|Salary:||£30,502 to £34,308 per annum, pro-rata. Grade 6|
|Placed On:||7th December 2022|
|Closes:||9th January 2023|
College of Arts
EAS (English for Academic Study) within the School of Modern Languages and Cultures are developing an online resource that aims to improve reflective writing practices for assessment. There is currently no such dedicated university wide resource for reflective writing at UofG.
Your role in this project will be to gather data from stakeholders, involved in reflective writing for assessment, from across the university. This will be in two ways. Firstly, it will be from staff who set reflective writing assignments, in order to identify, for example, their reasons for setting them and expectations from written submissions. Secondly, it will be from students who have undertaken reflective written assignments, in order to identify key themes in their experiences. In this role, you will work in conjunction with Project Lead, Dr Micky Ross, and Project Contributors, Aneta Marren and Dr Julia Bohlmann.
This post is 150 hours over a 5-month period.
Visit our website for further information on The University of Glasgow’s School of Modern Languages & Cultures, https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/mlc/
Closing Date: 9 January 2023
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