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Beyond the Technology: Rethinking assessment and feedback - unlocking the power of comparison based feedback
Professor David Nicol, Suzanne McCallum, Lovleen Kushwah and Nick Quinn from the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow chat about how they are using comparison based feedback to improve their assessment and feedback practices.
Beyond the Technology: Teaching immunology in a galaxy far far away
How Nigel Francis uses the Star Wars universe to explain complicated topics like immunology.
Tech takes: IT and research working together
We chat with Jason Oliver and Claire Gryce from the University of Sussex about the importance of developing a culture around digital transformation.
Research Talk: Digital research infrastructure
Professor of physical chemistry and head of computational systems chemistry at the University of Southampton, Jeremy Frey, discusses how tools need to change to better support research.
Beyond the Technology: Reviewing learning and curriculum design
Sarah Knight chats with consultants Helen Beetham and Sheila MacNeill about their recent review of learning and curriculum design in higher education.
AI in Education: Pedagogy first - enhancing collaborative learning
Senior AI specialist Tom Moule speaks with Mutlu Cukurova from University College London about how AI can support collaborative problem solving.
Beyond the Technology: Rethinking assessment and feedback - shifting to digital assessment
We’re joined by Simon Walker, director of programme development at University College London, to discuss how they have moved to digital assessment by default.
AI in Education: Pedagogy first - providing personalised learning
Senior AI specialist Tom Moule speaks with Scott Hayden from Basingstoke College of Technology about they are using AI to support personalised learning.
Research Talk: Research environments of the future
Helen Clare is joined by Tony Hey to discuss current and future research environments.
Beyond the Technology: Rethinking assessment and feedback - creating a shared vision
In this third episode of our mini-series on rethinking assessment and feedback, we are joined by Karen Barton, director of the learning and teaching innovation centre at the University of Hertfordshire.