Centre for Legal Education

HOMEWOOD, Matthew J., ‘Can Multimedia Online Assessment Support Resources Hosted in a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Be Used to Effectively Close the Male Progression and BME Attainment Gap?

HOMEWOOD, Matthew J., ‘Can Multimedia Online Assessment Support Resources Hosted in a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Be Used to Effectively Close the Male Progression and BME Attainment Gap?’ (presented at the Twelfth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2016)   http://irep.ntu.ac.uk/28227/

LEG Newsletter (January 2011): materials distribution: pitfalls and practice

A group of 9 filled the meeting on 4th January with a detailed discussion, across a wide range of programmes and different experience, of “Materials distribution, pitfalls and practice”. This began with a discussion of the minima for electronic uploading for students but made us think about learning outcomes; what we are using materials for; […]

LEG Newsletter (June 2011): third NLS learning and teaching conference

This Newsletter summarises the Nottingham Law School’s 3rd Annual Learning and Teaching Conference on 8th June 2011. Andrea Nollent, Dean of the Law School, opened the event with a welcome and introduction about the nature of teaching and learning. After a general discussion, Andrea emphasis that in the current higher educational climate, it is not […]

LEG Newsletter (May 2012): fourth NLS learning and teaching conference

This Newsletter summarises the Nottingham Law School’s 4th Annual Learning and Teaching Conference on 1th May 2012. Becky Huxley-Binns, Learning and Teaching Coordinator, opened the event with a presentation entitled ‘Tuition, Recession, Progression: Problems or a Perfect Storm?’ It was a personal reflection on what the changes on education in general and legal education in […]

LEG Newsletter (November 2013): What I learned from (someone else)

The Legal Education Group is a discussion group, organised by the Centre for Legal Education but open to everyone (including, if your line manager says yes, subject administrators). It positively benefits from bringing together people from across the school. The autumn meeting focussed on: “What I learned from …” – sharing tips and techniques that […]