A national conference hosted by Teesside University, this event brings together sector leaders, researchers and academics to discuss what ‘the Education Revolution’ means to their practice and the direction and purpose of Higher Education. The event seeks to help delegates
We are pleased to share with colleagues the recording from our sixth and final Adobe Creative Campus Live event that looked at ‘Immersive Learning’ and also explained how colleagues can now access the free assets available through Adobe Stock. The
We are pleased to share with colleagues the recording from our June Adobe Creative Campus Live event which looked at ‘Creative Assessment’. Our Adobe Creative Campus Live event this month looked at ‘creative assessment’. The session featured contributions from Sam
We are pleased to share with colleagues the recording from our May Adobe Creative Campus Live event which looked at ‘Project Based Learning’. The session featured contributions from Bev Boden (TUBS, Teesside University) who spoke about and shared some of
We are pleased to share with colleagues the recording from our April Adobe Creative Campus Live event which looked at ‘Presentation, Communication & Collaboration’. The session featured contributions from Charles Tait (MIMA, Teesside University) who spoke about and shared some
As many of you will know, in July 2019 we ran the first annual Teesside University Digital Learning Conference; a national event with attendance from across the education and business sectors. The conference was a great success and, naturally, we were very much looking forward to our second event in July 2020…
Today we’re releasing a page of resources for you with guidance on how to use the StREAM system, accompanied by helpful videos. The resources will enable staff to continue effective personal tutoring whilst working remotely. For advice on remote personal tutoring itself (rather than the system we us), please refer to the guidance already available…
Microsoft OneNote is a digital notebook and organiser which users can access from a desktop / mobile app or the browser…
This is a guest blog post by Dr Mark Butler, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader MSc Intelligence and Data Analytics from School of Science, Engineering & Design. He currently teaches crime scene examination techniques as well as intelligence analysis. Email:
Reaction engineering is a core chemical engineering topic that relies heavily on integral calculus and mathematical modelling. At Teesside University, it is taught in modules across two years – simple reactor modelling at Level 5, and complex reactor modelling at Level 6.
Whilst many students demonstrate high levels of attainment on both modules, the topic is considered challenging and a significant proportion struggle to master the mathematics contained within.