SRHE Conference 2021: Poster Sessions
Society for Research into Higher Education
Welcome to the virtual poster exhibition sessions for SRHE's Annual International Research Conference 2021!
Our virtual poster sessions will take place on Zoom on:
- Tuesday 7 December 09:00 - 10:30 (UK time)
- Thursday 9 December 17:00 - 18:30 (UK time)
The link to join will be available both here and via e-mail the day before each session takes place. Each presenter will have their own breakout room so that conference delegates can drop in and speak with each presenter individually. In addition, conference delegates can engage with posters at any time throughout the week by using the ‘join the discussion’ function on virtualpostersession to post questions and comments.
More info: https://srhe.ac.uk/conference-2021/
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Advanced Entry Students’ Experiences of Transitioning to University
Dr Heather E Branigan & Dr Jacqui Hutchison
The impact of COVID-19 and distance learning on undergraduate students’ resilience and psycho-social wellbeing: A three-stage study to explore, implement, and evaluate effective strategies to build student community
Jake Hilliard, Felicity Sedgewick, Antonia Lythgoe, Charlotte Flothmann, and Trang Tran
Rise at Manchester Met: An Open World Landscape in Higher Education
John Lean & Mark Peace
Does membership of an institution-based peer led writing group with online support engender an effective community of practice for academic writing?
Kate Mawson and Mairi Macintyre
Teaching and learning practice and the retention of disabled students in Scottish higher education.
Patricia E. Castellano
Navigating Academia as Black Muslim women: The experiences of Black Muslim female students in UK Universities
What Areas of Medical School Education do Graduates Consider Important? Findings from an Alumni Survey
Satoshi Ozeki, Hiroyasu Inoue, Sachiko Kasamo, Seiji Matsumoto
Changing Spaces: Sociomateriality and learning spaces during the Covid-19 pandemic
Teri-Lisa Griffiths and Jill Dickinson
Where do I Click to Raise my Hand? An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the University Students' Experience Studying Abroad During the 2020 Pandemic
Teneisha R. Ellis
What are the lived experiences of university students taking part in international programs during the pandemic?
Impact of University Teaching Qualification Program on Teaching Competence and Teaching Practice
Zuwena J.I. Adelaar, Dr. Gerda J. Visser-Wijnveen