This project is funded by JISC under the Learning & Teaching Innovation Grant Programme.
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Category Archives: Dr Roberta Mazza
AR material relating to the St John Fragment has now been released as part of the SCARLET project in collaboration with Dr. Roberta Mazza. It provides the user an opportunity to surface contextual information about the most famous piece of … Continue reading
On the 3rd of May, Matt Ramirez and I conducted our latest series of focus groups with two different courses, whose delivery will involve the oldest fragment of the Gospel of John, which dates back to the 2nd half of … Continue reading
As part of the on-going work to evaluate and disseminate the work being done with the SCARLET Project, we conducted a simple and straightforward survey for Dr. Guyda Armstrong’s 3rd year undergraduates from the pilot course “Beyond the Text: The … Continue reading
As part of the on-going development of SCARLET, beyond the pilot course, “The Book and Its Body”, a group of Dr. Guyda Armstrong’s first-year students in ITAL10300, “Contemporary Italian Culture” were asked to participate in a focus group on 26 … Continue reading
The Rylands papyri collection is one of the most important of the world, and constitutes an immense occasion for a papyrologist and ancient historian. It is an immense resource for both research and teaching. Of the about 2,000 Greek and … Continue reading