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Border TV Archive

The archive from the former ITV Border TV channel has been made available for academic use through an online, searchable website. This powerpoint presentation gives an idea of how Border TV resources could be used within your academic research and teaching.

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Choose your Own Adventure: Student-led Teaching in Large Lectures

A powerpoint presentation discussing how to use powerpoint hyperlinks within a lecture to enable the direction of the lecture to be led by student needs.

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Teaching Visual Sources - Reading Images

This powerpoint presentation from a workshop on 'teaching visual sources' discusses how to encourage students to think critically about visual images and how to increase awareness of how they could have been read differently in the past.

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Project discussion and partner presentations

This collections includes video footage from the HumBox project peer review workshop, held in September 2009; partner presentations from the final partner meeting in February 2010 and a promotional video devised for dissemination. The video's are in mp4 format.

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Partner Presentation: Deirdre Burke & Opinderjit Kaur Takhar's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Opinderjiy Kaur Takhar's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Julie Watson's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Julie Watson's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Margaret Tejerizo's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Margaret Tejerizo's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Antonio Martinez-Arboleda's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Antonio Martinez-Arboleda's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Sarah Hayes' involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Sarah Hayes' presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Emmanuel Godin's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Emmanuel Godin's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Michael Pidd's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Michael Pidd's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Robert O'Toole's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Robert O'Toole's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentation: Mike Jardine and Matthew Sauvage's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Michael Jardine and Matthew Sauvage's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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Partner Presentaion: Billy Brick's involvement with the HumBox project

During the final HumBox project partner meeting in February 2010, each partner gave a presentation about the key points of their engagement with the project. This mp4 video is a recording of Billy Brick's presentation and is approximately 5 minutes long.

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How-to-guide: Sharing resources in HumBox

This short video guide looks at some of the issues involved in setting up resources effectively and reviewing resources for comment: connected processes in enabling users to find, use and repurpose teaching materials.

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Checklist: Preparing to share, and sharing your thoughts on resources in HumBox

This checklist was devised by the project team to help users consider resource uploading and reviewing effectively: the layout of the resource, how best to describe it, and the importance of metadata.

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HumBox promotional video

This 3-minute video was devised to help promote HumBox amongst colleagues, and at dissemination events. It includes brief interviews with two partners about why they got involved in the project and what they have got out of it, along with information and screenshots of HumBox itself. In wmv format.

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop video Session 5: Workshop round-up - dissemination and sustainability

The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this fifth and final last 10 minutes, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on sustainability of the repository and how to disseminate the advantages of using HumBox effectively.

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video Session 4: Engaging the Humanities Subject Communities

The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this third session last for under 6 minutes, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on the attributes of the online space that will benefit colleagues and how project partners can engage them.

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video: Session 2: Thoughts for completing the workshop reviews

The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this second session have been divided into 2 parts, lasting 8 and 6 minutes respectively, in wmv format. The discussions reflect partner thoughts on peer reviewing in the context of the workshop and the project.

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HumBox Peer Review Workshop Video Session 1: Reviewing a Resource and adding comments

The HumBox project partners held a two-day peer review workshop in September 2009 to advance the project, concentrating particularly on peer review. The recorded highlights of this first session have been divided into parts, just under 5 and 9 minutes long respectively, in wmv format. Together they reflect the discussions held on the importance and practicalities of reviewing resources in HumBox.

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Reviewed resources by Lisa Lavender

Resources reviewed and commented on during the project

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Archaeology dig site

Image if a dig site

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Daily Life in Early Modern Society: the European World 1500-1750

This pdf is derived from a seminar resource webpage from a core history undergraduate module looking at daily life in early modern society as part of the European World, 1500-1750. It includes hyperlinks to core resources, in the form of texts and images in a clear, reusable format.

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Elite and Popular Cultures in the European World: 1500-1750

This pdf is derived from a seminar resource webpage from a core history undergraduate module looking at the European World, 1500-1750. It includes hyperlinks to core resources, in the form of texts, audio and images in a clear, reusable format.

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British Parliamentary and Electoral Politics, 1688-1832.

This series of podcast lectures (from the British Parliamentary and Electoral Politics undergraduate module at the University of Warwick) provide an introduction to British political culture in the long eighteenth century from the Glorious Revolution to the Great Reform Act. This period has long been the subject of fierce debate by historians who have put forward competing interpretations on the nature of government and representation; on the democratic impulse; and on the extent of popular participation in political life.

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Early American Social History

This series of lecture podcasts (from the School of Comparative American Studies at the University of Warwick) examines English colonies in North America from their establishment in the early seventeenth century to their break away from Britain in the 1770s. They discuss why the English felt the need for colonial expansion in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, why they chose North America and how they went about creating new societies three thousand miles from home.

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British Parliament: Electoral Politics in the Age of Reform

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: electoral politics in the age of reform

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British Parliament: Whigs and Tories, 1780-1832

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: Whigs and tories, 1780-1832

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British Parliament: Burke, Paine and Wollstonecraft

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: Burke, Paine and Wollstonecraft

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British Parliament: The French Revolution and British Politics

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: The French Revolution and British Politics

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British Parliament: Print and Politics

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: print and politics

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British Parliament: Radicalism, 1760-90

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: radicalism, 1760-90

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British Parliament: George III and the politicians

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: George III and the politicians

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British Parliament: The Age of Oligarchy, Jacobites and Opposition Politics

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: The Age of Oligarchy, Jacobites and Opposition Politics

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Georgian Britain podcasts

We look back now to the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries as the time of origins of modernity -commercial and industrial revolutions, demographic transition, imperial expansion, the rise of working-class and artisan radicalism, and the emergence of the bourgeois public sphere. But this time of origins and transitions was also cast in contradictions and conflict: riches and poverty; markets and slaves; gender divisions; private life and public virtue; consumers and criminals; enlightened rationalism and religious enthusiasm, oligarchic government and popular radicalism. The eighteenth century was the great time of possibilities, opportunities, new directions and identities, but no certainties of what these were to be. These podcasts provide an overview of these and other themes of a society creating itself anew.

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History Field Trip to Bradford

This is a history field trip resource to explore different aspects of the Victorian city. The parts of Bradford explored are Little Germany, Undercliffe Cemetery, Saltaire and Manningham Mills. The resources uses embedded applications of 'Google maps' to enable the student to navigate and have some understanding of the city in advance of the field trip.

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British Parliament - elections and voting

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: elections and voting behaviour in the first age of Party

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British Parliament - politics in the age of Anne

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: politics in the age of Anne

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British Parliament - The Revolutions of 1688-9

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: the revolutions of 1688-9

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British Parliament - introduction to eighteenth century politics

A podcast lecture on British parliamentary and electoral politics, 1688-1832: an introduction to eighteenth century politics

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Georgian Britain - print culture

A podcast lecture on Georgian Britain: the print culture

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Georgian Britain - patrician and plebeian

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: patrician and plebeian

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Georgian Britain - gender

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: a discussion on gender

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Georgian Britain - the public and the private

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: the public and the private.

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Georgian Britain - enlightenment

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: Enlightenment and scientific culture

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Georgian Britain - slavery and abolition

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: slavery and abolition

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Georgian Britain - consumerism

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: luxury goods, consumerism and colonial commodities

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Georgian Britain - the napoleonic wars

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: the domestic impact of the Napoleonic Wars

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Georgian Britain - the second British Empire

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: the 'second British Empire'

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Georgian Britain - imperial identities

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: imperial identities, the 'first British Empire'.

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Georgian Britain - war and state formation

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain:war and state formation

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Georgian Britain - the electoral system

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: the electoral system

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Georgian Britain - radicalism

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: radicalism and reactions to the French Revolution

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Georgian Britain - political identity

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: political identity and popular protest - Whigs, Jacobitism, Excise Crisis.

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Georgian Britain, religious identity

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: religious identity - anti-Catholicism, the Church of England and dissent

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Georgian Britain, the 17th century legacy

A podcast lecture summary on Georgian Britain: the seventeenth century legacy and the uses of the past.

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Parliament in Crisis: 1832 and 2009

Parliament in Crisis: Professor Mark Knights chairs a podcast discussion on Parliament in 1832 and 2009, with Dr Joe Hardwick and Dr Sarah Richardson

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Crisis of Empire, 1763-1776

An Early American Social history audio-lecture on the crisis of empire, 1763-1776

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Joining the empire, 1690-1763

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on joining the empire, 1690-1763.

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Men and fashion, the age of renunciation

An audio-visual lecture presentation on the history of fashion: the age of renunciation, men without fashion.

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Early American Slave Societies

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on slave societies

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American Culture and leisure

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on culture and leisure in the period

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Gendered lives at home in early America

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on domesticity and gendered lives at home

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Gendered Lives at work in early America

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on issues of gendeer in the work environment

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Religious Revivals 1700-1775

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on the religious revivals in 1700-1775

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The Glorious Revolution of the 1680s

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on the Glorious Revolution of the 1680s

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Bacons Rebellion and King Philip's War of the 1670s

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on Bacon's rebellion anf King Philip's War in the 1670s.

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Development of New England Society to 1660

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on the development of New England Society to 1660

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Development of Chesapeake Society to 1660

An Early American Social History audio-lecture on the development of Chesapeake Society to 1660

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Native American Response

An Early American Social History lecture on the native american response to migration and settlement

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Migration and Settlement

An Early American Social History lecture on migration and settlement in Virginia

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Origins of Empire: Early America

An Early American Social History lecture on the origins of empire, Ireland, roanoke, 1550-1600

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Two different Worlds

An early american social history lecture on 'Two different worlds, England and America 1500-1600'

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Epic Poetry

David Fearn and Andrew Laird of Warwick's Classics department discuss the vagaries of epic poetry.

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Numismatics

Kevin Butcher and Stanley Ireland of Warwick's Classics department discuss the fascinating story of money in the classical world.

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LA Confidential powerpoint

Powerpoint slides to aid the criticism and review of the Hollywood movie LA Confidential and its genre

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42nd st powerpoint

Powerpoint slides to aid the criticism and review of the Hollywood movie 42nd Street and its genre

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LA Confidential: a critically assessed movie

a critical assessment of the movie LA Confidential, and genre, including movie clip

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42nd Street: critically assessed Hollywood movie clip

A critical assessment of the movie 42nd Street looking at the genre of women in movies. The resource looks at how movies offer women modern but often conflicting models and the impact of the American Depression. The presentation lasts for 4 mins, 25 secs, including movie clip.

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