The School of Dental Sciences have created an effective learning community giving students across stages and programmes the opportunity to work together and learn from each other.
Archaeology students submit an formative piece, “What will I get from my degree?” near the start of Semester 1. Find out more from Dr James Gerrard in this Case Study.
Find out more about how Peer Mentors support Business, Accounting and Finance students with placements.
Dr Kirsten MacLeod, Lecturer School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics Humanities and Social Sciences What did you do? Introduced compulsory Peer Review for First Year students. Who is involved? Dr Stacy Gillis, Dr Ruth Connolly and Dr Kirsten MacLeod introduced a peer review component for first term survey modules. Seminar tutors divide all of Read more about Peer review to improve essay writing for first years in School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics[…]
Professor Tom Joyce carried out some research to investigate differences in experiences of teamwork for international students. You can read the results in this case study.
Dr Alan Tully, Guest Member of Staff School of Computing Science, Agriculture and Engineering What did you do? Computing Science is creating a series of Degree Programmes linked to the strengths of research groups in the School. Who is involved? Alan Tully is DPD for undergraduate programmes. These Programmes are developed with the relevant research Read more about Linking students (as prospective alumni) with research groups[…]
Dr Heather Brown, Lecturer Institute of Health and Society Medical Sciences What did you do? Produced a quarterly newsletter for PGR Institute of Health and Society students. Who is involved? Heather Brown, students contributing. How do you do it? Gather content material e.g. student achievements, opportunities, training information, photos, and produce a newsletter which gets Read more about Institute of Health and Society postgraduate research quarterly newsletter[…]
Find out how ePortfolio is used in the School of Biomedical Sciences to allow students to view their feedback for all modules in one place.
Professor Anthony Zito, Professor of European Public Policy School of Geography, Politics and Sociology Humanities and Social Sciences What did you do? Mock-Viva Video for Ph.D. students Who is involved? Professor Anthony Zito (Politics), Dr Kate Manzo (Geography), PG Students How do you do it? A PG student agreed to be filmed undertaking a Read more about Mock-viva video[…]
Sarah Fletcher, Programme Co-ordinator School of Medical Education Faculty of Medical Sciences What did you do? The Master of Medical Education programme employs an early-warning system, allowing us to identify students who may be having issues early on and provide support. Who is involved? It focusses on identifying early on students who are not attending teaching Read more about Early-warning system for student progression issues[…]