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PLanT Projects Scheme award winners 2019/20

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The Centre for Quality Support and Development is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Partnerships in Learning and Teaching (PLanT) Projects scheme. The PLanT scheme aims to support small-scale collaborative projects between students and staff working as partners to identify problems, find solutions, and enhance teaching and learning at the University.

This year, five awards of up to £500 each were granted to the following projects:

Lead Staff Member

School

Project Title

Dr Rebecca Bullard

School of Literature and Languages

Students talk: assessed websites

Dr Kate Allen & Dr Ranjita Dhital

School of Arts and Communication Design and School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Elephant in the room: conversations about alcohol use

Hilary Harris

Institute of Education

Students as partners in co-creating a common marking rubric for undergraduate programmes at the IoE: Promoting assessment literacy

Adrian Aronsson-Storrier

School of Law

Teaching tech together: Collaborative development of a final year undergraduate tech law module with flexible assessment, blended learning and a future-focused innovative module curriculum

Professor Rachel McCrindle and Professor Amanda Callaghan

School of Biological Sciences

iApply – an iSpy Inspired Interactive Careers Passport and Mobile App for Specific Careers

 

Please join us in congratulating this year’s winners!

 

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