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Peer assessment
"Factors influencing student peer assessment." Primrose Freestone, Department of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation, University of Leicester
Located in Offices / / Repository / Case studies
Micro-feedback in discussion posts
"Micro-feedback in discussion posts. HS1000: Great History Conundrum." Alex Moseley, Leicester Learning Institute and Nick Palmer, School of History, University of Leicester
Located in Offices / / Repository / Case studies
Developing employability through staff-student partnerships
"Developing and accrediting employability through staff-student partnerships" Marta Ulanicka and Dr Alexandra Patel, Leicester Learning Institute
Located in Offices / / Case studies / Learning and Teaching Conference 2015
Developing an alumni mentoring scheme
"Developing an alumni mentoring scheme" Korin Grant, Department of Economics. Louise Green and Jai Shah, College of Social Science
Located in Offices / / Case studies / Learning and Teaching Conference 2015
Resilience-building for 1st year students
"A resilience-building course for 1st year students" Dr Jonathan Hales, Medical and Social Care Education
Located in Offices / / Case studies / Learning and Teaching Conference 2015
File Moving beyond 'study skills': Principles for effective practice in supporting students' learning (Curriculum Planning Aid)
Located in Offices / / Student Learning Resources / Supporting Students' Academic Development
Blog Entry Bringing international experts together to improve student mental health and wellbeing
Global Student Living Conference to be held at Leicester, one of the first UK universities to offer student counselling services, on Thursday 21 June
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / June
Blog Entry University shortlisted in 10th annual Times Higher Education Awards
University recognised for Outstanding Support for Students
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / September
Blog Entry Survey reveals student demand for sustainability education
Findings from the recent NUS student skills survey show 88% of students believe that universities should actively incorporate and promote sustainable development.
Located in Offices / / Social Impact Team News / 2017 News
Turning Point Alcohol and Drugs Training
The Student Welfare Service is collaborating with Turning Point to deliver Alcohol and Drugs training which will cover: The different types of substances people use and the effects of these (including NPS); Drug classifications and the law; How harm reduction is used to support individuals; How healthy lifestyle choices are used to support individuals.
Located in News and Events / / 2018 / November

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