Tagged: History

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Heritage Open Days

Have you heard of the national Heritage Open Days? Whether you are a veteran or a novice, make sure you take part in this years’ open days! Every September thousands of volunteers organise events to...

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Write an essay, get a kitten!

Originally compiled to assist students with dyslexia and special needs, AbilityNet’s great blog posting has tips on apps for motivation and focus when studying which will help everyone. If you’re busy revising or finishing...

Digital drama and 100 banners

Partnering with museums, archives and arts organisations across Greater London, Digital Drama have been working with community groups and artist Becci Kenning of www.art-in-transit.com to create 100 Banners inspired by the suffrage banner collection held in the archives...

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Teach History with Art UK

With over 200,000 artworks available to look at and learn about, Art UK can be a valuable learning resource. This video will take you through how to get the most out of the site...

Study Skills: Self-efficacy

Self-efficacy and Study Skills   What is Self-Efficacy and why is it important?   Bandura (1977) suggests that self-efficacy is a belief in one’s abilities or capabilities. But don’t mistake self-confidence for self-efficacy! You...

Dissertation Drop-ins

We know that it’s easy to put off and avoid writing your dissertation – getting all the ironing done and washing all those dirty dishes suddenly seem very interesting things to do! That’s why...