5 Works

Securing technology-critical metals for Britain

Allan Walton, Paul Anderson, Gavin Harper, Vicky Mann, John Beddington, Andy Abbott, Andrew Bloodworth, Dave OudeNijeweme, Emma Schofield, Frances Wall, Neil Glover, Rob Chaddock, Robert Gross, Robert Lee, Robin Grimes, Rupert Lewis, Vernon Gibson, Paul McGuiness & Romana Ogrin

Evaluating the Racially Inclusive Curricula Toolkit in HE’: Empirically Measuring the Efficacy and Impact of Making Curriculum-content Racially Inclusive on the Educative Experiences of Students of Colour in the UK

Paul Ian Campbell, Ashjan Ajour, Andrew Dunn, Heena Karavadra, Keith Nockels & Sarah Whittaker
To our knowledge, this the first large scale mixed methods evaluation of an intervention for making Higher Education (HE) curricula racially inclusive in the United Kingdom. Consequently, the findings discussed offer an important starting point for widening sector knowledge as to what works in relation to improving racially inclusive best practice in taught curricula, in what ways do these kinds of interventions work, and what are the parameters and limitations for these kinds of approaches...

Evaluating the Racially Inclusive Curricula Toolkit in HE’: Empirically Measuring the Efficacy and Impact of Making Curriculum-content Racially Inclusive on the Educative Experiences of Students of Colour in the UK

Paul Ian Campbell, Ashjan Ajour, Andrew Dunn, Heena Karavadra, Keith Nockels & Sarah Whittaker
To our knowledge, this the first large scale mixed methods evaluation of an intervention for making Higher Education (HE) curricula racially inclusive in the United Kingdom. Consequently, the findings discussed offer an important starting point for widening sector knowledge as to what works in relation to improving racially inclusive best practice in taught curricula, in what ways do these kinds of interventions work, and what are the parameters and limitations for these kinds of approaches...

Other Lives in Samuel Pepys’s Diary: A Collection of Creative Writing inspired by Pepys’s journal of the 1660s

Kate Loveman, Liz Cashdan, Ben Payne, Selina Lock, Narimaan Shafi, Hazel Stuart, Elizabeth Uter & Sue Wright
This collection features seven pieces of historical fiction (prose and poetry), each inspired by figures who appear in Samuel Pepys’s diary of the 1660s. The authors are Liz Cashdan, Selina Lock, Ben Payne, Narimaan Shafi, Hazel Stuart, Elizabeth Uter, and Sue Wright. These pieces were developed during creative writing workshops run by the ‘Reimagining the Restoration’ project. The workshops introduced members of the public to new research on Pepys’s diary, with a focus on figures...

Other Lives in Samuel Pepys’s Diary: A Collection of Creative Writing inspired by Pepys’s journal of the 1660s

Kate Loveman, Liz Cashdan, Ben Payne, Selina Lock, Narimaan Shafi, Hazel Stuart, Elizabeth Uter & Sue Wright
This collection features seven pieces of historical fiction (prose and poetry), each inspired by figures who appear in Samuel Pepys’s diary of the 1660s. The authors are Liz Cashdan, Selina Lock, Ben Payne, Narimaan Shafi, Hazel Stuart, Elizabeth Uter, and Sue Wright. These pieces were developed during creative writing workshops run by the ‘Reimagining the Restoration’ project. The workshops introduced members of the public to new research on Pepys’s diary, with a focus on figures...

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