OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
Educational Research Group
London School of Business and Management invests substantial resources to enhance the research output of its academic staff in the area of Teaching and Learning, and beyond. Support and resources are made available for research into pedagogy, student retention and eLearning, with an emphasis on student experience.
Guidance on what research, scholarly activity or professional practice means, and the support available for staff, are being provided. This research is then used to inform changes to improve the teaching practice across the institution. We encourage active participation from our students in this research and scholarship. Research and scholarship activities are being disseminated annually as part of annual appraisals.
The institution holds an Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, attracting internationally renowned presenters and delegates.
The institution also holds an eLearning Research Reading Group, that meets on a monthly basis. The aim of the group is to ensure that the staff is informed about the recent cutting edge research and teaching and learning, as well as, discuss the possibilities of embedding new, successful teaching and learning methods through educational technology within the institution. The dates of the events are published on the institutional website are open to anyone to attend. The list of events held in the recent past/near future include:
Vos, L., 2015. Simulation games in business and marketing education: How educators assess student learning from simulations. The International Journal of Management Education, 13(1), pp.57-74.
Some additional resources on the topic are:
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