The role of Talis Elevate in Paul Dyer’s research project at Anglia Ruskin University

Dr Paul Dyer, Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, details how Talis Elevate played a key role in his research project, investigating how students engage with a Learning Research Methods Module. The project looked into how Research Methods could be enhanced beyond a passive, unpopular course in Biomedical science by using a Team-Based Learning Methodology, adopting a number of active learning principles. Talis Elevate was the primary delivery mechanism for resources used in this project. Further research will be looking into how this process compares to traditional teaching methods of the same subject matter. We asked Paul to tell us more about the project…

Can you give an overview of the project and what you’re investigating?  

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