Deputy President (Education)

Nobody told me this job involved manual labour...

Saturday 5 October 2013 Deputy President (Education)

Welcome Week is coming to a close, and even though it has been amazing fun I am VERY grateful to be able to finally get some sleep tomorrow.

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eLearning updates

Wednesday 18 September 2013 Deputy President (Education)

An overview of all the happenings in the world of eLearning.

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The rise of the MOOC

Monday 9 September 2013 Deputy President (Education)

It was about a year ago that the word “MOOC” flashed up on my radar for the first time, but it seems now that I hear it wherever I go!

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Mums and Dads: Building a Family Tree

Saturday 10 August 2013 Deputy President (Education)

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The Ghost of Past DPEs

Thursday 1 August 2013 Deputy President (Education)

Those of you who have seen the DPE and DPW shared office this year will know the state that I found it in when starting handover a few weeks ago.

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Summer's Student-ICT Forum

Monday 24 June 2013 Deputy President (Education)

On Monday 10th June ICU held the last Student-ICT Forum of the year, this gave ICT the chance to engage with ICU’s rep system, to find out what students think and for students to bring up

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A big thanks to the 470+ reps

Friday 21 June 2013 Deputy President (Education)

I would like to thank the 470+ reps for all the hard work they have put in this year and keeping Imperial’s education to that of a high standard.

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SACAs - winners announced!

Thursday 23 May 2013 Deputy President (Education)

The ceremony for our first Student Academic Choice Awards took place on Tuesday 21

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2012/13 has the highest SOLE turnout (so far)

Monday 15 April 2013 Deputy President (Education)

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Spring's Student-ICT Forum

Friday 5 April 2013 Deputy President (Education)

On the 4 March I held another Student-ICT Forum, which gave all academic reps the chance to raise any ICT related issues or ideas to senior members of ICT staff, while ICT could use our views as a so

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