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How a student-led Midwifery conference connects final-year students to their future profession

By Anna Stack,

The Midwifery Student International Conference gives an authentic experience of planning and delivering conferences. How was it impacted from being run remotely?

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Assessment Security and AI: Part 3

By David Yeats,

The third and final post in a series on assessment security and academic integrity.

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Assessment Security and AI: Part 2

By David Yeats,

The second post in a series on assessment security and academic integrity.

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Assessment Security and AI: Part 1

By David Yeats,

The first post in a new series on assessment security and academic integrity.

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3 actions to maintain academic integrity

By Maryanne Dever,

How can subject coordinators play an active role in reducing opportunities and motivations to cheat?

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What’s new in the Coronavirus Toolkit for Teaching?

By LX Team,

To keep up with changes that the challenge of responding to COVID-19 brings, we are updating this toolkit regularly – here are some of the key updates for you to be aware of.

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Authentic and Complex. Assessment and Feedback.

By David Yeats,

"When you come to a fork in the road, take it" - Yogi Berra

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Authentic assessment in a games arcade: Q&A with Ass. Prof. Tuck Leong

By Jamee Newland,

An exam in a games arcade? Find out how the exam came about, how it helps students learn and how it’s changed the way Tuck approaches his teaching.

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5 reasons to rethink the purpose of exams and to re-evaluate our approach

By Yasemin Tekmen Araci,

We have been educators for years. But have we ever thought about why we are having exams in our classes? What’s in it for the students? Are exams really necessary? We need to rethink the purpose of exams and to re-evaluate our approach as educators.

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You had me at bone marrow bingo

By Allison Glavin,

The study of blood doesn’t tend to conjure up images of classroom banter, bingo calls or The Biebs. Until Associate Lecturer Rebecca Keppel and her team of scientists decided to change all that.

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