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Teaching Digital Literacy and Academic Literacy

I am in the throes of revising a year-long second year undergraduate module, Prison Voices: Crime, Conviction and Confession, 1700-1900. Last year students worked towards two research blogs, designed for a public audience and published on the website we created www.prisonvoices.org. I am tremendously proud their work has been well-received, with their research posts … Continue Reading ››