Resources and Submissions
Undergraduate Reasearch Scholarship Scheme (URSS) 2016 - Resources and Submissions
Congraulations on your appointment as a research student for the URSS 2016. These pages provide all you need to produce and submit your project poster/student activity log/student reflection, book onto the Learning Teaching Conference 2016 (4th July) as well as details of a number of other items. The site is split into two sections (linked below):
Provides an overview of the key role of the URSS research student, Panopto recordings of poster workshops delivered by Jo Drummond-Child (URSS co-ordinator), the offical poster template, student activity log template and details of how to develop your student reflection and information for QR code / Aurasma.
This section is for the submission / booking of the following key items:
- A1 (PowerPoint slide) URSS project poster (deadline - Monday, 27th June, 12 pm);
- Booking onto Learning and Teaching Conference 2016, including transport and dietary requirements (deadline - Friday, 24th June, 4 pm)
- Submission of reflection and information for accompanying QR code / Aurasma (deadline - Tuesday, 28th June, 4 pm);
- Student Activity Log (deadline - Tuesday, 28th June, 4 pm)
05 July 16 - URSS Blog now live! Please visit the blog where we are showcasing all the URSS posters.
30-06-16 - Thank you all for the submission of your posters, reflection and activity log. We look forward to welcoming you all to Buxton on Monday and to celebrate the great work done so far.
17-06-16 - The deadline for submission of URSS project posters has been extended to the 27th June, 12 pm.
17-06-16 - Booking for URSS students on the Learning and Teaching Conference (4th July) is now live.
06-06-16 - URSS project in Matlock Bath reported in news.
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Using technology to support inclusive teaching practice
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