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Digital Literacy Session: Further Material

Hi guys! Over the course of the past week you should have all had a session on Digital Literacy from either Sarah, Nic, Tom or myself. We really hope you enjoyed the session, as it was certainly good fun to teach and to see some of your reactions to what we spoke about! As promised, we can share a bit more material with you if you want to act on what we spoke about. The first thing to share is probably the slides, for those of you who wanted to have another look at those. Continue reading →

World Cafe: Drawing Conclusions

This is the last week of formally structured courses for the MANG1020 module, and the course is finishing with a World Cafe, similar to the one that started the module. In the cafe, we will consider the journey and experiences across the modules, and what we have gained from it. This should provide some important reflection that might even be able to be used as part of our Assignments. Continue reading →

Dr Whitehead MP, and power

On Friday 27th, we welcomed Dr Alan Whitehead MP to give us a lecture centred around the idea of where power might lay in society. Dr Whitehead MP gave the attendees a brief run down of the British Parliamentary system, making a number of interesting points. He posed the question "Who has more power in their state; Barrack Obama, or David Cameron?". The audience responded with a 50/50 vote, but Dr Whitehead MP then explained why it was in fact Cameron who held the most power in his state. Continue reading →

Exciting Guest Lecturer, Dr Alan Whitehead MP

Tomorrow there is an exciting Guest Speaker, Dr Alan Whitehead MP. Below is the announcement from Blackboard, make sure to come along and ask any burning questions you have! " We have the pleasure and privilege of welcoming Dr Alan Whitehead MP to speak with us and join in conversation at our session this Friday. It will be a unique opportunity to engage with a senior government politician who is a member of the Labour Party opposition shadow ministerial team. Continue reading →