• EPiC welcomes our students!
    What a strange start to the year… Rather than the hustle and bustle of over 1,200 roaming our corridors and meeting with their personal tutors, we have empty corridors and labs. Members of EPiC have started meeting
  • Publication at UKICER 2020
    Congratulations to Amal Al-Khalifa, one of our PhD students, and her supervisor Marie Devlin for their paper “Evaluating a Peer Assessment Approach in Introductory Programming Courses” being accepted at this year’s UKICER conference. Amal will be presenting
  • We have changed our name!
    We are pleased to announce that over the next few months we will be rebranding from the Teaching Innovation Group to the Educational Practice in Computing a.k.a. EPiC. As we continue to grow our group, we are
  • TIG members win 3 Teaching Awards!
    Congratulations to Laura Heels and Chris Napier who won awards as this year’s NUSU The Education Awards!
  • Group members nominated for teaching awards
    Congratulations to Laura Heels, Chris Napier, Daniel Nesbitt and Bradley read who were all nominated by our students for teaching awards. Here are some quotes from their nominations: Laura Heels OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO STUDENT EMPLOYABILITY Always went
  • We present our work on our new curriculum at CEP
    At the yearly Computer Education Practice conference hosted by Durham University, Chris Napier presented the groups work on our new UG curriculum. CEP 2020 saw our group lead Marie Devlin be the Programme Chair for the conference,
  • Group members attend the first-ever UKICER
    The group attended the first ever UK and Ireland Computer Education Research (UKICER). Although we weren’t presenting any of our work, Marie Devlin and Chris Napier were on the Programme Committee and it was great hearing about
  • Publication and posters at CSEDU 2019
    8 members of the group jetted off to sunny Crete to attend the Computer Support Education conference. Chris Napier published his work on metacognitive awareness with undergraduate students. Becky Allen, Ryan Crosby and Bakri Awaju presented their
  • Poster presented at APAIE
    Professor Chris Phillips and Chris Napier jetted off to Kuala Lumpur to attend the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) to present a poster on the work we have been doing on our new UG curriculum. As