- Start date: 1 July 2022
- End date: 30 September 2024
- Primary investigator: Sean Butcher
- Co-investigators: Suzanne Young
This body of research explores the experiences of students engaged in asynchronous and synchronous learning activities in the School of Law.
The aim of this project is to examine how students engage with these different modes of learning to help inform practice in the future.
The research consists of several phases, including the completion of a literature review, the dissemination of a survey (amongst students who have engaged with a variety of the aforementioned approaches), and the completion of follow-up focus groups; all undertaken with the ambition of developing an evidence- and needs-based approach to the use of different delivery methods.