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My real oak tree January 11th, 2017

Some unexpected lunchtime sunshine on Monday dragged me out to see whether I could find a real oak tree to follow this year (see My ‘oak tree’ 303 more words

2017 Durham Blackboard User Conference - Key Messages

On Thursday 5th January, the E-Learning Development Team attended the 17th Durham Blackboard Users Conference.

Keynote – Dr. Susie Schofield

In line with the conference theme, one of the strongest messages that emerged across sessions was the need to explore and optimise assessment and feedback practices. 548 more words

Our Research

LYNDSEY NESBITT

“Lyndsey Nesbitt. Seaham born and bred, moved away for a short amount of time but I’m back again.

I first got into painting, I like the word painter rather than artist. 333 more words

Three Theological Poems

It’s been a funny time for writing poetry.  I’m still awaiting an upsurge in confidence for some reason; and my creative energies have in many ways been employed elsewhere with academic work.   616 more words

Poetry

Flowers and Things

Photographed on 9 December 2017

Durham

Bishop of Durham asks Government how they assess safety of those deported to Democratic Republic of Congo

On 9th January 2017, the Bishop of Durham, Rt Revd Paul Butler, received an answer to a written question about the safety of those deported to the Democratic Republic of Congo. 114 more words

Question

Are you looking for outstanding childcare in Durham City Centre?

Are you returning to work soon and looking for the right nursery for your baby? Come and visit us at Yellow Wellies, in the heart of Durham City Centre. 452 more words