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PLanT Projects Scheme award winners 2020/21

Prizes and Awards

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 have been granted to the following projects:

Lead applicants

School

Project Title

Amanda Millmore and Konstantina Nouka

School of Law

Blended Learning - Exploring the Experience of Disabled Law Students

Purnima Darji, Vivien Burrows, Elizabeth McCall and Thelma Rockey

School of Politics, Economics and International Relations

Engaging in Economics

Adrian Aronsson-Storrier and Will Page

School of Law

Investigating the role of Peer Assisted Learning in Part F modules

Enza Siciliano-Verruccio and Leilani Davis

School of Literature and Languages

A Partnership to Enhance Blended Learning between Staff and Students

Julia Rodriguez Garcia and Anna Green

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Co-creating a Programme Level Approach to Assessment in BSc Food Science


Please join us in congratulating this year's winners!

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