Using Talis Elevate for collaborative discussion on ethics applications: hear from a principal lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University

In this blog post, Adrian Scruton, Principal Lecturer and Academic Lead (Employability) at Anglia Ruskin University, talks about his experience of using Talis Elevate as part of a peer review activity for ethics submissions. Students’ were asked to review two previously submitted (and anonymised) submissions, and critique the submissions for detail, accuracy, and ethical considerations from the perspective of an ethics panel reviewer. 

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