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Teaching and Learning Enhancement Projects awards

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The Centre for Quality Support and Development is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s University TLEP awards scheme. The TLEP scheme offers 'start-up' funding of up to £2,500 to encourage and enable staff involved in teaching or supporting teaching and learning to experiment and develop practice, based on the belief that small projects can be significant catalysts for enhancement and improvement.

The scheme was extremely competitive this year, with a record number of applications received. Fourteen awards have been granted to the following projects:

Lead Applicant(s)

School/Function

Project Title

Sue Blackett, Victoria Collins

Henley Business School/International Study and Language Institute

Tools to demystify and encourage student engagement with 1:1 academic interactions

Sarah Mattin, Karin Whiteside, Alan Floyd and Karen Jones

International Study and Language Institute and Institute of Education

Exploring the user experiences of a new online resource for research writing

Gabor Thomas and Darlene Sherwood

Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science / Disability Advisory Service

Evaluating and Enhancing ‘Green Sticker’ Practices: A Case Study from Archaeology

Amanda Millmore, Frances Hamilton and Elizabeth Conaghan

Law

Law & Society – Student Design of Inclusive Formative Assessments for Blended Learning & Student Mentor Panels

Caroline Gowlett, Jan Glaze and Kat Hall

Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Teaching and learning physical assessment skills in cyberspace

William Harwin

Biological Sciences

Exploring haptics and touch with an invisible drum

Theodora Read

Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

lnterprofessional Practical workshops: Speech and Language Therapy Students and Applied Theatre Students

Vicki Matthews, Vladimir Rauta and Vivien Burrows

Politics, Economics and International Relations

Using Student Voice to enhance communication of support structures to new Part 1 students

Chris Foster

Biological Sciences

ITALIC: Integrated Teaching and Learning Insect Collection

Jess Neumann

Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science

Co-designing a new GIS module with undergraduate students to help solve global environmental issues

Hong Yang, Steve Robinson, Qiong Huang and Xiaodong Huang

Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science

Decolonising the Geography and Environment Science Curriculum through Immersive Field Teaching outside Europe

Ellen Hackl

Technical Services

Fighting survival bias in Pharmacy compounding practical classes: filming wrong products to teach right skills

James Hall

Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

A VR Video Development Suite to Support Student-led VR Content Creation, Evaluation and Deployment

Aileen Ho

Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

Embedding EMPloyability into the Academic Tutor System (EMP-ATS): Brief ready-to-use activities to prompt employability-related reflection and action

Please join us in congratulating the winners! We look forward to hearing more about these projects which will run in 2021/22.

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