Submissions under ‘Identifying the problems, planning and quick wins

  • Leisa Nichols-Drew tells us how the DMU team are ‘taking science to the people’ in lock down by adapting their SteamEd (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Maths Education) immersive laboratory outreach for the Covid-19, home-schooling era. The presentation highlights some of the challenges they have identified and their ‘wins’ so far https://youtu.be/YyxZweDeELU
  • Leisa Nichols-Drew, on behalf of DMU, explains how they adapted a large scale public engagement project originally planned as part of 2020 Festival of Teaching. The presentation reflects on the early challenges and shows how a growth mindset is helping to convert an immersive, city centre activity to an equally engaging online outreach resource https://youtu.be/KOBkPPbOJbU
  • Dr Ruta Furmonaviciene reflects positively on the transition to online delivery and identifies some tools which have helped her to continue working. Ruta explains how the pandemic has increased the opportunity for innovation and creativity and she highlights the benefits this could have for WP and outreach https://youtu.be/7LxHW8AetC0

Submissions under ‘Adapting face-to-face provision

  • links will be uploaded after the June submission deadline

Submissions under ‘Evaluation of new / adapted provision

  • links will be uploaded after the July submission deadline