Conference Presentations

Julie Arthur & Don Johnston, Southern Cross University, Australia
Australian university staff data: A comparison of data collection and reporting

Yuraisha Chetty, University of South Africa (Unisa)
A practical support tool to tackle the language barrier at an open and distance learning university thereby supporting student learning and the student experience

Janet Cole & Nicholas Fernando, Kingston University, England
A socio-cognitive diagnostic framework to determine student’s academic stress

Louise Comerford Boyes, Ruth Lefever & Becka Colley, University of Bradford, England
Researching the Personal Academic Tutor Framework: what can institutions learn from stakeholder-centric research practices?

Richard Ennals & Melissa de Oliveira, Kingston University, England
Students’ Quality Circles in a Borderless World
(Poster presentation)

Nicholas Fernando & Janet Cole, Kingston University, England
Po Li Tan, King’s College London, England
Joao C Freitas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Live streaming of lectures for distributed learning

Adela Garcia-Aracil & Davinia Palomares-Montero, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Spain
A proposed methodology for comparing Higher Education Institutions

Mark Glynn & Richard Thorn, Institutes of Technology Ireland
Using technology to reach the student and meet government targets

Peter Hoekstra, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Helena Lim, HEIR network and Higher Education Academy, UK
Maura McGinn, University College Dublin, Ireland
Institutional Research in action: three cases and one round table conversation

Ann Irving Southampton, Solent University, England
Martin Read, University of Portsmouth, England
Facing the dilemmas in providing effective student feedback

Penny Jones, Tracy Goslar & Deborah Smith, University of Brighton, England
Streamlining the annual Academic Health monitoring process

Uta Landrock & René Krempkow, iFQ Bonn, Germany
Does size matter? An analysis of performance based funding in German medical universities

Linda Leach, Massey University, New Zealand
Enhancing student engagement: Institutional strategies from 'down under'

Helena Lim, Higher Education Academy, England
Geeks bearing gifts: unwrapping institutional research

Ruth Matheson, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Wales
A responsive university: Using student feedback to improve the student experience

Steve May & Michael Hill, Kingston University, England
Engaging with colleges to improve transition to university

Maura McGinn & Aine Galvin, University College Dublin, Ireland
The pros and cons of introducing a university-wide student feedback on modules system

Russell Rimmer, Queen Margaret University, Scotland
Muir Houston, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Simultaneity in student decision making and institutional data

Holly Rook, Kingston University, England
Student re-engagement with an innovative use of the Learning Management System (LMS)
(Poster presentation)

Duna Sabri & Shân Wareing, University of the Arts, London, England
The UK National Student Survey: Uses and abuses

Marie Stowell, University of Worcester, England
Harvey Woolf, University of Wolverhampton, England
Regulating student assessment: issues and dilemmas

Fiona Smyth, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Peter Cullen, Higher Education and Training Awards Council, Ireland
Assessing the impact of higher education on learners' skills: What have we learned?

Kate Thomas, UWE Bristol, England
Working on transition: Foundation degree to Honours year

Vangelis Tsiligiris, MBS College, Greece
EDUQUAL – Measuring cultural influence on students’ expectations and perceptions in cross-border Higher Education

Dion van Zyl, George Subotzky & Hanlie Liebenberg, University of South Africa
Student success: Challenges of meaningfully profiling a highly heterogeneous student body to inform effective interventions – the case of the University of South Africa

Shân Wareing & Duna Sabri, University of the Arts London, England
The research is only half the project: developing dissemination and change strategies for institutional research.

Richard Watermeyer, Cardiff University, Wales
Impact and the new production of knowledge

Karen Webber, The University of Georgia, United States
Faculty research productivity at US Institutions: The contribution of immigrant status and other select characteristics

James Williams, Birmingham City University, England
Taking the long view: what institutional student feedback surveys have shown us

Dates to remember

  • 7th March 2011
    Registration opens
  • 25th March 2011
    Notification of acceptance
  • 6th May 2011
    Early Bird registration ends
  • 3rd June 2011
    Final registration
  • 16th/17th June 2011
    Conference dates

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