This project aims to provide staff with a deeper awareness around the challenges students of colour face in higher education and the impact of racism on student experience. Following the development of an Inclusive Teaching Forum and production of a good practice guide for staff, this projects aims to continue providing an annual forum to address different issues related to creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment for students.
Knowledge in the open web - heutagogical open weaving
In response to WIHEA's 2016/17 open call for learning and teaching projects, this project enabled collaborative partnerships between staff and students to directly improve learning experience by using a connectivist learing approach to evaluate, curate and create resources that enable students and staff alike to understand and access the learning opportunities available through open, connected practice.
The MAP project aims to improve the student experience by promoting a more diverse range of assessment methods across the University. We hope to achieve this by creating an online toolkit which will help staff make well-informed choices, and guide them through this process.
More information to come.
Chinese digital media platforms to support social learning and enhance the student experience for Warwick Chinese students
This project aimes to explore the opportunities presented by social media platforms to support innovative teaching and learning by bringing together a group of Chinese students to work collaboratively with academic and support staff to identify the possiblities and challenges to using social media for this purpose.
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