Monthly Archives: May 2012

Coding and decoding

My bookshelves contain a number of books on qualitative analysis and yet somehow none of them ever quite seems to deliver what I want. Part of the reason for this dissatisfaction is that I teach a research methods module and … Continue reading

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Send up three and fourpence, we’re going to a dance (*)

It seems a long time since we completed the baseline report but we are still working through all of the dissemination activities we planned around it. This is partly because of the timescales of the committee system but also just … Continue reading

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Of course….

I was at a meeting about something else the other day and one of the Deans present said something which had a lot of resonance to the TRAFFIC project: “whatever new things you ask us to do, they must take … Continue reading

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Mini-project on Assignment Briefs

One of the mini-projects which we’re running as part of the TRAFFIC project is one to look at providing some kind of standard template for assignment briefs. Right away I have to admit that this isn’t the right terminology to … Continue reading

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Association of Business Schools Learning & Teaching Conference in association with the HEA 24th & 25th April 2012

Rachel and I presented a paper titled “Beginning to Transform Assessment and Feedback for Institutional Change at MMU”. Slides and a handout are provided below. ABS 2012 Conference slides TRAFFIC Handout Our sessions was well attended and the paper was … Continue reading

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