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Considering Digital Education Advice on Connected Learning
Tim Neumann, Clive Young, Leo Havemann, Nataša Perović, Karen Shackleford-Cesare, Sam Ahern, Richard Osborne, Abbi Shaw (UCL Digital Education Advisory) Asynchronous Submission Digital Education, Arena, Faculty Learning Technology Leads and by (More)
Helping students help each other: Using Slack to build online community
Kate Roll (Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose) Asynchronous Submission For the last two years IIPP has used the online sharing platform, Slack, as an 'virtual common room' and informal meeting place for MPA students and faculty. It has (More)
No Labs, no problem: Teaching genomics using cloud computing platforms with open datasets.
Toryn Poolman (contributions from Amanda Cain, Structural & Molecular Biology) Asynchronous Submission The final year of a biochemistry degree is usually a time to experience research. COVID19 made the format of final year research projects (More)
Team-Based Learning – Moving from the classroom into a virtual environment
Sofia Barbosa Bouças, Pauldy Otermans [@PauldyOtermans] (Psychology, Brunel University) Asynchronous Submission In 2020/21, our teaching practices had to change in response to the challenges resu (More)
Using enrichment activities to bring students and staff together to diversify the curriculum: a case study from Security and Crime Science
Amy Thornton (Security and Crime Science) Asynchronous Submission Diversifying the curriculum is in and of itself a noble endeavour, but our aim was to do so in a way that brings students and staff together to discuss some of the big issues wit (More)
Visiting buildings virtually - Replacing fieldtrips with YouTube
Kerstin Sailer (The Bartlett School of Architecture)Asynchronous Submission Replacing first-hand experiences made through fieldtrips with an equivalent remote activity is a tremendous challenge. Normally, I take my postgraduate students at the Bartle (More)
The UCL Medical School Curriculum Map: A Staff-Student Collaboration
Daniel Ntuiabane with Dr Faye Gishen (UCL Medical School)Asynchronous Submission Whole programme curriculum maps are uncommon in undergraduate medicine, partly due to the theoretical complexity of defining 'curriculum'. We co-created a novel electron (More)
Team-Based Learning – Moving from the classroom into a virtual environment
Dr Sofia Barbosa Bouças with Dr Pauldy Otermans Lecturer (Education) in Psychology (Brunel University London)Asynchronous Submission In 2020/21, our teaching practices had to change in response to the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, (More)
Learning science communication skills online through peer collaboration and interactive activities
Elvira Mambetisaeva (Genetics, Evolution and Environment, Division of Biosciences)Asynchronous Submission The biggest challenge that university teachers faced during remote teaching forced by the COVID-19 pandemic is student engagement. In teaching s (More)
Studying Arts & Humanities Online: student reflections on what worked, and what we take with us.
Abigail Shaw with Jesper Hansen (DigiEd)Asynchronous Submission Studying Arts & Humanities at UCL comes with both disciplinary and educational hopes and expectations. Drawing on student rep interviews and town halls, a Mentimeter poll (already conduc (More)
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