Professor Judith Petts
Professor Judith Petts

Plymouth University 15th Vice-Chancellor's Teaching and Learning Conference 2017.

This year the event took place over two days with day one focusing on digital learning followed by the broad ranging themes of teaching and learning taking place on day two.

Digital learning - 29th June 2017

Key themes of the first day included:

  • Art of the Possible
  • Student Expectations
  • Alignment of Learning – Flipped Classroom
  • Strategic Opportunities / staff and student ideas
  • Policy

Keynote 1Learning Analytics – the good, the bad and the ugly, Shelia MacNeill, Senior Lecturer (Digital Learning), Glasgow Caledonian University

    View the Welcome and the morning Keynote

    Keynote 2: Who are our ‘digital’ students and what do they want from us? Helen Beetham, Consultant in Higher Education

      View the afternoon Keynote

      Teaching and Learning: Enhancing the student experience (30 June 2017)

      Day two presented high-quality papers, interactive workshops and poster displays showcasing the research of leading academics and practitioners in teaching and learning, covering a broad range of key themes:

      • Employability in the Curriculum
      • Transitions
      • Interdisciplinary Practice
      • The Challenge of Assessing Impact
      • Innovative Developments in the Curriculum
      Morning Keynote

      • Welcome – Professor Julian Chaudhuri, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Plymouth
      • Keynote 1 – Co-creation and community in the student learning experience, Philippa Levy, Pro-Vice Chancellor Student Learning, University of Adelaide

      View the Welcome and morning Keynote

      Afternoon Keynote

      • Keynote – Enhancing the Student experience with Intelligent Data – Mark Stubbs, Manchester Metropolitan University
      • Plenary Discussion with Julian Chaudhuri, Pauline Kneale and Neil Witt

      View the afternoon Keynote and Plenary Discussion