Nicola D’Alessandro (Italian Studies) and Kirsten Hawkins (Chemistry)
We are two second year undergraduates who were engaged in June/July 2014 to work on a UROP project. The task called for one student from the humanities and one from the sciences to jointly research the use of learning capture across the Reading campus, and then to document their findings so that teaching staff may benefit from the knowhow obtained. We combined our very different skills and perspectives to approach the task together. The Learning capture tab on this blog site contains our findings.
Below is a copy of the grid we used to record the members of staff interviewed during the project. Thanks to everyone who took the time to meet us and contribute to the findings.