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20th project cohort up and running

18th May 2022

Project poster by Ann Grand and Vic PearsonWe are delighted to announce the addition of 18 new projects to eSTEeM portfolio following the 20th call for projects. This latest call has again seen the submission of a range of innovative scholarship projects; from an investigation into passive withdrawals at level 1, to a test and learn project with the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. For more information, please see the links below. 

Martin Braun - What is known about how to write online exams and how to prepare students for them?

Diane Butler and Andrew Potter - Evaluating the use of an Inclusive Curriculum Tool in STEM modules 

Diane Butler, Andrew Potter, Catherine Comfort and Kristen Reid - Evaluating STEM/FBL APP Virtual Internship Scheme

Anton Dil and Sharon Dawes - An evaluation of the impact of changes to assessment practice in a second-year object-oriented Java programming module

Jotham Gaudoin - Exploring a Peer Support Structure for Jupyter Notebooks and R on M348 (Applied Statistical Modelling)

Ann Grand - Understanding the postgraduate research student experience in a culture of collaborative leadership

Vera Hale, Clive Hilton and Alessandra Campoli - Barriers and Enablers for Future Designers within the awarding gap at the intersection of Race and Deprived Areas

Janet Haresnape - Piloting Skills for Biologists sessions for biology students

Rachel Hilliam - Changing times, changing pedagogies

Rachel Hilliam - Evaluating Statistics anxiety across different qualifications

Alexis Lansbury and Arabella Nock - Curriculum Development in Computing and Communications: Enabling the Student Voice, Facilitating Employability and Exploring Students’ Personal and Professional Aspirations

Kerry Murphy - OpenSTEM Africa: Ghana - Test and Learn with the University of Cape Coast 

Victoria Nicholas and Paul Collier - Writing retreats for level 1 students

Tom Olney and Carlton Wood - The Use of Learning Analytics in STEM over 4 years

Vic Pearson, Linda Thomson and Maria Velasco - Understanding Passive Withdrawals on S111

James Warren and Georgy Holden - Postcard Confessions: Deepening Understanding of Students via their Hopes and Dreams 

Gemma Warriner, Fiona Moorman and Becca Whitehead  - Can we reduce anxiety of students sitting remote exams? Sharing best practice between SPS and LHCS

Lorraine Waters and Rachel McMullan - Evaluation of online journal club (OJC) in S285: to what extent does this help students develop employability skills?