This vlog post is all about how I use blended learning in the delivery of my postgraduate teaching. I had intended the video to last 5 minutes but turns out to be closer to 10 minutes. Anyway, here it is…
Previously I have blogged about why PhD students should use Twitter. This post has been motivated by a great post on spelling and grammar by Peter Matthews. One of the common criticisms of social media is that it encourages, or at least tolerates, poor spelling and grammar. As such universities should steer students away fromContinue reading “The perils of social media”
NB: This was originally posted in 2012. As of September 2018 I no longer work at Queen Margaret University. As such some of the links on the below post may no longer work. For information about my current post please go to the about me section of this website. Focus and purpose Queen Margaret UniversityContinue reading “What is Public Governance?”
I’m proud that our university – that was started by women, for women, is the only university to have an MPA with a core module on Gender and Equalities. So all our students will be required to consider gender and equalities as part of their wider study of public administration, management and governance.
A new programme has just been developed at Queen Margaret University. The Postgraduate Certificate in Public Services Governance is a one year programme that has been developed to support those who are currently charged with delivering public services. Modules on the programme include: Public Services Governance: Themes and Issues (Core) Public Finance Leading Change inContinue reading “Public Services Governance”