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Learning Enhancement and Development

Learning at City Conference 2017

The ninth annual Learning at City Conference took place on 21st June 2017.

The overall theme for the conference focused on Developing Theory into Practice in Higher Education Within this theme there were a range of sub-themes.

  • Sharing practices and approaches
  • Supporting student success
  • Working with others
  • Technology enhanced learning

The Conference gave participants an opportunity to exchange ideas, celebrate, promote and disseminate good practice in learning and teaching in higher education.

Conference Sessions, Keynotes and Posters

Click on the titles below to see the full abstract for each session and a link to any slides from the session

Keynote speech:
"Developing the Theory and Practice of Higher Education through Pedagogic Research"
Professor Debby Cotton

1A: Workshop - Reinventing the lecture: how student engagement and analytics can transform teaching delivery and learning outcomes

1B: Workshop - Strategies for enhancing learning and teaching focussed continuing professional development

1C: Workshop - Mainstreaming support: Reflective groups for speech and language therapists in training facilitated by counsellors

1E: Paper 1 - Enhancing learning materials to create a uniform VLE by moving away from PDFs, PPTs and DOCs; Paper 2 - Keeping it real: Transmedia for online legal education (View Paper 2 session slides)

1F: Paper 1 - Monitoring and mentoring: Utilising fitness bands and apps for healthcare students to experience self-management of physical activity levels.; Paper 2 - Interactive education for clinical supervisors to support student success (View Paper 2 session slides)

1I: Paper 1 - Including Emotions in Education; Paper 2 - Entrepreneurship Education and Graduates' Entrepreneurial Intentions: Entrepreneurship Education Pedagogies in Nigerian Universities (View Paper 2 session slides)

2A: Workshop - Close Encounters of the Emergent Kind: Exploring the educational potential of 360° video, 3D scanning and virtual reality (View session slides)

2B: Workshop - The Pedagogy Of Space: Using the Physical Space As A Learning and Teaching Tool (View session slides)

2C: Workshop - Streaming Knowledge Method (SKM) (View session slides)

2E: Paper 1 - Bringing Innovation to Management Education: Using the Inquiry-Based Learning Approach for Enhancing the Innovativeness of Management Students (View Paper 1 session slides); Paper 2 - Innovative Food Systems Teaching and Learning: Overcoming disciplinary and teaching silos to fix the food system (View Paper 2 session slides)

2F: Paper 1 - Does research-based practice work in supporting students? (View Paper 1 session slides); Paper 2 - Examining students’ attitudes towards online courses: a case study of digital distance learning across four continents

2G: Paper 1 - An innovative practical approach to research methods teaching addressing the open-science debate.; Paper 2 - Recycle, Repurpose, Reimagine: Using open resourced materials to enhance student’s learning experiences in research methods.

2H: Paper 1 - Sharing educational practice and promoting learning experiences within aviation training; Paper 2 - Learning to Fly

3A: Workshop - Making lectures interactive with a new, gamified, quiz and survey web app

3B: Workshop - Curriculum Excellence through ABC_LD (Arena Blended

3C: Workshop - Copyright, licensing and open practice in higher education (View session slides)

3E: Workshop - Online Discussion Forums: Planning and facilitating for good quality discussion

3F: Paper 1 - Implementing Case-Based learning: Hitches, Hurdles and Highlights (View Paper 1 session slides); Paper 2 - Using Moodle MyFeedback to view and compare assessment feedback (View Paper 2 session slides)

3G: Paper 1 - You Don’t Need Eyes to See, You Need Vision: Generating a technology enhanced learning environment to support students with vision impairment (View Paper 1 session slides); Paper 2 - Using online feedback technology to enhance academic literacy and support student success. (View paper 2 session slides)

3I: Paper 1 - Bridging the gap between clinical research and routine practice - the CommuniCATE Project

3J: Paper 1 - Small Data: Its importance in promoting learning engagement; Paper 2: Design for Flow : strategies for engaging students and integrating activities in Cass’s online Global Finance MSc

Poster 1:

Effective design for Academic Skills – Southampton Uni Library

Poster 2:

Connecting teaching and learning via technology

Poster 3:

Designing a structure and activities to support students’ Directed Independent Learning online

Poster 4:

Defining Quality Feedback in Healthcare Education

Poster 5:

Using Human factors Simulation and debriefing to enhance student learning

Poster 6:

Designing creative tools to support practical competencies and research methods

Poster 7:

Developing Inclusive Learning for student success: student led practice for PowerPoint slides and handouts

Poster 8:

Integrating Library Guides into the Teaching-Learning Process at City, University of London

Poster 9:

Integrating a Multi-Professional learning recipe into Non-Medical Prescribing.

Poster 10:

Analysis of students’ feedback to better understand their expectations of teaching

Poster 11:

Using open access peer-reviews and pre-printed submissions to improve students’ comprehension of academic writing.

Poster 12:

Student approaches to lecture capture: a case study at Cass Business School


Poster 13:

Making everyone's lives simpler! the implementation of MyProgress electronic portfolio software as an administration and monitoring tool in health education