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#LearnHack 5.0 Open Education at UCL
This collection features presentations given during the #LearnHack 5.0 Open Education event which was held at UCL on 5 and 6 November 2018.

Shared with the World by UCL Open Education

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Cardiovascular effects of exercise training: How does your heart benefit when you exercise?
Cardiovascular effects of exercise explained for the general public, including simulations, videos and scientific papers. Used to inform and provoke the general public live healthier and learn more. The concepts explained can facilitate the teaching and learning process. Some of the concepts covered are: Risks factors and causes of cardiovascular disease. The way cardiovascular disease causes chronic kidney disease and problems with other organs such as the lungs. The videos created explaining heart adaptations can also be used to facilitate the teaching and learning process. The scientific blog can showcase the type of work first year Applied Medical Sciences, Cancer Biomedicine and Nutrition are expected to create.

Shared with the World by Dr Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez

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Case study/example of how teaching practitioners at UCL are integrating open practices
This presentation provides a case study of how OER was used to teach students in medical sciences and how students created educational output through a medical sciences module. This was presented at #Learn 5.0 Open Education on 5 and 6 November 2018.

Shared with the World by Dr Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez

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Disciplinary Categories and Their Effect on Gender Perception
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Disciplinary_Categories_and_Their_Effect_On_Gender_Perception.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Equity Diversification from an Allocation to Listed Infrastructure
This dissertation was submitted as part of the MSc Infrastructure Investment and Finance at the University College London Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. The dissertation is a study of the potential for an allocation to listed infrastructure to provide diversification against global equities.

Shared with the World by Dr Stanimira Milcheva

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Evidence in the Gender Pay Gap
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Evidence_in_the_Gender_Pay_Gap.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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How can archaeological archives be used as a resource for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners?
Archaeological archives are excellent ex situ resources for learning, however it is generally acknowledged that they are traditionally underused due to a variety of complex factors. The present study investigates how this situation has changed over the past for museums in England with stored archaeological collections, particularly to what extent they are used as a learning tool for formal education in universities and informal education for adult learners today.

Shared with the World by Corbishley Michael

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Imperialism in the study of children’s toy preferences
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depressionhttps://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Imperialism_in_the_study_of_children%E2%80%99s_toy_preferences.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19
This is a collection of the four best Wikibooks chapters produced by students on the UCL BASc Issues in Interdisciplinarity 2018-19 module, and includes the instructions and assessment rubric for the course.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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La Divina Commedia: un itinerario d'Amore
This essay was submitted as part of the ITALG003 'Dante: Divina Commedia' module at University College London, part of the Italian Studies MA. The course was led by Prof. John Took and this assessed work by Serena Pacera is an example of teaching output from that module. Essay abstract: An excursus focusing on Dante’s notion of Love as the organising principle of the universe. The cases of three poignant characters of the Commedia (Francesca da Rimini, Manfredi and Piccarda Donati) are examined, starting from the relationship between “amore d’animo” and “amore naturale”, between free will and self-consciousness.

Shared with the World by Prof John Took

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Truth in the Diagnosis of Depression
This Wikibooks chapter was produced as part of the 2018-19 Issues in Interdisciplinarity module on the UCL BASc's Approaches to Knowledge module. It is an example of student-generated work from the course. The full Wikibooks chapter can be found at this location: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Issues_in_Interdisciplinarity_2018-19/Truth_in_the_Diagnosis_of_Depression.

Shared with the World by James Everest

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Anson MacKay [URL hyperlink to video file]
Blogging as an assessment tool for a third-year Master's level module.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Emily Gulliksen Craste [URL hyperlink to video file]
Creating a virtual exhibition using UCL Reflect, UCL's blogging tool, in Arts and Science.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Lucie-Hannah Grange-François [URL hyperlink to video file]
Creating an online exhibition by using the UCL Reflect blogging platform.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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UCL Reflect: Educational blogs from our community - Nephtali Marina-Gonzalez [URL hyperlink to video file]
Introducing a portfolio assessment activity in Medical Sciences via blogging, with UCL Reflect.

Shared with the World by Dr Mina Sotiriou

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