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In this step, Professor Hughes thanks current and former University of Nottigham staff for their contributions to the course.
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank several current and former colleagues at the University of Nottingham for their contributions to the course:

  • Alec Millward. As well as filming and editing all of the video content, Alec contributed several creative ideas to the project and was great fun to work with
  • Sarah Stubbings, who manages our FutureLearn courses at University of Nottingham, and patiently marshalled me through the course writing process
  • Gary Fisher, Emma Hutson and Helen Nicholls and Julian Tenney for their edits and wise counsel
  • A cross-faculty team comprised of current and former PhD students from the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences – Sahar Bakr, Joshua Caldicott, Katherine Morgan and Amy Wilcockson
  • Professor Sarah Speight for supporting the project
  • Simon Barnett for his work behind the scenes supporting filming and video production.

Finally, I would also like to thank you. As I mentioned in Week 1, you have been, without doubt, the beating heart of the course. By sharing your experiences from your own context of teaching and learning, you have added layers of knowledge and insight that have served to promote deeper understanding of the course topics and themes.

With further improvement in mind, could I ask you to use the comments below to provide me with some feedback. What did you like? What would you have liked more of? Was there anything you didn’t enjoy or could have been better explained? Would you like another course in this area? If so, what content would you like it to cover? Consistent with good design practice, I will use this information to improve this course in the future and maybe come up with something new!!!

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