Embedding environmental sustainability into the curriculum and more art by Callum Egan/Christina Plum/Sally Smith

Embedding environmental sustainability into the curriculum, 2021
75 x 100 cm (h x w)

This is a presentation of initial findings of a School of Computing project designed to explore students' views on environmental sustainability and how best to incorporate such topics into university education. We piloted approaches in two 20/21 modules, surveyed students and followed up with a focus group.


Callum Egan is a Research Fellow in the School of Computing- and leads the Lion’s Gate Garden project which has established an outdoor space at Merchiston Campus that champions permaculture, Christina Plum is an MSc Computing student working on this and other research in the School of Computing and Sally Smith is Director of the Centre for Computing Education Research (CCER).

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