Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?
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Peer Assessment: Is It Really Helping Us Learn?

Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. Students have an array of different responses to the subject of group work and peer assessment. Some relish in being ‘the leader’, the driving force of a project where they can showcase their creativity and encourage their team members. Some quietly enjoy group tasks simply because it gives them the … Continue reading

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Keeping It Retro | Guest Blog for Scot Bloggers
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Keeping It Retro | Guest Blog for Scot Bloggers

Published by Scots Bloggers. If you’re like me and occassionally get fed up with the electrically buzzing of laptop computers, printers and other assorted modern technology, sometimes reminiscing in retro thingamabobs, vintage contraptions and old-fashioned customs can be a welcome change. Here is the ‘moon child’ short list of my favourite things to use/do that … Continue reading

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London Zoo Unpaid Graduate Job: Is It Fair or Just Free Labour?
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London Zoo Unpaid Graduate Job: Is It Fair or Just Free Labour?

Published by CultNoise magazine. When embarking on a career, most students know that it could be a long time before they earn a decent salary. They know that along with further education and professional career goals comes obligatory unpaid work experience placements and internships in their undergraduate years of study. It’s a great pleasure to … Continue reading

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Interview: Jennifer Mcgregor on Crohn’s Disease and Adaptive Clothing
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Interview: Jennifer Mcgregor on Crohn’s Disease and Adaptive Clothing

Earlier this month, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview 22-year-old Jennifer Mcgregor, an inspirational student who is carrying on the legacy of her late brother Duncan by building an adaptive fashion line for those with medical conditions which affect how they are able to wear clothing. Jennifer, originally from Clydebank, was … Continue reading

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