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Cambridge Technology-Enabled Learning Prize 2020

last modified Nov 10, 2020 04:19 PM

Cambridge University Press have announced the winners of the 2020 Technology-Enabled Learning Prize. The prize for Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths & Medicine (STEMM), goes to Dr Matt Castle and his team, for the PSLS Biostatistics Initiative Core Statistics Course. The GSLS Biostatistics course supports life science researchers and graduates at the University of Cambridge, teaching relevant, practical statistics skills in a flexible manner. During the pandemic, Dr Castle and his team offered students both synchronous online, interactive lectures and access to recordings, synchronous and asynchronous practical exercises, and a virtual help center hosted on the messaging board Slack. The panel was impressed by the team's focus on empowering their students through relevant, personalized material and flexible delivery, as well as the overwhelmingly positive feedback from learners.


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