Humanities • Blended and Online Learning
Promoting blended and online teaching in FHM to enhance students’ learning:
Increasing readiness, resources, innovation and effectiveness
What We Do
We aim to provide every FHM colleague with the principled and practical resources necessary to develop their online teaching to a level consistent with the quality of the best
online courses available at top universities anywhere in the world.
8th July 2022
5th Annual e-Resources Roundtable/Poster Conference will bring together primary, secondary and university teachers to share the lessons learned from online and blended teaching over the last two years. Together we will look ahead to consider how teaching and learning will continue to be impacted in the future. Presenters will share innovative uses of technology to help students with motivation, comprehension, participation and increased opportunity for authentic and creative expression. Now click here to learn more about our event or join us below to receive recent updates from us!
Highlights of innovative resources for developing blended and online teaching pedagogies and practices in the faculty
Who We Are
Our project team members are 14 academic and research staff from Faculty of Humanities, including 2 from Department of Chinese Language Studies, 5 from Department of English Language Education, 3 from Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies, 2 from Department of Literature and Cultural Studies and 2 from Centre for Language in Education.
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