evasys at the DVC/PVC Network May 2023

Once again, evasys is the exclusive event sponsor of the upcoming DVC/PVC Network facilitated by Advance HE.

Taking place at The Hallam Conference Centre in London on 17th and 18th May, the DVC/PVC Network is an invitation-only network for Pro Vice-Chancellors, Vice Principals and Deputy Vice-Chancellors from universities across the UK and beyond.

DVC PVC Network May 2023 AdvanceHE
  • Date: 17 & 18 May 2023

  • Location: The Hallam Conference Centre,  London

  • Who: DVCs, PVCs and equivalent senior leaders

There are two events each academic year, proudly supported by evasys, with this second network focusing on student engagement post-pandemic, work-based and lifelong learning and the future for digital learning. The event features a diverse range of speakers from a host of higher education institutions and associated bodies.

Student engagement is a key theme

The DVC/PVC Network will see several sessions on the topic of student engagement, with the event details highlighting that the pandemic posed significant challenges for student engagement, particularly in relation to remote learning and isolation from peers and lecturers.

Speakers on this topic include Eve Lewis from sparqs, Dr Annie Hughes and Tamara Reid from Kingston University and Dr Harriet Dunbar-Morris from the University of Portsmouth. Presentations will address questions including how far student engagement has returned to pre-pandemic levels, and what the future is for student engagement.

Seek out the evasys team for their take on improving student engagement

Between them, this team have more than 50 years’ worth of experience working at the sharp end of student engagement across various UK universities, and this gives them an inside track on how robust course and module evaluation processes, as well as ad-hoc surveys, can create a positive impact on student experience.

As the leading provider of student insight and evaluation solutions within the HE sector in the UK, evasys partners with more than 60 institutions in the UK and Ireland, and over 1,000 worldwide. The company’s solution enables universities and colleges to streamline module evaluation and student surveys, whilst driving up response rates and helping to close the feedback loop – enhancing student engagement throughout.

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