Video Case Studies

Video case studies give a good visual representation of the work taking place in college higher education (HE).

Please let us know if you have fantastic examples of scholarly activity that is taken place in your college and would like to submit a video case study.

Video Case Studies

North Lindsey - Scholarship, Engagement and Employability in College Based Higher Education: The students’ perspective

Edited Symposium Speech

In this video case study student Caitlyn Lindley explores her college based learning experience. Originally presented at a staff ‘Scholarship Symposium’, Caitlyn gives us a peek into her growing aspirations. When you hear how she has conducted primary research, worked in the local community at the Children’s’ University and is now supervising the UCS student internship programme we hope this provides an insight into how effective the extra-curricular opportunities open to our students are. You can also

about the video case study.


Doncaster College and University Centre - The use of digital technology as a reflective tool

Overview of the CAIS app as a tool for reflection

Pete Holmes discusses his experiences with the iPad application CAIS (Coach Analysis Intervention System) that has been developed by Axis Coaching Technology, and is at the forefront of current coach behaviour research. Pete has utilised the technology substantially with his students over the last 18 months. The video highlights how he has done this, its impact, plus ideas for future implementation.

You can also read more about Pete's experience with the app in this case study.

North Lindsey - Organic Staff-Student Collaboration

Staff -Student Collaboration - North Lindsey College

Former student at North Lindsey College, Orrin Fairhead (FdSc Bioscience) describes his experience of engaging in collaborative research activities with his course tutors.  He explains his involvement in the projects, presenting at a national conference and awaiting news about possible publication.  He also provides a some hints and tips for tutors and students.