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myPrint

myPrint allows online ordering of books, theses, posters, leaflets, stationery, University gifts and souvenirs plus more. It features a shopping cart, online order tracking and easy payment options.…

From  Lee Johnstone 6 Months ago 0 likes 21 views 0  

A Space for Sharing

Space for Sharing: Researching online sharing by people in extreme circumstances. Commissioned for Festival of the Mind 2016, Sheffield theatre company Dead Earnest present a performance based on…

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How to deposit your data into ORDA

This screencast will guide you through the stages of depositing your data into ORDA. Here are the links mentioned in the video. Please contact us at rdm@sheffield.ac.uk if you have any further…

From  Jesse Armstrong A year ago 1 likes 71 views 0  

Simple Screencast Example - (1.2 Introductory Unit: Discover Study Skills Online)

This is an example screen recording. The uploader has prepared a PowerPoint presentation, presented it on their computer whilst capturing audio at the same time using Capturespace. Screencast for…

From  Tom Foster A year ago 0 likes 1 views 0  

Accessing Students Work in Turnitin

This video shows how staff can access students work submitted to Turnitin. This can be done either via the Turnitin option in Course Tools or via the Grade Centre

From  Thomas Jolley A year ago 0 likes 40 views 0  

Welcome to the Health Technology Assessment Programme at ScHARR

Programme Lead Claire Beecroft welcomes new students to the programme and covers key things for new students to do during intro week.

From  Claire Beecroft A year ago 0 likes 59 views 0  

EDU6147 3a. What is Constructive Alignment?

EDU6147 3a. An Introduction to the Constructive Alignment framework for learning and teaching. This video gives a short overview of what is meant by constructive alignment and why and how it can be…

From  Online Learning A year ago 0 likes 363 views 0  

EDU6147 4. What is Blooms Taxonomy?

This short video will introduce the history and basics of Bloom’s Taxonomy, one of the most widely used Learning and teaching principles. It was produced by the Professional Development Team…

From  Online Learning A year ago 1 likes 1,378 views 0  

Constructive Alignment in Action

In this video, you’ll hear from staff involved in learning and teaching design at Sheffield. Each of them share their experiences using Constructive Alignment in their teaching. Their examples…

From  Online Learning A year ago 0 likes 186 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 47 views 0  

Open Online Learning at the University of Sheffield

A brief overview of the work achieved by the Online Learning Team at the University of Sheffield.

From  Online Learning A year ago 0 likes 5 views 0  

Digital Commons: The Language of Video

Video is increasingly used as a teaching tool. But where do you start?This session aimed to demystify the language of video and give some ideas about what types and styles of video can work well in…

From  Online Learning A year ago 0 likes 22 views 0  

Introduction to the Digital University of Sheffield

Introducing an exciting new chapter in our story. The Digital University of Sheffield brings together hundreds of online courses, lectures, debates and discussions on everything from the sounds of…

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8.2 Learning Styles - Screencast

Screencast for the Learning Styles unit of Discover Study Skills Online. Access to the worksheet

From  Technology Enhanced Learning 2 Years ago 0 likes 78 views 0  

9.2 Academic Writing - Screencast

Screencast for the Academic Writing unit of Discover Study Skills Online. Access to the worksheet

From  Technology Enhanced Learning 2 Years ago 0 likes 108 views 0