Innovation and Transformation in HE Unlocking Learning
The focus of our Innovation and Transformation in Higher Education: Unlocking Learning conference was on unlocking learning and thinking to generate fresh ideas and collaborations for change.
Unlocking Learning provided delegates with an opportunity to take stock of progress on the efficiencies and transformation agenda, to understand the possibilities of the projects that went forward under the ITF scheme and to engage with others who were grappling with change and transformation. Above all, the event gave a chance for delegates to look at genuine opportunities for innovation, to network with and benchmark against others.
Please find below presentations and resources from the event.
Tuesday 13 November 2012:
Following the YELLOW BRICK ROAD no map but a destination, a tin man, a scarecrow and a lion - Pamela Baker, Strategic Development Programme Director, and Professor Jane Longmore, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Southampton Solent University
MIND THE GAP Insights and Future Innovations Arising From a Small - Dr Kathryn Waddington, Director of Interprofessional Practice Programmes, City University and Julie Lister, Lecturer in Human Resource Management, University of Westminster
Leading the development of academic practice - Ian Dunn, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Empowerment, Mark Holton, Head of Organisation Development and Learning and
Andrew Turner, Programme Manager, Academic Development, Coventry University
Hi Iam SAM How the Student Advisory Model Can enhance student services - Dr Simone Clarke, Director of Planning and Academic Administration and Ian Munton, Head of Student Support and Development Services, Keele University
Driving and improving academic staff performance through measurement and engagement - David Williams, Director of Human Resources and Sian Cushion, Deputy Director of Human Resources (Academic Registry), Swansea University
- Empowering programme leaders to unlock learning: choices, challenges, and changes - available by emailing Fiona-Jean Howson, Academic Development Advisor, Human Resources and Development; Undergraduate Programme Leader, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Care, Edinburgh Napier University
Attending to gossip The key to unlocking hidden knowledge about organisations and teams - Dr Kathryn Waddington, Director of Interprofessional Practice Programmes, City University
Wednesday 14 November 2012: