Guides & Resources

The following are some of our latest resources:

Innovative Digital Assessment Tablet and Books

Innovative Digital Assessment

In this guide, we propose you to consider setting assessments in formats not considered before. What is considered innovation in one discipline might not be considered as such in another. However, innovation generally means change directed at improving a current practice, and that the initiator sees this change as innovation in a specific context (Hannan and Silver, 2000). To proponents of digital innovation, the question is not whether technology should be used in classrooms, but how it should be used (Wellings and Levine, 2009).

Delivering Undergraduate Political Speeches: Creating confident communicators Speaker and Microphone

Delivering Undergraduate Political Speeches: Creating confident communicators

How combining practical training and academic research enabled students to write and deliver convincing arguments.

Designing Academic Integrity into Curricula Students in Lecture

Designing Academic Integrity into Curricula

Academic Integrity underpins every aspect of both staff and student activity in higher education. Providing credit for people’s work and ideas, reporting accurate research findings and completing our own work is vital to the reputation of higher education institutions, academics and our students as future professionals. However academic integrity is often only considered from a negative perspective, when a breach occurs.

Digital Resources Team (DRT)

We encourage staff to work with us to produce C2021 case studies and related resources. If you are interested in doing so, please complete this request form and a member of the team will get in touch with you:

If you have a direct question for the team, please email us via: