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Learning Enhancement and Development

Education Enhancement Grant awards

Find out about previous L&T funds awarded to schools

Education Enhancement Grants awarded in 2016-17 - reports

Dr Celia Harding, School of Health Sciences

To develop video resources for Speech and Language therapy students on the  Professional Studies module (SL3008)

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Duncan Smith - School of Health Sciences

To create multi-media resources related to history taking and advanced examination techniques to support teaching on the advanced physical assessment and clinical decision-making module (APM024)

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Julie Attenborough - School of Health Sciences

To employ an independent research assistant to carry out semi-structured interviews for the Revalidation project: Impact on students and lecturers.

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Janet Hunter - School of Health Sciences

To pay for simulated patient’s time in participating in the creation and development of three films for use on the BSc or PGDip Nursing Programme.

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Lucas Zambrzycki - School of Health Sciences

To develop a mobile-friendly website which aims to enhance students’ conceptual and practical understanding of neurovascular assessment.

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Stephann Makri - School of Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering

To plan and facilitate a 2-hour focus group with UX industry heads, with a focus on aligning the curriculum for MSc in Human-Computer Interaction Design to industry needs.

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Tracy Lindsay - School of Health Sciences

To develop videos to assist student nurses in the mental health field to develop their skills and knowledge in undertaking a mental health assessment.

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Education Enhancement Grants awarded in 2017-18 (reports to follow)

Online resources to support the use of storytelling by academic staff (pre-registration nursing and midwifery students)

School of Health Sciences

Research assistant to analyse data from student feedback and surveys of courses in Language and Communication Science.

School of Health Sciences

To carry out a detailed evaluation of the new Interprofessional Learning for Healthcare activities.

School of Health Sciences

Online placement learning project – focus groups and development of online resources for first-year midwifery students

School of Health Sciences

Project to explore the concept of employability for final year midwifery students in order to design a specific training programme.

School of Health Sciences

Pilot study in The Department of Psychology to assess how well students perceive employability skills to be integrated into their learning, and whether work placements enhance students’ ability to articulate their employability effectively.

School of Arts and Social Sciences

Actors to role play in a research methods workshop on interviewing. For the sociology module: Applied Qualitative Research Methods. Providing an opportunity to pilot a new approach to enhancing the quality of research methods teaching at City.

School of Arts and Social Sciences

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To develop a set of video tutorials demonstrating how to produce analyses and charts from SPSS. To form a core resource for the Q-Step centre in Sociology.

School of Arts and Social Sciences

Project to investigate the causes of lack of engagement in learning activities at Cass and to prototype personalised content.

Cass Business School

Focus groups with students to explore their understanding and expectations before embarking on the new engineering programme in order to enhance the programme and improve the student experience.

School of Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering

Focus groups on student experience of remote speakers during classes on the Aviation undergraduate programme in order to get a deeper understanding of the impact on student employability and experience perspectives.

School of Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering