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Scholarship and innovation proposals up and running

Posted 26th November 2018

We are delighted to announce details of our newest projects to be included within the eSTEeM project portfolio. Following the 13th call for projects back in July 2018, we received an exciting mix of scholarship proposals ranging from level 1 assessment strategy to the evaluation of distance education and training modules used internationally. For more details please see the project titles below.   

Sarah Mattingly – Developing programming problem-solving skills using individualised screencasts

Karen New – Use of augmented reality in a second level human biology module: benefits and challenges

Fiona Aiken and Chris Hutton – Student development and perceptions of employability skills in stage 1 science

Fiona Moorman and Karen New – Online journal clubs in distance higher education: an opportunity to develop skills and community?

Bryan Singer and Richard Treves – Teaching psychological concepts through Virtual Reality (VR)

Pam Furniss – OpenWASH evaluation

Carol Calvert, Alison Bromley and Chris Hughes – M140 B VLE usage

Lesley Boyd and Rob Janes – Using technology-enabled learning networks to drive module improvements in STEM

Sarah Davies – Place-making and student identity in fieldwork learning

Jim Iley – The S112 assessment strategy: student behaviours and subsequent success in higher level study

Patrick Wong – Understanding and mitigating students difficulties in undertaking complex practical activities on their computers

Carlton Wood and Lynda Cook – Assessing and supporting student experience of synchronous online tuition

David Bowers – Evaluation of service management simulation activities

Richard Treves – Investigating podcasts as a way to deliver module content in a flexible manner

Jane Loughlin, Katja Rietdorf and Diane Butler – Early Start S294: evaluation

Clem Herman – Developing a strategy for an LGBT+ inclusive STEM Faculty

Elaine McPherson and Kate Lister – Engaging students as experts in the trial and evaluation of Disability Language Guidance

The 14th call for projects will be announced early in 2019 so watch this space for further details.