I wonder if the collective SEDA brain can help me out, please. I know that a few years ago someone ran a marvellous project in a research intensive university, having asked students to take pictures around university, to show what in their minds ‘research looked like’. It resulted in a fantastic set of pictures that taught the institution a lot about student perceptions.
There was a related project whereby students were invited to interview their academic staff about their research and video them during the interview. The videos were then used to introduce students more widely to staff research and to introduce prospective students to the department they (might) be joining.
Can anyone remind me where these projects took place? I just cannot seem to find them!
Thanks so much…
Gwen van der Velden
Prof Gwen van der Velden BA(Hons) MA DBA PFHEA
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