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Tips for Writing Cover Letters: The Four F*cks

Imagine you’re sitting at your desk at work on a Monday morning, and you have 218 unread emails in your inbox. You are part of a team at work, and so you have multiple people in multiple roles that you interact with each day: supervisors, team leaders, colleagues, customers, administrators, clients, members of the public, bureaucrats, etc. 884 more words

Cover Letters

Presentation DBS Annual Library Seminar 09/06/17

First up, here are my slides

From attending and listening at the seminar I learnt a lot from the keynote by Andrew Preator relating to critical reflective practice. 396 more words

Collaborative Non-accredited

The PDF Pilot and this eportfolio

I admit it: this project has not featured a lot of reflection from me, and certainly no deep reflection. I got the impression as the project progressed that this was intended by the NF. 447 more words

Professional Knowledge

Peer feedback in workshops (and student and lecturer feedback using moodle)

Communicating with colleagues on new service and using Moodle surveys to get a sense of the effectiveness.

New feedback mechanisms on Moodle, using the course review process from the previous iteration of a module to inform the new assessment of it. 122 more words

Collaborative Non-accredited

Various activities on 29th of March

29/03

Wrote catalogue notes for exhibition on migrants for the library- this is a first for us and we will be joining it to an online exhibition. 217 more words

Professional Knowledge

Group Moderation

First time I’ve done this and a great opportunity to discuss the assessment in a module in a collegiate manner. We looked at the MLOs and the assessment to see did they align and the group suggested some strengthening. 274 more words

Professional Knowledge

Back to the Future: Scholars Week WWU 2014

Scholar’s week continues to be a success at Western Washington University. A number of students within our Department of Communication Studies have been nominated for this prestigious week. 542 more words

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