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Library Services team win a prestigious award

Members of the Library Learning Support and Engagement Team were part of a team to receive an Education Excellence Award for the AI for Student Learning and Research project. 

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Chenée Psaros, Cassie Lewis, Paula Funnell and Rosella D’Alesio accepting the award

The project was a collaboration with colleagues from the Technology Enhanced Learning Team and the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry who included Chenée Psaros (Senior Academic Skills Advisor – Library Services), Cassie Lewis (Clinical Senior Lecturer - Institute of Dentistry), Paula Funnell (Faculty Liaison Librarian– Library Services), Rosella D’Alesio (Senior Academic Skills Advisor– Library Services), alongside student collaborators, to develop an online resource to support students in navigating the effective and responsible use of AI in their learning and research. 

The awards ceremony took place at the Royal College of Pathologists on 23 May 2024 and celebrated excellence in education, assessment and feedback, student support, and the student experience across the University.  

The Awards and Prizes celebrate some of the most innovative approaches to creating and delivering outstanding teaching across the full range of Queen Mary disciplines. 

During the ceremony, Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal, recognised exemplary work with new technology, academic support, curriculum improvements, student co-creation, and new pedagogic and assessment approaches. 

Professor Colin Bailey said:  

“I would like to congratulate everyone who was nominated for an award tonight. Everyone who has been nominated is thinking differently and creatively to deliver excellence in education, be that through innovate methods of teaching, embedding employability in the curriculum, and supporting our diverse student community to progress and succeed. This always makes the task of choosing this year’s recipients a challenge, and I would also like to thank those who made and supported nominations. I am especially pleased to have previous recipients of the Awards and Prizes at the event, several of whom have gone on to achieve national recognition for their educational innovation.” 

See the full article for a full list of this year's winners. 




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