Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Rate my NILE award winners May 2012




Well done to those in the school who won in the student voted Rate my NILE awards namely:



CSY1017 Computer Communications Rashmi Dravid
ENG3010 CORROSION ANALYSIS Steve Mabbutt
ENG3012 THERMOGRAPHIC IMAGING Muhammad Zaid


and related GEOG1013 Geographical Techniques Faith Tucker.


Comments made by students across the university about NILE modules taken from: http://blogs.northampton.ac.uk/learntech/2012/06/04/rate-my-nile-awards-may-2012/ by Rob Howe



The tutor has a very different approach when using the Nile site. He has a very unique way of presentening the site design and navigation and the content that he uses is just superb. Very helpful, and has really enhanced my learning while I have been in and outside university.He does not just use the Nile site for his lecture notes.
But, he also puts new material on the Nile site, also online lectures and a array of activities for us to do. That will enhance our knowledge not only in lectures but for the upcoming assignments.
It clearly outlines the criteria to help one achieve success in the module.
 You receive a great amount of help for each assessment and for seminar work. You also are told straight away about updates as soon as they can be put up on NILE. All the lecture notes and seminar work is put up straight away giving you plenty of time to do your work and giving enough time to do other module work. The criminal law tutors go out of their way to help students who are stuck providing help over email or face to face help…which helps those that are shy. You are also provided with quizzes which help you to revise and motivate you as the revision is put across in an interesting activity.
 The tutor spent time putting articles and other information on to nile which has helped enormously with learning, and for future reference. her module was outstanding and this is reflected in the content on nile.
As an international student with no previous experience of site like NILE as a resource, the tutor the way she present the information on the site, is really helpful and efficient. Always there to help her students, my experience as an international student was enhanced by the collaboration of my tutor.
The good thing about Nile is that i can access your learning material, communicate with the lecturers easily and from anywhere.
Kept up to date quickly. Guidelines given to direct students in an informative way. Very helpul and allayed a lot of anxieties. Innovative and informative materials given to us as students.
It is definitely a place where I can find all I need to do the module. To me the NILE page is my virtual tutor.
Very well organised with lots of useful information and resources. Interactive multiple choice quizzes are also very useful in identifying areas of weakness for revision.
The powerpoints are always readily available before the lesson so you can read up and prepare yourself for what you will be learning. Also there is extra reading information for extra research. All the information on this Module proves that a lot of time and effort is put into this NILE site.
Everything is easy to find, convenient & organised. The site is functional holding all the essential module information; yet easy signposting to relevant further reading is an excellent way of allowing students to continue analysis into a topic without having to trawl through Westlaw.The NILE Site is also updated with topical relevant module related information. This sparks interest in the Module and also helps relate the topics to the ‘real world’.Ultimately we are all perturbed by crime;yet this website makes it so devine
Site is clear and has everything we need to access from each week. Easy to find group blogs and assessment hand in or feedback.


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