Sessions from the Vice-Chancellor’s 15th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference

If you were unable to attend all or part of the Vice-Chancellor’s 15th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, or would like to revisit some the sessions, they are now viewable via Panopto (using your University username and password).

Sessions can be accessed through the links below.

Day one: Digital Learning Conference

  • Welcome – Professor Neil Witt, Head of Academic Support, Technology & InnovationUniversity of Plymouth 
  • Keynote 1: Learning Analytics – the good, the bad and the ugly, Shelia MacNeill, Senior Lecturer (Digital Learning), Glasgow Caledonian University

View the Welcome and the morning Keynote

  • Keynote 2: Who are our ‘digital’ students and what do they want from us? Helen Beetham, Consultant in Higher Education

View the afternoon Keynote

Day two

  • Welcome – Professor Julian Chaudhuri, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Plymouth
  • Keynote 1 – Co-creation and community in the student learning experience, Philippa Levy, Pro-Vice Chancellor Student Learning, University of Adelaide

View the Welcome and morning Keynote

Session A

  • Schwartz Rounds: Developing compassionate practice through inter-professional reflection. Glenda Cooper, Sarah Collier and Margaret Fisher
  • Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence. Kiersten Avery and Alison Robinson-Canham
  • What makes a difference in successfully developing and enhancing the impact of National Teaching Fellows within and beyond the institution? Susannah Quinsee & Stella Devitt-Jones

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Session B

  • How do we maximize graduate employment prospects? A. Ask the employers! Ken Kingston, S Gall, L Friedrich, G Glegg, S Ingram and T Scott
  • From graduate to employee: Inspiring and education other through the use of innovative filmed interviews with students and alumni. Ann-Marie Laffey & Babawande Sheba
  • A bespoke approach to course-specific employability challenges in the School of Psychology – bridging the gap between narrow vision and lack of breadth in career thinking. Claire Guy & Ed Symes

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Session E

  • Student Perceptions of the multi-disciplinary, collaborative learning in an Honors year Top-up programme. Laura West-Burnham
  • New student expects v university expects: can peer learning and mentoring help to align expectations? Carolyn Gentle
  • Engaging Student in the Learning: How we did it? Hisham Khalil, Gill Jones, Arunangsu Chatterjee, Mel Joyner & Cristian Watkins

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Session F

  • Profiles in Employability: The challenges of designing promising learning environments for the future. Alicja Syska
  • Public Service Collaboration and Educational Transformation in a Devolved, Neo-Liberal UK Market Place. Shaun Kershaw
  • ‘Triangulating’ the Student Experience: Internationalisation, Employability and Students as Co-Creators of Knowledge. Thomas Moore & Farhang Morady

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Afternoon Keynote

  • Keynote – Enhancing the Student experience with Intelligent Data – Mark Stubbs, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Plenary Discussion with Julian Chaudhuri, Pauline Kneale and Neil Witt

View the afternoon Keynote and Plenary Discussion

Session I

  • Lawyers and Doctors: delivering integrated interdisciplinary and Interprofessional learning for undergraduates. Pippa Trimble & Kerry Gilbert
  • Introspection and leadership – two professional development journeys in personal tutoring. Theresa Compton & Ricky Lowes
  • Developing a student-led child health clinic to enrich the curriculum; a feasibility study. R Carter, R Endacott, J Kelsey,R Reynolds & S Mortimer

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Session J

  • Threshold Concepts- Their Identification and Use in Interdisciplinary Practice. Charles Thornton & Patrick McMahon
  • Using gamification to promote active learning at early undergraduate levels. Dominika Lezon, Rupal Pattni & Babawande Sheba

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Session K

  • Supporting the Personal Development of Students. Helen Smith & Pippa Waller

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Session L 

  • A Public Involvement Strategy for Health Professions and Beyond. Sam Regan de Bere, Richard Ayres, Rebecca Baines Andrew Evenden Sally Hanks Ray Jones Hisham Khalil Lynn McCallum Vera Mitchell Beth Moran Jacqui Stedmon Barbara Vann Lyndsey Withers Kim Young Kim Young Jacqui Stedmon Beth Moran Jo Clements Tom Gale Lyndsey Withers Barbara Vann Rob Sneyd Trish Livesey & Vera Mitchel

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