Student Engagement Conference

You said, we did … now what?

Empowering the student voice, enhancing student engagement and harnessing the power of evaluation

Held on Thursday 19th October 2023 in London

you said we did now what student engagement conference 2023

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Danielle Thibodeau – Co-creation through scholarship

 S Fuller – Creative enquiry to empower student voice QMUL

L Taylor – Photovoice for advanced learning

A Qian – Motivating intl PGT students at UK business schools

G Salmon – Creating Student Engagement for the Future: Designs and Benefits

D Grey – Enhancing Student Engagement through structured Personal Tutoring

J Thomas – Developing a data-driven module enhancement service

S Leslie – Harnessing evaluation for data-driven decision making

E Chapman – Student Voice in its Many Colours

 H Lim and H MorganJones NSS Workshop_HMJ

S O’Reilly – Transforming Learning in the Irish TU Sector

G Knight & A Gagliardi – Engagement project

S Andrews & K Cuthbert – Co-creation from the ground up

P Gunasekera – Safe, Sustainable Student-led Community Engagement

Sharing knowledge and good practice with peers at the evasys student engagement conference

Higher education practitioners, students and industry bodies shared ideas and best practices around student engagement at the evasys Student Engagement Conference.

Practitioners from across the University sector shared their experiences and insights through presenting successful case studies, research projects, student-facing initiatives and embedded good practices.  

Conference themes

This dynamic and interactive conference showcased a diverse range of work, activities and creative practice from across the higher education sector.  The overarching themes of the conference were:

  • Empowering the student voice

  • Enhancing student engagement

  • Harnessing evaluation for data-driven decision making

  • Improving NSS and TEF outcomes

  • Exploring emerging trends and future direction of student evaluation

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  • Theme: Empowering the student voice, enhancing student engagement and harnessing the power of evaluation

  • This event has passed, it was held on Thursday 19th October

  • Location: The Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, University of London

  • Cost: There is no charge for this event

This event provided an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, learn from other practitioners and students, and engage in and contribute to insightful discussions around student voice, student engagement and student surveys.

Who attended:

Senior and middle leaders, Innovators and strategists, Academics, educators, tutors – all subject areas, Leaders, strategists, Learning designers, learning technologists and academic developers.

Conference Programme

Our programme on the day was packed with expert speakers covering a wide range of topics that impact student engagement and the student voice. Representatives from University of London, Advance HE, University of Plymouth, London Higher, Middlesex University, Swansea University and more will share knowledge and insights through keynotes, workshops, paper presentations and roundtables.

Speaker biographies

Keynote Speakers:

Professor Gilly Salmon ( Ph.D., PFHEA, NTF.)

CEO and Principal Consultant at Education Alchemists Ltd.

Professor Salmon is one of the world’s leading thinkers, researchers and practitioners in learning futures. She publishes, blogs & presents on pedagogical innovation and learning transformation. Her books ‘E-moderating’ & ‘E-tivities’ are considered seminal texts. Her ‘Carpe Diem’ learning design methodology is extensively deployed internationally. She has 30+ years of experience, in universities in UK, Europe and Australia. She has implemented significant educational changes. She is an Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, and Visiting Professor at the Universities of Law, Derby, and Edge Hill, in the UK.

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