Poster presentations

Our poster competition was a great success, with LLS staff contributing 12 posters in total. The competition was open to all staff, and we received a mixture of first-time creations and reports on large-scale, funded projects.

Thanks to all our contributors, and congratulations to Heather Dimmock, Yvonne O’Connor and Jenny Spokes, who won the competition with their poster on the department’s digitisation services, The DAISY chain.

The competition was judged by Simone Apel, the university’s training co-ordinator for research programmes, who said:

The overall standard of the posters was fabulous and I had a hard job choosing just one! They were all well-written, interesting and looked great – lots of work, time and thought had obviously gone into every one of them. And it’s nice to know that many aspects of the Poster Training Workshop were remembered & exploited 😉

Our thanks to Simone for her help, and also to Jenny Townend for printing duties.

If you missed the conference, or would like to revisit the entries, each of the thumbnails below links to a PDF of the full-size A1 poster.

The DAISY chain
– Heather Dimmock, Yvonne O’Connor and Jenny Spokes
Competition winner! 

Bringing a buzz to NECTAR
– Miggie Pickton

Engaging students in assessments through the use of collaborative assessed wikis
– Ugochukwu Ejemba (with Rob Farmer)

Collaborative learning: enhancing the student experience through LLS
– Helena Beeson, Kate Swinton, Nikki Woods and Fiona Maclellan

The student experience of patron-driven ebooks at the University of Northampton
– Joanne Farmer and Charlotte Heppell

The Fowler Collection at the University of Northampton
– Janet Milner

Building an online skills hub for the University of Northampton
– Georgina Dimmock

Reading lists required
– Hannah Rose, Gillian Siddall and Emma Rowling

PRACTICE: parenthetical referencing affecting comprehension: timely investigation changing educational practice
– Fiona MacLellan

Nene Valley Christian Family Refuge and the University of Northampton reading group
– Fiona MacLellan and Jenny Townend

NECTAR snaphshot
– Nick Dimmock

Transition out?
– Rob Howe and Penelope Stanton

We also printed free-standing banners listing our departmental research output on NECTAR. We’ve reduced these to A4 PDFs for convenience:

5 thoughts on “Poster presentations

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  3. I thought the poster presentations were really interesting – the topics were really diverse. I found it very informative and loved to see all the creativity involved.

  4. It’s great to be able to view all of the posters, particularly as I wasn’t able to attend the conference. They all look great and I’m impressed at the quality and range of the different topics.

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