Learning & Teaching Conference 2021- Reducing distance through interactive teaching and assessment – student collaboration on the MSc Psychiatry programme during the Covid-19 pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has posed particular challenges to higher education systems around the world where programmes had to come up with virtual solutions to learning and teaching rapidly. With students and teaching staff often confined to their homes these days and not sharing a common space, it can be challenging to feel connected and part of a community.

The MSc Psychiatry programme at Cardiff University is a long-established distance learning programme with a diverse international student cohort. Although our students are based in different places across the world, they are well-connected and collaborate with each other across a range of projects.

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