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The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 1: Paola Sangster & ‘Fierce Conversations’ by Susan Scott In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Paola Sangster, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education and Social Work, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Fierce Conversations’ by Susan Scott.  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24    
The University of Dundee Book Club Episode 8: Dr Anna Notaro, ‘Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland’ by Sara Sheridan   In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.    In this Episode In this episode Dr Anna Notaro, senior lecturer in contemporary media theory at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, discusses Sara Sheridan’s book ‘Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland’.     Find out more:  You can find out more about Anna Notaro here: www.notarofam.com/annawork  Follow Anna Notaro on Twitter @DrAnnaNotaro     From the Episode:  Sara Sheridan, Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland  (2019) https://shop.historicenvironment.scot/where-are-the-women   Sara Sheridan’s Twitter handle @sarasheridan   A review of the Netflix series Self-made (2020) based on Madam CJ Walker, the first female self-made millionaire in America https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/25/opinions/netflix-self-made-madam-cj-walker-jones/index.html   On Feminist interventions in European city streets: https://www.citymetric.com/fabric/paris-amsterdam-and-brussels-feminists-are-campaigning-name-more-streets-after-women-4137   On Janice Aitken’s project  “My Silence will never protect me” (Slessor Gardens, Dundee 2018)   https://www.dundee.ac.uk/djcad/dispatches/2018/article/my-silence-will-never-protect-me--exhibition-by-senior-lecturer-janice-aitken.php   On Katharina Cibulka’ art project "As long as" (2018)  https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/vienna-public-art-1321103   On Rebecca Solnit’s NYC Subway project (2016) https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/city-of-women   "While We Are Still Here", Historical Preservation Society (Harlem, NYC) https://whilewearestillhere.org/   To view the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Degree Show 2020 visit https://www.dundee.ac.uk/degreeshow/2020/    The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.  The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 6: Dr. Karen Petrie, ‘Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men’ by Caroline Criado Perez  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Dr. Karen Petrie, Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching at the School of Science and Engineering, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men’ by Caroline Criado Perez.  Find Out More:  You can find out more about Karen, including her research interests here Follow Karen on Twitter @  From the Episode:  Introducing the social concept of the ‘designated driver’.  See section titled ‘Should television be used to teach values?”  here ‘Flow’ by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. Listen to Mihaly’s TEDTalkhere ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman.  Listen to his talk at Google here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24   
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 5: Dr. Alex Barrable, ‘Last Child in the Woods’ by Richard Louv  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Dr Alex Barrable, Lecturer in Education at the School of Education and Social Work, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Last child in the woods’ by Richard Louv.   Find Out More:  You can find out more about Alex, including her research interests here Follow Alex on Twitter @AlexiaBarrable Listen to Alex’s TEDTalk here  From the Episode:  You can find Alex’s books ‘Growing up Happy’ and ‘Growing up Wild’ here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24   
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 4: Erin Hardee  Equity, Exclusion and Everyday Science Learning:  The Experiences of Minoritised Groups  by Emily Dawson  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Erin Hardee, Schools Outreach Organizer at the School of Life Sciences discusses equity, exclusion and everyday science.  This was a brilliant discussion that covered lots of interesting topics, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!  Find Out More:  Follow Erin on Twitter @erindubitably Buy ‘Equity, Exclusion and Everyday Science Learning: The Experiences of Minoritised Groups’ by Emily Dawson of here Read a free ‘zine’ edition of Emily’s book here   From the Episode:  No one knows how to make a pencil here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24 
The University of Dundee Book Club Episode 10: Sharron Tonner-Saunders and ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J. K. Rowling    In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.   This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.    In this Episode In this episode Sharron Tonner-Saunders takes us on a magical conversation about identity and the power of writing your own story drawn from ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ by J. K. Rowling.  Find out more:  You can find out more about Sharon here Follow Sharon on Twitter @tecnoteach Watch the ‘Hands around the World’ video here  Visit Sharon’s blog here   The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.  The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!   Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music   Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24      
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 3: Aliki Varvogli, ‘Walden’ by Thoreau  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Dr Aliki Varvogli, Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching at the School of Humanities, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Walden’ by Henry David Thoreau.   Find Out More:  You can find out more about Aliki, including her research interests here Follow Aliki on Twitter @ alikivarvogli Aliki’s book on Paul Auster contains a chapter on Thoreau and is available here Find out more about Walden Pond here and see it here  From the Episode:  ‘Super Better’ by Jane McGonigal, listen to Jane’s TEDTalk here Learn more about ‘post-traumatic growth’ here and here  Bronnie Ware ‘Regrets of the Dying’ here Learn more about the monopoly study and privilege here  “…brilliance comes from thinking.” Josh Waitzkin.  Listen to interview here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24   
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 2: Eddie Valentine.  The Magic-Weaving business - Finding the heart of learning and teaching' by Sir John Jones  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24    
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.  In this EpisodeIn this episode Derek Robertson, Senior Lecturer in Education within the School of Education and Social Work, offers an engaging discussion around the key ideas from James Paul Gee’s book ‘What Video Games Have to Teach Us about Learning and Literacy’. Find out more: ·       You can find out more about Derek: here and read his blog here·       Follow Derek on Twitter @derekrobertson ·         Miller, D.J., Robertson, D.P., Hudson, A. & Shimi, J. (2012) Signature pedagogy in the early years: the role of COTS game-based learning. Computers in the Schools, 29 (1-2), 227-247.·       Miller, D.J. & Robertson, D.P. (2011) Educational benefits of using games consoles in a primary classroom: a randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Educational Technology, 42 (5), 850-864.·       Miller, D.J. & Robertson, D.P. (2010). Using a games-console in the primary classroom: effects of ‘Brain Training’ programme on computation and self-esteem. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41 (2), 242-255.·       Robertson, D.P. (2009) The Games in Schools Community of Practice Report. European Schoolnet. Available here  From the Episode: “Super Better: A revolutionary approach to getting stronger, happier, braver and more resilience” by Jane McGonigal.  Find out more here The University of Dundee·       Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience. ·       The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.·       2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction·       Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)·       The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music ImageImage courtesy of Sincerely Media Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24  
The University of Dundee Book ClubEpisode 8: Dr Anna Notaro, ‘Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland’ by Sara Sheridan In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.  In this EpisodeIn this episode Dr Anna Notaro, senior lecturer in contemporary media theory at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, discusses Sara Sheridan’s book ‘Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland’.    Find out more: ·       You can find out more about Anna Notaro here: www.notarofam.com/annawork ·       Follow Anna Notaro on Twitter @DrAnnaNotaro   From the Episode: ·       Sara Sheridan, Where Are the Women, A Guide to An Imagined Scotland  (2019) https://shop.historicenvironment.scot/where-are-the-women  ·       Sara Sheridan’s Twitter handle @sarasheridan  ·       A review of the Netflix series Self-made (2020) based on Madam CJ Walker, the first female self-made millionaire in America https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/25/opinions/netflix-self-made-madam-cj-walker-jones/index.html  ·       On Feminist interventions in European city streets: https://www.citymetric.com/fabric/paris-amsterdam-and-brussels-feminists-are-campaigning-name-more-streets-after-women-4137  ·       On Janice Aitken’s project  “My Silence will never protect me” (Slessor Gardens, Dundee 2018)  ·       https://www.dundee.ac.uk/djcad/dispatches/2018/article/my-silence-will-never-protect-me--exhibition-by-senior-lecturer-janice-aitken.php  ·       On Katharina Cibulka’ art project "As long as" (2018)  https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/vienna-public-art-1321103  ·       On Rebecca Solnit’s NYC Subway project (2016) https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/city-of-women  ·       "While We Are Still Here", Historical Preservation Society (Harlem, NYC) https://whilewearestillhere.org/  ·       To view the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Degree Show 2020 visit https://www.dundee.ac.uk/degreeshow/2020/   The University of Dundee·       Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience. ·       The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.·       2019
The University of Dundee Book Club  Episode 1: Paola Sangster & 'Fierce Conversations' by Susan Scott  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Paola Sangster, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education and Social Work, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Fierce Conversations’ by Susan Scott.  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24    
The University of Dundee Book ClubEpisode 7: Daniel Cook, ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.  In this EpisodeIn this episode Dr Daniel Cook, Senior Lecturer and Head of English in the School of Humanities, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. Find Out More:·       You can find out more about Daniel, including his research interests here·       Follow Daniel (@ drdanielcook) and the Dundee Gothic Group (@ DundeeGothic) on Twitter·       The bicentennial “Dundee Edition” of ‘Frankenstein’ is available for FREE here·       Find out more about Mary Shelley’s life in Dundee here and here From the Episode:·       Learn more about ‘The Hero with a Thousand Faces’ by Joseph Campbell here ·       Find out more about Danny Boyle’s adaptation of Frankenstein here The University of Dundee·       Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience. ·       The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.·       2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction·       Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)·       The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music ImageImage courtesy of Sincerely Media Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24    
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.  In this EpisodeIn this episode Dr. Karen Petrie, Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching at the School of Science and Engineering, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men’ by Caroline Criado Perez.  Find Out More: ·       You can find out more about Karen, including her research interests here·       Follow Karen on Twitter @ From the Episode: ·       Introducing the social concept of the ‘designated driver’.  See section titled ‘Should television be used to teach values?”  here·       ‘Flow’ by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.  Listen to Mihaly’s TEDTalk here ·       ‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’ by Daniel Kahneman.  Listen to his talk at Google here  The University of Dundee·       Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.  ·       The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.·       2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction·       Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)·       The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music ImageImage courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24 
Episode 5: Alex Barrable, ‘Last Child in the Woods’ by Richard Louv  In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Dr Alex Barrable, Lecturer in Education at the School of Education and Social Work, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Last child in the woods’ by Richard Louv.   Find Out More:  You can find out more about Alex, including her research interests here Follow Alex on Twitter @AlexiaBarrable Listen to Alex’s TEDTalk here  From the Episode:  You can find Alex’s books ‘Growing up Happy’ and ‘Growing up Wild’ here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24   
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club. In this EpisodeIn this episode Erin Hardee, Schools Outreach Organizer at the School of Life Sciences discusses equity, exclusion and everyday science.  This was a brilliant discussion that covered lots of interesting topics, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Find Out More: ·       Follow Erin on Twitter @erindubitably·       Buy ‘Equity, Exclusion and Everyday Science Learning: The Experiences of Minoritised Groups’ by Emily Dawson of here·       Read a free ‘zine’ edition of Emily’s book here From the Episode: ·       No one knows how to make a pencil here The University of Dundee·       Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.  ·       The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.·       2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction·       Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)·       The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music ImageImage courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24  
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus.  This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club.   In this Episode In this episode Dr Aliki Varvogli, Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching at the School of Humanities, discusses some of the key ideas and themes from the book ‘Walden’ by Henry David Thoreau.   Find Out More:  You can find out more about Aliki, including her research interests here Follow Aliki on Twitter @ alikivarvogli Aliki’s book on Paul Auster contains a chapter on Thoreau and is available here Find out more about Walden Pond here and see it here  From the Episode:  ‘Super Better’ by Jane McGonigal, listen to Jane’s TEDTalk here Learn more about ‘post-traumatic growth’ here and here  Bronnie Ware ‘Regrets of the Dying’ here Learn more about the monopoly study and privilege here  “…brilliance comes from thinking.” Josh Waitzkin.  Listen to interview here  The University of Dundee Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. 2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’!  Music Music courtesy of Jospeh McDade  Track Title: On the Verge  Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/music  Image Image courtesy of Sincerely Media  Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24 
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books and ideas that have inspired and influenced the different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club. In this episode we hear from Eddie Valentine who is speaking to us about the book ‘The Magic-Weaving business - Finding the heart of learning and teaching' by Sir John Jones. Find Out More: Follow Twitter: ·      Eddie - @3ddieValentine·      Jonathan - @Jonathan_B_82·      Sir John Jones - @sirjohnfjones  Listen to Sir John:·      BRAES - www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQLIm_iwEZM·      QELi Talk: www.youtube.com/watch?v=LL4o4AnOMsU&t=28s Visit Sir John’s Website:·      https://sirjohnjones.com/  The University of Dundee·      Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.   ·      The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world. ·      2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfaction ·      Received the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) ·      The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/musicImage Image courtesy of Sincerely Media Available at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24
In this podcast you will have the opportunity to learn out about the books that have inspired and influenced the many different and wonderful people that we have here on campus. And hopefully you’ll be able to take away some their ideas, strategies and stories and begin using them to make a difference in your life.   This is the University of Dundee, welcome to our book club. In this episode we hear from Paola Sangster who is speaking to us about the book ‘Fierce Conversations’ by Susan Scott.Find Out More: ‘Fierce Conversations’ by Susan Scott is available anywhere you buy books.Hear Susan’s TEDTalk here: The Case for Radical Transparency Listen to Susan talk about Fierce Conversations on the Unbeatable Mind podcast: https://unbeatablemind.com/susan-scott/Visit her organization’s website: https://fierceinc.com/trainingFollow her organization on Twitter @fierce_inc The University of DundeeSunday Times Good University Guide 2020 recognised us as the University of the Year for Student Experience.  The Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings placed us 20th in the world.2019 National Student Survey ranked us as 4th in the UK for overall satisfactionReceived the Gold award in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)The Wall Street Journal and Lonely Planet listed Dundee as one of their top ten `places to visit in 2018’, and GQ called us `Scotland’s coolest city’! MusicMusic courtesy of Jospeh McDade Track Title: On the Verge Available at:  https://josephmcdade.com/musicImageImage courtesy of Sincerely MediaAvailable at: https://unsplash.com/photos/nGrfKmtwv24
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