Louise Meijering (Spatial Sciences)
The aim of this Teaching Excellence project is to encourage both Bachelor Honours and Research Master students of the Faculty of Spatial Sciences to think critically about the ethical implications of doing research through obtrusive methods such as GPS tracking (outdoor activities) and possibly indoor-tracking. The students achieve this aim through reflecting on the impact of these methods on themselves as both research participants and researchers. They will do this by comparing their reflections and experiences with those recorded in the academic literature both in class and in a written assignment.
The innovative part of the project lies in 1) the application of new, innovative methodologies such as GPS-tracking; 2) its focus on academic integrity and 3) its emphasis on learning from peers, as the Research Master students and Bachelor Honours students will discuss and compare their arguments, ideas and experiences.
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