Table 2.

Faculty data overview

TimeTime commitment was far above the specified commitment.
Supervisors get no ‘programmed activity’ time for this work.
Certain projects require greater time commitment.
Reward and recognitionThere was no recognition for time commitment.
The opportunity to present posters/publish was seen as rewards.
There was learning opportunity for faculty.
PreparationLimited understanding of the module aims, poor engagement with training.
Resources on KEATs (VLE) are hard to access and too time consuming.
AssessmentMarking standards and boundaries were unclear.
There was unease about subjectivity of marks.
There was no ability to compare.
It was time consuming and stressful.
ValueUndergraduate projects are valuable to the department and wider trust.
  • KEATs (VLE) = King's E-learning and Teaching Service Virtual Learning Environment.