As you begin university you will need to consider where you are going to study at home and begin to prepare this space so that you are ready to use it from the beginning of September. There are some hints … Continue reading →
As you begin to study in Higher Education you’ll find that there are lots of sources of support. The Skills Hub at the University of Northampton is one of these. When you have enrolled as a student you will be … Continue reading →
This week our FDLT year 1 students reached the end of their first year at university. It was great to be able to welcome them back to Devonshire Place and the Waterside Campus, Northampton to work face to face making … Continue reading →
BBC Sound Effects is a useful site that can be used to create resources. It can be accessed here. It can be searched to find a huge variety of sounds that can be downloaded or linked to for educational purposes. … Continue reading →
Today, on World Children’s Day, the Digital Futures Commission (DFC) has been launched to explore digital innovation with a focus on children and young people and informed by their voices. Their research focus is on: play in a digital world … Continue reading →
The National Literacy Trust have recently shared some resources to support educators planning for October’s Black History Month. The resource Black Lives Matter: Book lists for ages 0 to 16+ features books by black authors and illustrators and exemplify the … Continue reading →
We are now accepting applications for the FDLT and BALT courses starting in September 2021. If you work in a supporting role in an educational setting and are interested in studying for a degree at the University of Northampton you … Continue reading →
When you begin reading for your modules and assignments you will need to collect the details to construct Harvard references for each source that you use. Here are three tips to help you as you start out.