Thanks for coming to our 8th Teaching and Learning Conference!

11 Jul 2018

Thanks to everyone for coming to our 8th LSBM Teaching and Learning Conference yesterday!

The fun kicked-off early on Tuesday 10 July 2018, and ended with a drinks reception at the end of the day.  

The theme of this year's conference was, 'Beyond metrics: Measuring the immeasurable in Higher Education'.


Our three keynote speakers for the day were:

  • Professor Tim Blackman, Vice-Chancellor, Middlesex University, whose talk was titled 'The Comprehensive University'. 
  • Professor Martin Parker, Department of Management, University of Bristol, whose talk was titled 'Widening the Business School', and
  • Becky Hartnup, Independent Consultant, Becky Hartnup Consulting, whose talk was titled 'Making Decisions in the Dark'.


In addition, we had an exciting array of twelve additional speakers and talks as follows:

  • Empathy: the educational space between us - Dr Anna Kopec Massey
  • Measuring the Immeasurable in Staff/Student Research Collaborations in Business and Management - Dr Nnamdi Madichie
  • An investigation into the effectiveness of key interventions likely to close the attainment gap in HE - Asif Sadiq 
  • UK HE business school graduate experiences of what causes vertical and horizontal employability mismatch - Paul Massiah, Mathew Jones and Monica Sounderraj
  • You Are Welcome: developing a creative approach to hospitality at LSBM - Cal Courtney, Rabii Mounsif, Fiddian Warman and Henry Playfoot 
  • Students' Engagement through ACCA Partnership - Usha Mistry 
  • Further Education saved me - Paul McKean
  • Evaluating engagement: an Aula case study of measuring impact in digital space - Rachael Curzons 
  • Confession Tapes: what we've learnt from Academic Integrity interviews - Anna Krajewska and Tom Ironmonger
  • An assessment of Leadership Skills for the Future World of Work: The 5 Lens Development Platform - Dr E Albertini 
  • Professional recognition: Promoting recognition through the HEA in a UK HE institution - Dr Simon Taylor
  • Metrics, Sustainability, Education and Business Studies - Balasubramanyam Chandramohan and Arif Zaman

 

I'll be sharing some of their insights in this months blog post in due course as well as the winners of the various LSBM Awards! (Watch out for that!)

(Update - 16th July 2018 - Read my write-up of the event in the July blog post! - LSBM Teaching and Learning Conference 2018 – Beyond Metrics!)


Thanks to all the speakers, students and those who made this event possible. Getting a conference organised is challenging work and there is plenty that goes on behind the scenes to make them work seamlessly!

Thanks also to all the staff at the venue and the caterers for the great food! As well as Kopland & Miller for keeping everyone entertained over lunch!

Thanks also to the Learn Tech Team for ably working to make sure all the 'IT Magic' happened.

And thanks to all the attendees for coming along to support the event.

You are great, and we hope to see you back next year!


But for now, I'll leave the last word of thanks with our Head of Quality, Maria Jackson:

"A brilliant conference thanks to Geraldine, Nick, Sarah, Cal and our wonderful (as ever) students.  This year more than last, the connectivity between a number of sessions was really strong.  I kept hearing empathy pop up either explicitly or implicitly in all the sessions, and our attendees were genuinely blown away by the conference booklet – all thanks to Jennicka."

 

Stuart Brown
Media and Content Manager

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