Poster submissions for 2021 Annual Academic Development Symposium
During the Symposium, a range of posters were displayed to showcase pedagogical research and teaching practice from across the University. Posters aligned with the current, QAA Scotland Enhancement Theme, Resilient Learning Communities, to help illustrate ways in which we are addressing the Theme.
- Engaging Staff with CPD
International educators’ attitudes, experiences and recommendations after an abrupt transition to remote physiology laboratories
Authors - J. Choate, N. Aguilar-Roca, E. Beckett, S. Etherington, M. French, V. Gaganis, C. Haigh, D. Scott T. Sweeney & J. Zubek
Virtual laboratories: a panacea for the financial and ethical challenges associated with face to face physiology laboratories?
Authors - V. Gaganis, E. Beckett, N. Aguilar Roca, S. Etherington, M. French, C. Haigh, D. Scott T. Sweeney, J. Zubek & J. Choate
Primary school children can teach biomedical sciences to their peers - a collaboration between university and young scientists
Authors: F. Murray, F. Coombey & D. Scott
Resilient Learning Communities in Social Science: Online Learning Groups & Teaching Cafes
Author - J. Walklate
- Enhancing Students’ Employability
Author - J. Barrow
The Aberdeen Employability Boost Award: Engaging students with employability and career development skills in an online world
- Evaluating Online Teaching & Learning
How supported were postgraduate students during the initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic?
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, how have changes to the delivery of tutorials been received by fourth year University of Aberdeen medical students on their surgical rotation?
Authors - A. Hunter M. Pecover & S. Baliga
How can we enhance student resilience online
Author - A. Irwin
Orthopaedic online clinical teaching during the COVID 19 pandemic
Authors - O. Omosigho F. Cullen, T. Gardner, L. McCullough, S. Baliga & G.P. Ashcroft
- Innovative Online Teaching
Thriving in an online learning environment – tips from students
Author - M. Barker
Variety in Lockdown Teaching
Author - A. Bokedal
Lab-based anatomy teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic: enhancing face-to-face teaching with ‘virtual demonstrators’
Authors - F. Gröning H. Allardyce, K. Hanna, C. Tracey & V. Vilcina
On the ground to online: a conservation field course in the time of Covid 19
Soapmaking 101 – Exploiting COVID-19 to teach practical science and analytical skills remotely
Authors - D. Scott & A. Davidson
Using Game of Thrones to teach neuroscience and neuropharmacology during lockdown
Authors - D. Scott J. Hislop, F. Murray & D. Thompson
- Pedagogical Models for Online Learning
Resilient Interprofessional Learning; Safety and Risk a team approach
Authors - L. Bodkin A. Mergo, F. Vas, K. McClafferty & A. Stefan
Did I succeed in creating a Community of Inquiry (COI) on my course?
Author - M. Brady