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Blog Entry Dogs, bubble wrap and chilli on hand to help stressed students
Students’ Union offers array of unusual ways to help students deal with exam stress
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / May
Blog Entry January blues? Students' Union launches 2018 with de-stress events to ease exam nerves
Cupcake decorating, face mask making and relaxation session among range of events for students kicking off on Monday 8 January
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / January
Supervising, Examining and Supporting Postgraduate Researchers
Located in Offices / / Researcher Development / Postgraduate Researcher Development
Blog Entry Tackling student cheating by reimagining university assessment
Pro Vice-Chancellor for student experience Professor Jon Scott explores how a movement towards ‘authentic assessment’ could be the key to outsmarting essay mills in Guardian opinion piece
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / June
Blog Entry The Multiple-Choice Test: truly objective assessment?
The multiple choice test is a ubiquitous feature of educational assessment across the globe. In this article and podcast, Professor Glenn Fulcher of Leicester's School of Education traces its origins, challenges its objectivity and anticipates its future impact.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Education

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