Optimisation of Blended learning in Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Blended learning typically involves a mix of online and traditional classroom-based activities that offers students flexibility and accessibility. Whilst technologies and learning space are important supporting tools, desired learning outcomes (knowledge and skills) and factors that influence student engagement and success will be driving forces in optimising the curricula design. There's no one approach that fits all teaching and learning in various disciplines. In this project, the candidate will work with students, instructors, practitioners and industry experts to examine their perceptions, experiences, preferences and identify factors influencing blended teaching and learning in various disciplinary areas of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences education. These findings will be integrated with evidence from literature to generate an indicative framework for quality design, delivery and desired outcomes.