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Contributor details: Dr David Allison, Division of Pharmacy and Optometry, Catherine Wasiuk, Division of Population Health, Health Services Research & Primary Care

Background

The learning and teaching context


Reflections from students and staff

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Earlier in semester 2 of the 2020/1 academic year, a team of students and staff in the School of Health Sciences collaborated on a teaching and learning project to review an online course called ‘Introduction to Statistics’ as part of the new research methods materials for postgraduate students in the…


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It’s summer 2021. You’re starting to think about preparing your course units for the 2021–22 academic year. You spent a lot of time and effort last year preparing asynchronous learning materials and you want to re-use them this year.

This short guide explains how you can edit and reuse your…


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By Lisa Jones (patient partner), Liz Dalgarno (MPH) and Cath Wasiuk (i3HS)

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In a previous post, we examined the creation of an open-access course from an academic perspective. In this post, we look at how we have embedded the patient voice into the design and development of some of the Hub’s most recent open-access courses.

The article Patient Engagement in Medical Education


A collaboration between the i3HS Hub, MPH and the University Language Centre

‘How to organise your ideas’ course in Rise

Written by: Cath Wasiuk (i3HS), Angela Spencer (Lecturer MPH), Rob Marks (Head of Academic Success Programme)

Background

In January 2020, Angela Spencer (MPH Lecturer) contacted Rob Marks from the University Language Centre (ULC) Academic Success programme, about improving the support that the online Master of Public Health offers international students with…


Freely available tools that you can use to communicate and collaborate with your team

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In this post, we look at some of the freely available tools that you can use to communicate and collaborate with your team. What you decide to use is up to you.

  1. Slack
  2. Teams
  3. Trello
  4. WhatsApp
  5. Google Drive
  6. Dropbox

1. Slack

Slack is a collaboration tool that you can use as the…


Freely available tools that you can use to develop your communication resources

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In this post, we look at some of the freely available tools that you can use to develop your communication resources. This list is not exhaustive but should give you plenty to explore. Most of the resources are from 1minuteCPD**. …


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The Student & Teaching Engagement through Partnerships (STEP) publication presents a range of reflections, experiences and practice from student-staff partnerships at The University of Manchester. The publication is updated regularly and welcomes contributions from anyone at the University working on any student-staff partnership projects or initiatives.

What we are looking for

We are looking for…


With re-usability in mind

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Most academics will start the process of converting their existing material to online content with a PowerPoint presentation typically designed for a 1-hour lecture delivered in a face-to-face setting. …

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