The Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2023

4th-6th July @ Keele University, Staffordshire, UK

Join evasys at the 2023 Teaching and Learning Conference

We are delighted to once again be one of the main sponsors for the AdvanceHE Teaching and Learning Conference 2023.

The event takes place at Keele University from 4th-6th July and is themed around ‘Shaping the future of HE’. Teaching and learning within higher education is an area of continual change, with staff, students and institutions still developing and evolving as we emerge from the pandemic.  This conference will focus on how the future of HE teaching and learning can be shaped worldwide, with delegates encouraged to share insights and best practice on the work going on in their own institutions.

Dr Helena Lim and Glenda Saint John

Dr Helena Lim and Glenda Saint John from evasys will be on-hand throughout the conference to offer guidance on the role that survey and evaluation processes can play in enhancing the student experience, capturing the student voice, student engagement and student success.

AdvanceHE Teaching and learning Conference 2023
  • Date: 4th – 6th July 2023

  • Location: Keele University, Staffordshire, UK

  • Who: HE practitioners involved in all aspects of HE teaching and learning

About the Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference 2023

Taking place over three days, this year’s Teaching and Learning Conference will focus on shaping the future of higher education, broken down into various themes:

  • Challenging the norm

  • Education for sustainable development

  • Flexible teaching and learning

  • Inclusive teaching

  • Staff-student curriculum co-creation

  • Engagement – students, employers, community and alumni

  • Immersive learning experiences

Delegates will include teaching practitioners across a range of roles including heads of departments, academic programme leaders and developers, lecturers, academic and support staff and learning technologists.

Get the evasys take on managing student voice

A robust evaluation process is a key component in capturing and responding to the student voice, and also provides a consistent touchpoint to help academic staff with continual enhancement in teaching and learning practice.

Head to the evasys sponsor booth and chat with Helena and Glenda about best practice for streamlining and enhancing your institution’s approach to surveys and evaluation, between them they have decades of experience in capturing student insights and letting students know they’ve been heard.

And don’t miss Helena’s session ‘Seen and not heard? Responding to the student voice by closing the feedback loop’ on Day 3 of the conference.

Taking place in room D3.4.5b from 3.20 pm until 4.20 pm, Helena’s session will focus on using the evaluation process to complete the feedback loop with students, improve student engagement and ensure that students are not only seen, but also heard.

We hope to see you there!

If you’re not attending this event and would like a general chat around the benefits of evasys survey and evaluation software, please contact us.