Eight out of ten top Lists from School of History, Classics, and Archaeology TAGS: | | Students absolutely love it and are doing more reading because of the ease of access. Academic staff have requested Resource Lists for their honours courses so that more students can …Continue reading →

Sociology 1A Takes Top Spot TAGS: | | Averaging 67.3 visits per student, Sociology 1A took the top spot for most active Resource List in semester one 2014/15. We asked course organiser Susie Donnelly how the experience of …Continue reading →

What makes a good Resource List? TAGS: | | The content is important, but what about the style and structure? What about length? Can a list be too long? Or too short? In what ways can a resource list …Continue reading →

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Edinburgh’s Zombie Resource List is a winner TAGS: | | | The University of Edinburgh has won Talis Aspire’s Reading List challenge! Congratulations to Stephanie (Charlie) Farley creator of the winning list, which beat 26 other entries from across the UK …Continue reading →

Promoting great lists – EDCMOOC TAGS: | | EDCMOOC Created by Jeremy Knox Moray House School of Education   Jeremy created this resource list to complement the University of Edinburgh MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), E-Learning and Digital …Continue reading →

Promoting great lists TAGS: | | | | The sources of knowledge: Understanding and analysing research literature [SV1-FLEX]  Created by Dr Peter Allison FRGS Senior Lecturer Values and Experiential Learning / Depute Director of Postgraduate Studies What initially …Continue reading →

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