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The School of Mathematics ASID Creation Support Project

The School of Mathematics ASID Creation Support Project

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This video highlights some of the work the School of Mathematics did over the summer in preparation for hybrid teaching. The School’s ASID (Adapt, Support, Implement, Deliver) group worked to support a range of activities across teaching, student support, tech, estates, PhD students, and communications. In this video you see how over the course of 14 weeks a team of 16 PhD students and 32 4th/5th year undergraduate students worked remotely from 10 different countries. They undertook over 120 tasks covering over 40 different courses which will benefit over 1000 students to facilitate the transition into hybrid teaching.


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