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Dr Tore Butlin, a Lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering and Supervisor at Queens’ College, provides a summary of how tablets can be used to support supervision practice – not only the how, but also the advantages, disadvantages, and questions about how this can be further developed.  He also discusses how he uses progress tracking spreadsheets to help demonstrate student achievement.

Read Dr Butlin's case study here.

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