The impact of teaching experimental research on-lineResearch-informed teaching and COVID [Article].pdf (1.74 MB)Download file
The impact of teaching experimental research on-lineResearch-informed teaching and COVID [Article].pdf
datasetposted on 2020-12-02, 13:02 authored by Robert Neil Higgins, Fred MurphyFred Murphy, Peter HoggPeter Hogg
As part of the BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography programme students learn and undertake research relevant to their development as first post radiographers (dose optimisation and image quality) within the Research-Informed Teaching experience (RiTe). Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the delivery of RiTe to our year 2 students was moved to an online format using Microsoft Teams and Blackboard Collaborate and focused on a key area of current practice - COVID-19 and chest X-ray imaging. Within RiTe students are placed into collaborative enquiry-based learning (CEBL) groups to share tasks, but to also support and learn from one another.
An online survey was used to explore the year 2 student cohort task value and self-efficacy of this online version of RiTe.