for the elderly? Peter Bath from the…

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‘Back where you came from’ – Reflections on migration by people seeking sanctuary in Sheffield

Dr Casey Strine and artist/art therapist Emilie Taylor have worked with asylum seekers and refugees in Sheffield to create an art exhibition reflecting upon their experiences of seeking sanctuary in…

From  Technology Enhanced Learning 2 Years ago 0 likes 9 views 0  

On the tail of invasive grey squirrels

How can scientists track the invasion of new species? Our students explain recent research that is helping find out where our invasive population of grey squirrels is coming from in an effort to…

From  Graham McElearney 2 Years ago 0 likes 43 views 0