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Checklist: Preparing to share, and sharing your thoughts on resources in HumBox
This checklist was devised by the project team to help users consider resource uploading and reviewing effectively: the layout of the resource, how best to describe it, and the importance of metadata.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video Session 1: Reviewing a Resource and adding comments
The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this first session have been divided into parts, just under 5 and 9 minutes long respectively, in wmv format. Together they reflect the discussions held on the importance and practicalities of reviewing resources in HumBox.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video Session 4: Engaging the Humanities Subject Communities
The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this third session last for under 6 minutes, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on the attributes of the online space that will benefit colleagues and how project partners can engage them.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video: Session 2: Thoughts for completing the workshop reviews
The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this second session have been divided into 2 parts, lasting 8 and 6 minutes respectively, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on peer reviewing in the context of the workshop and the project.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop video Session 5: Workshop round-up - dissemination and sustainability
The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this fifth and final last 10 minutes, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on sustainability of the repository and how to disseminate the advantages of using HumBox effectively.

Shared with the World by Mrs Lisa Lavender

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HumBox Peer Review workshop
These videos were filmed during a two day workshop looking at open education resources issues such as peer review/commenting, quality, copyright held as part of the HumBox project 2009/10

Shared with the World by Alison Dickens

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Modern Languages: Russian Translation
This IBL was created for the Modern Languages Department to help students develop their translation skills from Russian to English. This resource was produced with the help of CILASS (Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences) at the University of Sheffield (see http://www.shef.ac.uk/cilass).

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Peer reviewing a seminar: The Bonesetter's Daughter
Two exercises on seminar planning designed for use by English lecturers seeking to develop their skills. Both activities can be used either by individual lecturers or in groups. They involve viewing a video of an English Literature seminar. The activities have been designed to create a suggestive space in which to think about the languages of seminars, and the forms of social, intellectual, and personal exchange that take place within them. There is also an overview of the activities.

Shared with the World by Mr Brett Lucas

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Peer reviewing lectures
There are three activities in this resource, and they have been created around actual lectures delivered by staff at Royal Holloway, University of London, King’s College London and the University of Nottingham. Each lecture demonstrates different approaches to lecturing. The peer review activities are designed to prompt individuals or groups to begin thinking critically about what makes a good lecture/lecturer and what tools and tasks can help make a particular lecture more or less successful.

Shared with the World by Mr Brett Lucas

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Rewriting and responding to criticism
Presentation used with Postgraduate Research students at the University of Southampton

Shared with the World by Dr John Canning

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