Venetia BrownPhD Research Student
My PhD research focuses on the role that interactive web broadcasts play in enhancing distance learning students' sense of community, engagement and learning within STEM modules. My research uses a mixed-method approach to observe live and recorded broadcasts, interaction data logs and audience polling responses (widgets) from the StadiumLive platform.
29 Jun 2021
14 Nov 2019
Brown, V., Collins, T. and Braithwaite, N. (2021) The Role of Web Broadcasts to Develop Online Learning Communities in STEM: a multiple case study, Advance HE STEM Conference 2021: Rethinking STEM Higher Education, Virtual
Brown, V., Collins, T. and Braithwaite, N. (2020) The Role of Web Broadcasts to Develop Online Learning Communities in STEM Modules, Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference: Making Connections, Innovating and Sharing Pedagogy, University of Nottingham – virtual
Brown, V., Cayless, A. and Jarvis, J. (2020) Exploring the use of labcasts to support associate lecturers, 9th eSTEeM Annual Conference: Informing Student Success - From Scholarship to Practice, Virtual
Brown, V., Collins, T. and Braithwaite, N. (2018) Examining interaction within STEM Web Broadcasts, 7th eSTEeM Annual Conference: STEM Futures - Delivering Excellence Through Scholarship, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK