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a physicist, Tim Berners-Lee, at CERN, in Geneva, for the rapid, world-wide exchange of scientific information, ... unlimited and, as more and more people gain access to it, so its potential as a teaching tool becomes more ... attractive. Vol 3, Issue 2 2003-05-01 00:00:00 doi: 10.11120/msor.2003.03020032 Journal ...Knowledge Hub resource
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A new event to help smooth the induction of year 1 students to university was run in the Physics ... engagement expected of them. After some ice-breakers and simple problem-solving, an open-ended physics ... problem on a topical issue was presented to the students who were organised to work in groups. Vol 1, ...Knowledge Hub resource
Students project on international students' engagement in group- and project-based teaching. The ... The Engineering Subject Centre undertook a research project as part of the Teaching International ... McLarenDownloadhttps://hea-uat.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/engineering_group_work.pdf Download ...Knowledge Hub resource
Education Award- Outstanding Digital Innovation in Teaching or Research. RUHere? Was also showcased at our ... the conference, helped delegates identify whether they were interested in the project and also ... extended far beyond the actual event itself. This blog expands on how things have developed in the six ...Blog