View symposium posters

Click on the images below to view each poster from the 2023 Teaching and Learning Symposium in detail.

You can also view the three posters nominated by attendees at the symposium as their favourite posters. Winners were announced on the day by Professor Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Education. 

Embedding digital education

Voted a favourite poster by attendees

Sharmila Rajendran, Department of Anatomy and Physiology – Digital tools for facilitating anatomy learning

Photo of poster award presentation

Martin Williams and Sharmila Rajendran

Vladimir Chernov, Department of Physics – COMPOS: Changing the scene of STEM education in the UK with systematic guided online teaching

Anne Ferrey, Primary Care Health Sciences – Hybrid teaching: integrating remote students

Christopher Patrick, Department of Materials – Jupyter Notebooks as a means of visualising, analysing and presenting data

Mark Roberts, Department of Biochemistry  – Teaching genetics and molecular biology using a hybrid lab approach


Marion Sadoux, Language Centre – Embedding digital education through communities of practice



Voted a favourite poster by attendees

Rachael Hall, Undergraduate Admissions & Outreach, Opportunity Oxford – 'Wildly helpful': Inclusive learning for under-represented students

Poster award presentation - 'Wildly helpful' - inclusive learning for underrepresented students

Martin Williams and members of the Opportunity Oxford team

Voted a favourite poster by attendees

Emily Rudgard, Student Welfare and Support Services – Supporting neurodiverse students

Poster award presentation - Supporting neurodiverse students

Martin Williams and Emily Rudgard


Delia O'Rourke, Nuffield Department of Medicine, NDM Operations, Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics – Embedding digitally supported inclusive teaching in a new postgraduate taught programme

Mariama Sheriff, Language Centre – Understanding racial microaggressions and their impact on students of colour

Chelsea Wallis, Law Faculty – Teaching students with 'masked' Autism


Other areas of teaching and assessment innovation at Oxford

Heba Shawer, Nuffield Department of Medicine, Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics – Development of a new MSc in Genomic Medicine in Oxford with a multidisciplinary group teaching approach

Marks Roberts, Department of Biochemistry – Introducing e-assessment within the biochemistry course


IncludED. Helping all students make the most of Oxford's education

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