Research into Learning and Teaching is undertaken across the University, by staff and students, often in partnership. The University funds small-scale research projects each year, and these are linked to our strategic goals and to the Development Themes. Many of these projects are the basis of presentations at our Annual Learning and Teaching Day, and are published in our e-journal 'Capture', or in peer reviewed publications. In addition, the University of Winchester leads and has led the following national projects:
- Realising Active Culture Transformation (REACT). HEFCE funded Catalyst Project to widen the reach of Student Engagement in 13 universities. 314k (2015-17)
- Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment (TESTA) HEA Funded 200k (2009-12) - continuing beyond project life.
- Feedback and Assessment with Students through Technology (FASTECH) - Jisc funded 190k (2011-14) - co-led with Bath Spa,
- British Council Knowledge Economy Partnership with two Indian Universities to undertake TESTA 20k (2012-13)
- Leading Engagement with Students' Unions: A Comparative Study, Funded by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. (2012)