Providing opportunities to encourage students to become research assistants
It is more typical for students to be taught the theory of research, rather than taking part in the actual live research process. Students are given the opportunity and encouraged to take part in actual research activities led by lecturers on the programme. This will enable them to transfer skills such as team work, time management, research data collection skills and communication skills.
What is the impact?
This directly impacts on students by developing their ability to acknowledge the relevance of the taught theory elements within the programme. It will also highlight the importance of current research alongside developing and enhancing their understanding of the research process and their practical primary research data collection skills.
For more information please contact: Claire Blennerhassett, [email protected]
[SOURCE: MSci (Hons) Nutrition – Stage 1].