Case Studies

  • Using Peerwise (MCQ software) to encourage a deeper understanding

    Staff involved Amanda Mackenzie, Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Christine Edmead, Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmacology What was done and what technology was used? Peerwise is free online software which supports students in the creation, sharing, evaluation and discussion of...

  • An online tutorial for evaluating scientific research literature

    Staff involved Dr Julie Letchford, Dept of Pharmacy and Pharmacology Dr Hazel Corradi, Dept of Biology and Biochemistry Dr Bridgette Duncombe, Dept of Chemistry Tom Rogers, Library Trevor Davies, External What problem was trying to be solved? It was found...

  • Technology Showcase

    On 19 February, four short presentations took place followed by a poster display. This event showcasing the use of technology within learning and teaching from different staff across the University gave the attendees an opportunity to share and discuss ideas,...

  • Audio feedback on Moodle for language students

    Staff involved Asun Solano Torres, Academic Skills & Foreign Language Centre What problem did you hope to solve? I hoped to improve feedback to students by providing very detailed feedback which would not have been possible in a written format....