Back in June (Tues June 9th) the Communication & Systems Department held a research day for full-time and part-time PhD students.
In the morning, each student gave a short presentation of an aspect of their research. The photo above shows Paul Herring giving his talk on research into technology-enhanced learning for children with autism. Paul is supervised by TERG members Roger and Karen, and by Kieron Sheehy (from the Faculty of Education and Language Studies).
In the afternoon, participants headed off to the Open University Library for a session on keeping up-to-date on research literature. This was led by Fiona Bowtell.