Tuesday, 30 May 2017

FW: Teaching and Learning Conversation - Free Webinar - Lego for Creative Strategic Thinking with MBA Students


The next teaching and learning conversation (TLC) free webinar will be facilitated by Lisa Day (Director of Studies, Online MBA, University of Liverpool) and Jeannie Holstein (Module Convenor Strategic Management MBA, University of Nottingham) titled “Lego for Creative Strategic Thinking with MBA Students”


Lisa and Jeannie will share their experiences of using Lego to stimulate creative strategic thinking with MBA students.  Having attended a workshop session run by Dr David Oliver from the University of Sydney Business School in 2015, Lisa and Jeannie were inspired to try out some ideas with their students. They will share some of the theory behind using Lego to encourage students to work through strategic problems in a way that is collaborative, reflective and creative. This TLC will be participative,  providing opportunities to try a few things and not just listen to us. Lisa and Jeannie both have experience of running a taught classroom-based session(s) that lasts between 1 hour and 3 hours for about 5 to 25 MBA students and will share their experiences of running these classes and the lessons that we learned from putting David’s ideas into practice. If you don’t teach strategy or MBA students then you will still, we hope, pick up lots of ideas that you could adapt for other audiences.


For full details please visit the TLC website


Joining the conversation:

Simply follow this link http://mmu.adobeconnect.com/tlc/ and enter as a guest by typing your name, institution and country into the name field and clicking on the “Join Meeting” button.


Whether or not you have previously participated in a webinar or online activity using Adobe Connect we advise that you make sure that you do some checking and preparation in advance. Check your set-up and connection here. You may also find our Adobe Connect Webinar Participant Guide useful to print out in advance of the session.


We really hope that you will be able to join for what should be a lively and highly interactive TLC.




Dr W. Rod Cullen

Assistant Head of Learning and Research Technologies (Learning Innovation)


Tel: 0161 247 3356

eMail: r.cullen@mmu.ac.uk

Skype: wrod.cullen


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FW: Transforming Assessment next session 7 June: 'MapMyProgramme: Developing holistic assessment' [JISCmail]

Transforming Assessment Webinar Update

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Please forward to interested colleagues!
All sessions at no cost.

1) Next session: MapMyProgramme: Developing the holistic student assessment experience, 7 June 2017.

This session will explore the use of the 'Map my programme' tool as a means of developing more holistic assessment across a program. The tool promotes team engagement, reflection on curriculum design, and displays graphical real-time, assessment modalities, weighting and submission dates for each module within a programme.

Presenter: Dr Mark Kerrigan (Anglia Ruskin University, UK)

Further information and registration:


2) Recording available for Dialogue+: Students learning about assessment in first year held 3 May 2017.

Dialogue+ supports first year students’ participation with, and understanding of assessment and feedback processes at university through the promotion of dialogue with lecturers. The intervention uses an interactive coversheet (ICS) (Bloxham and Campbell, 2010) along with lecturer and peer mentor-assisted workshops and peer mentoring.

Presenters: Dr Rebecca Westrup (University of East Anglia, UK) and Prof Sue Bloxham (University of Cumbria, UK).

View and download resources:

Further information:
The Transforming Assessment webinars are part of a series of free events covering a range of assessment and e-assessment topics.
Sessions are hosted by Professor Geoffrey Crisp, PVC Education, University of New South Wales and Dr Mathew Hillier, Office of Vice-Provost Learning and Teaching, Monash University, Australia.
Further information on this and future events, recordings of past sessions, links to resources and participation/technical help on using the virtual seminar system can be found on our website at transformingassessment.com

Support for this activity has been provided by the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (as the 'e-Assessment SIG'), the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, University of New South Wales, Monash University and the University of Queensland. The views expressed in this publication/activity do not necessarily reflect the views of the sponsoring institutions.

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Transforming Assessment

Monday, 29 May 2017



School of Fine & Performing Arts, University of Lincoln, UK

14 October 2017

Dr Lee Campbell, Lecturer in Fine Art, University of Lincoln, UK
Lisa Gaughan, Director of Teaching & Learning and Senior Lecturer, University of Lincoln

Keynote: Fred Meller, Senior Lecturer, Performance:  Design & Practice, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London

PROVOCATIVE PEDAGOGIES: PERFORMATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE ARTS is an international conference exploring the possibilities of the emerging field of ‘performative pedagogy’ and its potential as useful and applicable to enabling learning across a range of artistic and possibly other disciplines.

We welcome submissions from individuals and groups across all creative disciplines who deploy pedagogic approaches with an emphasis on performativity to drive learning. We invite papers, provocations and practical demonstrations that showcase good practice of making positive usage of performative teaching and learning.

Submitting a proposal:
•            We welcome proposals for 15-20 minute papers and practical workshops (to last up to 1 hour)
Please use the following format for proposals:
•            Name, institutional affiliation, contact details
•            Title of paper or workshop
•            250-word paper summary (max 1 page A4)
•            50-word contributor biography
•            Send proposals as a Word doc by email to Dr Lee Campbell,       
                at:  lcampbell@lincoln.ac.uk and Lisa Gaughan, lgaughan@lincoln.ac.uk
•            Deadline: Friday 30th June 5pm. Notification of successful applicants: 2nd week of  July 2017

All abstracts will undergo a peer review process to ensure quality and relevance to conference theme and ambition.

Notes on organisers and keynote speaker:

Dr Lee Campbell is an artist, curator and academic. His practice plays with the parameters of contemporary art that draw attention to the performative and the participative within an art historical vernacular and seeks to theorise, articulate and demonstrate how we may construct meaning between politics of space and the politics of artist articulated through visual and verbal languages. He is very interested in pedagogical approaches which prioritise performative tactics.

Fred Meller’s research interests lie in the process of making performance as a dialogical design practice. Specifically, how the principles and characteristics of Performance can be used to interrogate, explore and expand the nature of teaching and learning in the subject area.  In particular, she has been researching disruptive pedagogy and relationships of power in teaching and learning and design practice.

Lisa Gaughan’s teaching is informed by her background in the theatre and a working life in industry. Particular  theatre work has explored mental health issues, and has taken place in schools, prisons and NHS establishments and elsewhere.  She has also undertaken Solo Performance work and Community Theatre practice.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

FW: Invitation to attend CAW Series for Staff event: "Constructing Literate Identities: Genre, Response, and Student Writers' Perceptions of Agency"


You are invited to attend the following event in The CAW Series for Staff: an interactive workshop on "Constructing Literate Identities: Genre, Response, and Student Writers' Perceptions of Agency", led by Professor Bronwyn T. Williams, Director of the University Writing Center, University of Louisville.


This free event will take place on Wednesday 14 June, 2.00 – 4.00pm in The Academic Writing Studio, Centre for Academic Writing, Coventry University.


Please see the attached poster for details and how to book a place, as spaces are limited.


I look forward to seeing you there!


Best wishes,





Dr. Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams | Head: Centre for Academic Writing | Coventry University | Priory Street

| Coventry, England | CV1 5FB | +44 (0)24 7765 7904 | l.g-williams@coventry.ac.uk


Editor: Journal of Academic Writing

Ex-officio Executive Board Member: European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW)



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FW: SOAS Learning & Teaching Conference


SOAS Learning and Teaching Conference: Students as Partners: Working together to navigate the learning journey


Friday 9 June 2017


All are welcome to attend. Registration deadline: Monday 5 June.


Keynote speakers


Dr Abbi Flint (PFHEA, Independent Education Developer & Visiting Research Fellow in Student Engagement at Birmingham City University)


Professor Simon Kemp (National Teaching Fellow, Winner of Times Higher Education Most Innovative Teacher of the Year award 2013, University of Southampton).


This conference is free to attend. For more information on the programme and to register, see our website https://www.soas.ac.uk/ltd/learning-and-teaching-conference/4th-learning-and-teaching-conference-june-2017/


Kind regards



Dr Angela Gallagher-Brett SFHEA

Head of Learning and Teaching Development

Academic Services

SOAS, University of London

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017

FW: Learning Design Cross Institutional Network #6 - reminder


Next LD-CIN, 9th June, University of Staffordshire

There is still time to register for the sixth Learning Design Cross Institutional Network meeting, to be hosted by the University of Staffordshire on Friday 9th June.

Eventbrite page has been set up for registrations. Details of how to get to the venue are also provided here. 

The theme for the event will be "Digital tools for learning design" and there is an exciting agenda lined up - see the LD-CIN website 
Upcoming events and Eventbrite pages for details.

This is a free event but places are limited so please ensure you sign up soon! Please also 
advise Helen of any dietary or accessibility requirements.

For those joining remotely, the link is: 
We look forward to seeing you soon, either in person or virtually, for another productive networking event.

Best wishes
Helen Walmsley-Smith, Julie Usher, Simon Walker, Fiona Hale and Katharine Reedy 


Undergraduates and Cases: Transform your Teaching | The Case Centre, for educators

Undergraduates and Cases: Transform your Teaching | The Case Centre, for educators: "Do you teach undergraduates? Or are you new to teaching undergraduates? Are you looking for fresh and exciting ways to engage and motivate your undergraduate students? If so, this Inspiration Day is for you.

The case method has been associated with post-graduate management education for over a century – but a growing number of teachers are discovering that it’s also an exciting and highly effective way to teach undergraduates. Come on our Inspiration Day to make sure your undergraduates don’t miss out. You’ll hear from a number of expert speakers and have the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and gain the confidence and know-how you need to start using cases with your undergraduates. Find out more about using cases with undergraduates "

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FW: LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference 2017 - Registration



Registration Now Open


LJMU’s Annual Teaching and Learning Conference

Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 June 2017


LJMU’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference provides an exciting forum to share and discuss innovative and effective teaching,

learning and assessment practices, as well as explore findings from teaching-related research and evaluation. On the theme of ‘Visions for Learning’, this year’s two-day event will showcase the work of academic and professional service staff across a range of higher education teaching and learning topics. These include the use of interactive teaching methods, learning technologies and creative approaches to curriculum, teaching or assessment design.


Organised by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education), Professor Peter Byers, with LJMU’s Teaching and Learning Academy, the Conference will be hosted by the Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies at the Mount Pleasant Campus (Redmonds Building). Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Weatherill will open the Conference to our keynote presenter, Nick Hillman, Director of HEPI. We conclude day one with the Vice-Chancellor’s Address. Professor Simon Bates, University of British Columbia, Canada will open day two of the conference.


The Conference programme comprises 66 presentations, from Faculty, Professional Service, partner institution staff as well as sector colleagues. This year, we have two lunchtime networking sessions, one hosted by the cross-institutional Faculty Higher Education Research Groups and one hosted by the Enterprise Educators Academe. 


The Conference is open to all LJMU staff, students and collaborative partner institutions. Additionally we warmly invite all colleagues working in post-16 education to attend. The event is free but places are limited and early registration is advisable.



To access the registration form please visit the Conference website


Registration will close on Friday 09 June 2017



If you have any other queries about the event, please contact:


LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference Team

Teaching and Learning Academy

Liverpool John Moores University

5th Floor, Kingsway House

Hatton Garden


L3 2AJ


Tel: 0151 231 8678


Email: LJMUTLC17@ljmu.ac.uk


Follow us on Twitter at @LJMUTLA #LJMUTLC17


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Monday, 22 May 2017

FW: QMUL Educational Research Seminar: Students’ utilisation of feedback - A cyclical model


Evaluating Academic Development in Higher Education

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QMUL Educational Research Seminars 2016-17



Students' utilisation of feedback: A cyclical model

Dr Edd Pitt
Programme Director for the PGCHE and
Lecturer in HE and Academic Practice
University of Kent

Thursday 15 June 2017, 1-2pm, Room 1.04, Scape East, Queen Mary University of London, 438-490 Mile End Road, London E1 4GG


About the seminar
Frequently lecturers report that feedback does not always have the desired effect of improving a student's subsequent performance. It also appears that the students' emotional response, motivation, self-confidence, and subsequent effort deployment in future assessments following feedback, is unpredictable and warrants further consideration. The findings being reported in this workshop indicate a multifaceted interpretation of the student experience and, as such, a six stage conceptual cyclical assessment and feedback model is proposed.

About the presenter
Dr Edd Pitt is Programme Director for the PGCHE and Lecturer in Higher Education and Academic Practice at the University of Kent. His principle research field is Assessment and Feedback with a particular focus upon student's emotional processing during feedback situations.

Find out more about the Educational Research Seminars series and book upcoming seminars on the CAPD website.

Please contact the Seminar Series co-ordinator: capd@qmul.ac.uk with any enquires.

FW: Call for papers: Social Media for Learning in HE Conference 2017



Call for papers:



#SocMedHE17: Making an impact

Tuesday 19th December 2017

at Sheffield Hallam University


The third social media for learning in HE conference: #SocMedHE17: Making an impact,  considers the role that social media - when used in formal and informal learning contexts - can play in addressing the major challenges currently being faced by Higher Education. This conference is accepting submissions from students, academics and managers from national and international HEIs.


The pressures on universities are hard to ignore. In the UK, the introduction of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and its core metrics – employability, teaching quality and retention – directly influence the direction of university strategies; while the National Student Survey (NSS) reveals specific contextual challenges that demand attention. Internationally, the titles may be different, but the pressures will be similar.
For the full call please visit:

#SocMedHE17 encourages submissions (research, practice or discussion papers) that provide evidence of educators and students using social media to make a positive impact on these challenges in formal and informal learning environments. Indicative themes include:


  • engaging, stimulating and challenging learners
  • reaching and engaging different groups of learners
  • innovative ways of meeting learning outcomes and enabling learning gain
  • enhancing employability outcomes
  • building staff and student digital capability and confidence
  • scaling up excellence for broader impact


Please visit the conference site: http://go.shu.ac.uk/socmedhe for the full call, booking and planning information, and outputs from the previous SocMedHE conferences.


Follow us on Twitter @SocMedHE for regular updates
Use #SocMedHE16 to discuss the event.


Saturday, 20 May 2017

Social network analysis and digital humanities

International Workshop on Social Network Analysis and Digital Humanities

to be held in Graz, Austria

co-located with i-Know 2017 (http://i-know.tugraz.at/)


Wednesday, 17 May 2017

FW: Registration Open: Engaged Learning Conference 6-7 July, University of Sheffield



Reconnecting through Engaged Learning and Scholarship: Impact, Frameworks, and Practice

Conference, 6-7 July 2017, University of Sheffield, U.K

Keynote speaker: Professor Mike Neary (University of Lincoln) 

"…our great universities simply cannot afford to remain islands of affluence, self-importance, and horticultural beauty in seas of squalor, violence, and despair. With the schools of medicine, law and education and their public policy programs, universities surely can help out our cities and perhaps - perhaps - even our nation back together."

-          Ira Harkavy

Engaged learning and teaching can be understood as combining (inter)disciplinary knowledge with opportunities for students to learn with and from external partners, 'real-world' challenges, and experiences outside universities. At a time of political and societal change, what is the role of engaged learning and its related forms of educational practice, including service learning, authentic learning, and civic engagement in connecting with communities?

This event aims to share frameworks, projects and experiences through which engaged learning can be approached, practised, and theorised. 

The draft programme is now available here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/als/current/engaged/conference

The conference is FREE to attend and open to internal and external delegates - sign up here.

We hope to see you in July.  



Dr Kimberley Marwood

0114 222 1351

The University of Sheffield

Project Officer, Projects and Development | Academic and Learning Services (Monday, Wednesday PM, Thursday)

Lead Co-ordinator - Public Value | Corporate Communications (Tuesday, Wednesday AM, Friday)

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

FW: Sheffield Hallam Learning and Teaching Conference 2017 - Registration Open!




Sheffield Hallam University’s annual Learning and Teaching Conference will take place on Thursday 29th June 2017 at our City Campus site.  This year’s theme – The Quality Paradox: Creativity and Compliance in the TEF World – invites us to explore how the amplified drive to perform consistently well in the key metrics (student experience and outcomes) impacts on our teaching, learning and assessment practices.  What does it mean to provide a consistently good student experience? It is possible to achieve consistency, whilst recognising and celebrating disciplinary distinctiveness and local contexts?


This year’s event begins with a timely keynote lecture by Professor Chris Husbands, Chair of the TEF panel.  This will be followed by a Faculty Forum in which each of our four faculties will respond to the conference theme by discussing the main challenges to consistency in their specific contexts.  This is a unique opportunity to make cross-disciplinary links and share solutions; we welcome an external voice.


The afternoon programme comprises more than 50 presentations from staff and students across the university, all aligned to the conference sub-themes.  It includes research papers, flipped workshops and posters which showcase some of the excellent work being carried out by Sheffield Hallam staff. A draft programme can be viewed on the conference website.


The conference is open to all SHU staff and collaborative partner institutions, but we have reserved a number of tickets for colleagues from other institutions.  There is a modest fee of £50 for external delegates.


To register for the event, please visit the Booking Page.  Registration will close on 23rd June 2017.


Please note that the conference team is editing the website on a daily basis to upload abstracts and information. 

Even if you are unable to join the conversation on the day there will be plenty of opportunities for you to engage with the conference.  Follow us on Twitter: @SHU_AcDev  #SHULT17







Dr Natasha Taylor SFHEA

Senior Lecturer in Academic Professional Development | Learning Enhancement and Academic Development | Sheffield Hallam University | Building Oneleven | City Campus | Howard Street | Sheffield S1 1WB | Tel: 0114 225 6662 | email: n.taylor@shu.ac.uk | @taylor_dr


Visit our webpage: https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/lead/



Monday, 15 May 2017

FW: Invitation to Student Engagement: National challenges, local solutions- 25th May 2017, Birmingham


Student Engagement: National challenges, local solutions


REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/2qNSnSU


Dear colleagues,


I am writing to encourage you to take up the offer of a free place to this exciting national conference being organised and hosted jointly by The Student Engagement Partnership and QAA.


Event date: 25 May 2017

Location: The Studio, Birmingham


About this event


In light of wholesale changes to the quality framework, the new higher education act and many other government directives and initiatives, this event sets out the challenges facing student engagement in the current policy climate and how they can be overcome. Plenary sessions and workshops will cover a wide range of areas: from sharing good practice to the provision of information; guidance to enable participants to be better informed about the landscape; and how best to overcome the challenges for maintaining the momentum of student engagement in higher education. Workshops will be presented by representatives from QAA, The Student Engagement Partnership (TSEP), NUS; Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Reading and Sheffield Hallam University; and Derby, Hull and Kent Students’ Unions.


Who should attend


This event will be relevant to colleagues from all UK HE providers and roles such as:

  • student engagement practitioners – SU staff, student voice managers, educational developers and support staff
  • academics with a remit for student engagement and developing learning and teaching enhancements
  • policy organisations with a remit for student engagement.
  • full time student representatives




QAA Subscribing institutions are entitled to two free places, one of which must go to a student representative or a staff member of the SU/student representative body. Additional places for subscribers can be purchased for £99 (subject to availability). We have reserved 15 places for non-subscribers, available for £300, which will be released on 18 May 2017.


To register for this event, please visit our booking site.




09:45-10:30  Registration opens, refreshments served


10:30-10:40  Welcome & opening remarks


10:45-11:40  First round of workshops, choose from:


Workshop A

Democratic Representation for a New Generation


Tania Struetzel

Hull University Union


Workshop B

TEF – How are Students’ Voices Heard?


Jamie Bennett

Liverpool John Moores


Workshop C

National policy changes, how did we get here and where are we going with student engagement?

Nona Buckley-Irvine



Workshop D

Contract cheating & ‘essay mills’: a national challenge with local solutions?


Hannah Sketchley & Ruth Burchell

National Union of Students &

Quality Assurance Agency



11:45-12:30  Plenary Session – a ‘fireside chat’ with:

  • Sorana Vieru, Vice-President (HE) of NUS
  • Luke Millard, Head, Centre for Excellence in Learning & Teaching, Birmingham City
  • Scott Farmer, Director & Lead Consultant, Temple Farmer Ltd
  • Hosted by: Maureen McLaughlin, Head of Universities & Standards at QAA


12.30-13.15 LUNCH 


13:20-14:15  Workshops, choose from:



Workshop A

Review, Rebuild, Refocus: Enhancing academic representation


Chris Mattinson

Kent Union


Workshop B

Fostering student initiated engagement with curriculum design


Lucy Chilvers

University of Brighton

Workshop C

Research into Action: Annual Student Voice Reports

Pete Crowson

Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union


Workshop D

An Evaluation Framework for Student Engagement


Ellie Russell & Hannah Goddard

The Student Engagement Partnership



14:15-15:00  Keynote speaker: Colin Bryson, Chair of the RAISE (Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement) Network & Director of the Combined Honours Centre, University of Newcastle.




15:20-16:10 Workshops, choose from:



Workshop A

The Power of Partnerships: using data collaboratively to enhance the student experience


Jennifer Barnes

University of Lincoln


Workshop B

PLanTs Keep Growing: The Partnership in Learning and Teaching (PLanT) scheme as a catalyst for cultural change.


Joy Collier & Cindy Becker

University of Reading


Workshop C

Representation and Partnership in the context of online students


Rowanne Walker

University of Derby  

Workshop D

Chapter B5 five years on, what’s next for the quality code for student engagement?

Ruth Burchell & Amy Spencer

Quality Assurance Agency


16:10-16:30 Closing Plenary


16:30            Conference closes


REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/2qNSnSU


I hope to see you in next week in Birmingham.


Best wishes,




Ellie Russell | Student Engagement & Partnership Manager
ellie.russell@nus.org.uk Phone: 07977 980 871

www.tsep.org.uk The Student Engagement Partnership
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