Our Special Interest Group Needs You!

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Are you interested in inclusive learning and teaching? Have you been thinking about how this relates to your digital practice? If so, read on….. The last Digital Learning and Teaching Update mentioned a new Special Interest Group which has recently started up. The Digital Accessibility Special Interest Group is an open learning community where anyone at the University who has an interest in digital accessibility can get involved. Whether you’re a student studying a subject that includes inclusive approaches and assistive technologies, a member of staff with an interest in digital accessibility, a researcher who has an active focus on this or you’re just generally curious, then please come and get involved in the community. While this is the first group to be set-up due… Read moreOur Special Interest Group Needs You!

Development and Delivery of PSYC3646 Forensic Psychology in Practice

Dr Gillian Harrop, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology, Institute of Health and Society UW Teaching Award recipient The context of this case study is the development and delivery of the PSYC3646 Forensic Psychology in Practice, a third year module on the BSc in Forensic Psychology, which teaches students to critically consider the discipline of forensic psychology as it applies to forensic settings, as well as developing knowledge and understanding of relevant theory and practices.