Category Archives: Teaching

IEEE publication – now in print

Great to have our work highlighted by Shannon Chance in her latest blog  about  the IEEE  Transactions on Education Special Issue on Increasing the Socio-Cultural Diversity of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Related Fields (for us that means audio engineering!  … Continue reading

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Msc Audio and Music Technology

From 2013-2017 I was programme leader for the MSc in Audio and Music Technology, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of York. The MSc Audio and Music Technology is suitable for students with science, engineering or arts backgrounds, who want to gain … Continue reading

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From WordPress Womble to WordPress Winner

I recently presented some of my work on embedding Real-World Assessments in our MSc Audio and Music Technology programme at the Uni of York’s E-learning Development Team Show and Tell (November 22nd) I looked at using technology, in particular websites … Continue reading

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Making learning authentic – blog post

CARMEN ÁLVAREZ-MAYO has written a blog post about my recent York Learning and Teacing Forum Workshop.   In it she suggests that using ‘authentic’ or ‘real world’ assessment activities sits four square within Zepke’s and Leach’s 10 action points for improving … Continue reading

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Hearing and Voice

This term I’m lab leader for the BSc Music Technology undergraduate course “Hearing and Voice” which is taught by David Howard and Jez Wells.

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