Paul Catley

Paul Catley worked at Oxford Brookes University from 1990-2005. He then moved to the University of the West of England where he became Head of the Department of Law, a University Learning and Teaching Fellow and an Associate of the UK Centre for Legal Education. Paul is now a course designer for The Open University Law School, a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the University of the West of England and a member of the executive of the Committee of Heads of University Law Schools. In addition to pedagogic research Paul’s main research focus is the interface between neuroscience and law. Paul is a founder member and on the steering committee of the European Association for Neuroscience and Law. Email:

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Online formative MCQs to supplement traditional teaching: improving retention, progression and performance – the longer view

Following on from the publication of One Lecturer’s Experience of Blending E-learning with Traditional Teaching, further analysis of the long-term impact of the online quizzes on student performance was undertaken. Engagement with formative online MCQs was explored generally and the

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