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Our projects

We currently have 17 live projects and there is huge variety in their scope and research methods. This is what makes the centre a vibrant community. Here, we’ve asked some of our projects both past and current to tell us more about their work.

Recent projects

Sarah – The Thinking for Myself Project: creating an online environment that enables undergraduate distance learners independent thinking

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Karina – An investigation into web-based machine translation (WBMT) in the use of digital language learning, teaching, and assessment

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Renu – Exploring the transitions of Neurodivergent Access students to Level One study: Narratives of study skills and support

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AD Knowledge Landscapes by Azuma Dennis
Rehana – The awarding gaps for black and brown students at the Open University

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AD Knowledge Landscapes YouTube playlist

Past projects

Jim and Ola - Co-researching the learning experiences of Black Sport & Fitness students: A staff-student investigation

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Sharon and Chris - A mixed methods study exploring HWSC student experience of online tuition

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Wendy - Simulation: informing and enhancing curriculum in HWSC

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Azumah - Students’ lived experience following postgraduate study: personal, professional and academic trajectories

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Christine - Peer correction in a massive open online language learning course

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Philippa - Wellbeing of Level 3 HSC students: the importance of work, family and motivational factors

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