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OER Draft Releases: Theme 9 – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity

Final Versions of these OER are now available from our Resources pages, the University of Bath Learning Materials Filestore and Jorum.

This post showcases 5 resources from our 9th theme: Disciplinarity & Academic Identity.  These are:

  • Disciplinary Thinking – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity – Unit Overview
  • Disciplinary Thinking – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity – Workshop Plan
  • Disciplinary Thinking – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity – Presentation
  • Disciplinary Thinking – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity – Possible Assessment Tasks
  • Disciplinary Thinking – Disciplinarity and Academic Identity – Annotated Resource List

These resources are all still in development and we would always welcome any feedback you would want to give us, either in the comments below or by feedback form:

Theme 9 – Disciplinarity & Academic Identity – Unit Overview:

Theme 9 – Disciplinarity & Academic Identity – Workshop Plan:

Theme 9 – Disciplinarity & Academic Identity – Presentation:

Theme 9 – Disciplinarity & Academic Identity – Possible Assessment Tasks

Theme 9 – Disciplinarity & Academic Identity – Annotated Resource List

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