Sarah Honeychurch, Linnea Soler, Vicky Price, Carolyn Loveridge, Frances Docherty, Nathalie Tasler, Beth Dickson, Lindsey Pope In this blog we want to talk about the power of collaboration and friendship, and how a serendipitous series of events bought us together as a group. Who are we? We are a group of LTS colleagues who came […]
A common topic of conversation for those of us who engage in SoTL, or who support others who do so, is the problem of obtaining ethical approval for SoTL projects that emerge at short notice. Having ethical approval in place before starting a SoTL project is obviously vital – we need to have carefully thought […]
Author: Paula Karlsson-Brown @researchingrisk I recently did an assignment for my MEd in Academic Practice studies, which involved me designing a substantial project proposal and pitching it to a fictional funder. I had very limited time and only a few slides at my disposal for the pitch, so I needed to present my study quickly and as clearly as possible. I figured that a visual […]
Elizabeth Petrie Trying to successfully teach a maths component of a MSc module where students range in experience from ‘vaguely remember GCSE topics’ to ‘just graduated with a maths or statistics degree’…. I am a very recent convert to the idea of making my own contribution to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL); since […]
Research data management refers to the management of research materials over the lifecycle of a research project. This includes (but is not restricted to) the following activities: Preparation of a data management plan for you research Creation of documentation to describe and augment the data Depositing data (and associated documentation) in a repository for long-term […]
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