L&T poster session

16 posters from colleagues across the university form a range of departments were presented at the Learning and Teaching Conference.

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1 Evaluation of students use and perceptions of Articulate presentations
Katie Smith, Biology

2 Sending them back to the Dark Ages: Medieval archaeology as a vehicle for teaching critical thinking skills
Steve Ashby and Aleks McClain, Archaeology

LT-Forum-06-15-073 System level electronics integration through music synthesis
David Howard and Andy Hunt, Electronics

4 First year module design for students with diverse scientific backgrounds
Kathryn Arnold, Environment

5 Developing a digital literacy framework
Susan Halfpenny and Alison Kaye, Information DirectoratLT-Forum-06-15-06e

6 Using our ‘The Excellence in Teaching and Supervision Awards’ to drive quality enhancement, and to improve students’ academic experience
George Offer and William Manners, YUSU

7 The effect of self-reflection and teacher feedback on students’ writing in L2 Chinese
Dan Li, Languages for All, Language and Linguistic

LT-Forum-06-15-088 Could authenticity in teaching be the key to finding once’ place in the modern university?
Ioanna Katsikopoulou, Education

9 Using an On-Line Game to Encourage Engagement with Rote Exercises
Dave Pearce, Electronics
10 The impact of the muddiest-point technique on teaching

Saudi Sadiq Muhammad Muhammad, Language and Linguistic SciencePoster-13

11 How an inclusive environment helps students to reach their full potential
Lois Gregory and Linda Whiting, Equality and Diversity Office

12 (How) can we engage students with research skills?
Lynda Dunlop, Zoe Handley and Diana Rigg, Education

14 A comparison of motivation and academic skills on student performance and success between management and accounting and finance students
Shraddha Verma, Caroline Chaffer and Jill Webb, The York Management School

Poster-0915 Laying the foundations of integrity in research: Designing and delivering an online research integrity tutorial for postgraduate research students
Stephen Gow, Academic Support OfficeLT-Forum-06-15-05

16 Mathematics and Statistics Learning Support @ The University of York
Francis Duah and Chris Mellor, Academic Support Office

17 What are you doing about Widening Participation?
Tamlyn Ryan, Academic Support Office; Helen Smith and Angela Morris, Widening Participation

18 The Learning and Teaching Forum

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