Teams takes off!

Not surprisingly with the rapid move to remote working we’ve all experienced over the last 3 weeks, there has been a massive uptake of Teams across the university. The graph below shows the take off of Teams.  The first peak is in the last week we were on site as people were preparing for working […]

Read More

LinkedInLearning

The University has a subscription to LinkedInLearning which you can access from the portal. LinkedInLearning has many academic learner paths. However, there is much, much more to LinkedInLearning. There are so many options that you can choose from. At the moment they seem to be championing many wellbeing learner paths. When you access LinkedInLearning you […]

Read More

Yarnfulness

Due to the current situation, we are unable to have our regular face to face Yarnfulness session, so we thought that we would take Yarnfulness online. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to provide much practical help or be able to supply any yarn or needles/hooks. but if you already know how to knit or crochet, […]

Read More

Assessments

As announced on 26 March, in Spring semester 2020 all examinations for students on professional undergraduate programmes in years 1 and 2, undergraduates in years 3 and 4, and taught postgraduates will be replaced with remote examinations or alternative assessments (see the University FAQs for full information). We have added information to our Canvas and Learning […]

Read More

Dissertation help

We have just completed our spring dissertation roadshows. We had two sessions one in Pathfoot and one in the library. If you were not able to make these sessions, don’t worry you can still access all of the resources and help that we were advertising. We have a module on UniDesk (which you access via […]

Read More