Revision on the Go: the Neuroslice App

Introduction Medical students have an enormous volume of material to memorise about the human body, and during their clinical training they must fit their private study periods into the demanding schedules of their rotations. In this context mobile technology can … Continue reading

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Streamlining teaching practice: WebLearn administrative tools

Introduction The advantage of using WebLearn is its potential to simplify teaching administration, and to free educators’ to engage with their students or their own research. Imogen Goold, Law Faculty, has released this potential by using WebLearn’s tools to make … Continue reading

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Supporting Language Teaching: WebLearn

This case study shows how the University’s Virtual Learning Environment, WebLearn, has been used in the teaching programme at the Institute for Chinese Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies. Staff use WebLearn to supplement classroom teaching for language learning including additional … Continue reading

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Making a legal learning-assistance program: Criminal Cases 2009

This case study details a student innovation created to supplement learning for Undergraduate Law at Oxford. Criminal Cases is a program created by Christopher du Boulay, Mansfield College that began life as a simple personal revision tool  for his Criminal Law … Continue reading

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