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Rachel Hilliam


Changing times, changing pedagogies

  • Rachel Hilliam
  • Since March 2020, there has been much change in the higher education learning and teaching of the mathematical sciences. With the onset of Covid19, universities have needed to rapidly adapt their to teaching to an online environment.

    April 2022 to December 2022

    Evaluating Statistics anxiety across different qualifications

  • Rachel Hilliam
  • This project addresses findings that were suggested from the evaluation of the project “How one module can serve multiple

    April 2022 to December 2024

    How one module can serve multiple qualifications through tailored implementation of presentation

  • Carol CalvertRachel Hilliam
  • Students taking qualifications mainly in science, economics and data sciences are now the majority of the students on a second-year undergraduate statistics course.

    March 2020 to November 2021

    The Mathematics and Statistics Community of Learners

  • Rachel Hilliam
  • The Mathematics and Statistics Study Site was created in September 2017 and was one of a number of pilot study sites in the OU. Many of the resources on the site have grown out of smaller scholarship projects.

    May 2019 to December 2020

    Investigating the careers of Staff Tutors in STEM for Athena SWAN

  • Rachel Hilliam
  • Staff Tutors within the STEM Faculty form a large part of the academic workforce and are described as the glue between central academics and students, however the role is varied and complex.

    December 2014 to June 2016

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