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Dr Richard Lewis

Director of Learning and Teaching, School of Physics and Astronomy

Published 01 Jul 2021 • 12 mins read

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The online research group teaching model

This presentation from the 2021 Learning and Teaching Conference summarises how the School of Physics and Astronomy successfully transitioned from 100% face-to-face to 100% remote delivery of MSc programmes to meet the needs of the Academic Year 2020/21.

This video features Dr Richard Lewis from the School of Physics and Astronomy summarising how the School of Physics and Astronomy successfully transitioned from 100% face-to-face to 100% remote delivery of MSc programmes to meet the needs of the Academic Year 2020/21.

You can also view the students' poster on our blog.

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