New research carried out by Edge Hill academics has shown that using Twitter as a learning tool to engage students may not be as effective as previously thought.
The third Annual Symposium of the Ethnicity, ‘Race’ and Racism Seminar Series will take place on Wednesday 8th October at Edge Hill University on the topic of Slavery and Memorialisation.
Second year student composer Ruth Slingsby’s music has formed the soundtrack for this year’s Edge Hill end of year showcase video. You can watch the video here.
Dr James Renton, Senior Lecturer in History at Edge Hill University, is investigating the interactions between the West and the Middle East in the twentieth century
An Edge Hill University project which bridges the gap between school and independent study has featured on Radio 4′s Making History programme.
Dr James Renton, Reader in History at Edge Hill, has published a new article stating that the West’s war against Palestinian ‘extremism’ is doomed to fail and arguing for a complete overhaul of the international framework for handling conflict in Gaza.
A new project with Rochdale Borough Council is equipping its Community Champions with the skills to make a difference to the lives of local people.
Fifteen outstanding Edge Hill University lecturers, personal tutors and support staff have been named winners in the student-led Teaching Awards 2014.
In a unique project, award winning novelist Frank Cottrell Boyce is working with Edge Hill lecturers Carl Hunter and Clare Heney to create a free, online serial novel as part of the Give us 5 for Reading campaign, from the City of Readers project.
Edge Hill University, Film London and We Are Colony have been awarded a £125,000 grant from the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts to explore the release of independent films on an innovative new digital platform.