Nomination should be no more than 1,000 words and can take the format, for example, of a case study; an evaluation of an aspect of practice; a reflection on their own learning/practice in this area, or a review of the literature on a contemporary issue.
We are keen to hear about student members on a broad range of VR issues.
The nomination should include:
• The student’s background (course, professional history etc.) with a rationale for their interest in VR (200 words max)
• A clear description and discussion of the VR-related issue/topic they are focusing on.
This may be a VR-related aspect of class-based learning; independent study; learning on placements; observations on practice (or other). It may focus on VR-related products, tools or services, or anything else that would be of value to practitioners and the development of the evidence base in VR. (600 words max)
• Conclusions and recommendations for future practice/research/education in this area and how this type of study/investigation/observation has impacted their own future practice (200 words max)
The nomination can be supported, by testimonials from other parties or evidence from practice.
Please see the Guidance Document for details regarding use of appendices.
Any appendices should be incorporated into this document.