LSBM Research Focus Continues to Bear Fruit

08 Sep 2017

There are many benefits of studying at LSBM, and our strength in research is one of them. This impacts directly on students as our academics seek out new and better ways to engage and teach our students.

We are an institutional subscriber to the Higher Education Academy (HEA), organise a Research Seminar Series during the academic year, as well as running our own Teaching and Learning Conference.

We are proud of being an institution that champions research among its academics. We aim to make sure it is relevant and that teachers can learn and engage with it so that our students can benefit from those new insights.

As part of this process we encourage our academics to write for leading academic journals, publish books, and participate in case studies. We also actively encourage our academics to attend and present at pre-eminent industry conferences because it is essential to our staff and students that we remain at the cutting edge of what is happening in the subject areas we teach.

One recent example of our panoply of academic research excellence is from Asif Sadiq, Course Leader, BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up), who has had a paper accepted for the 8th International Conference on Languages, Social Sciences, Education and Interdisciplinary Studies (ICLSSE-17), which will be held in London from December 4-6, 2017.

Asif had this to say about the flowering academic research journey that he and his fellow LSBM academics are on;

"I am excited to be featured in the upcoming prestigious ICLSSE-17 Conference in December 2017, for my paper that explores the effectiveness of self-regulated formative feedback mechanisms to enhance student learning experiences in higher education.
 
This is a topic that I feel passionate about, along with my colleagues, as it is always our goal to constantly innovate in our teaching methodologies so that our students see immediate benefits in the classroom. Self-regulated formative feedback is a powerful instructional tool that leads to substantial improvements in the standard of students’ performance. 
 
I look forward to sharing these new ideas and methods with my peers and am proud to be part of a burgeoning academic research community at LSBM that is supportive of a desire to constantly improve the student experience."

Learn more about our academic research here.

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