‌EduExe2018

EduExe2018 was held at the Penryn Campus on 4th May from 9:15-16:00. Over 170 delegates came together to celebrate the Education Incubator and explore topics broadly aligned to its three main themes: success for all, impacts of digital technology on learning and teaching, and education innovation.

For more details please visit the new web pages at https://as.exeter.ac.uk/tqae/eduexe2018/.

University of Exeter

Education Conference 5th May 2017

Framing Excellence: The Exeter TEF/REF Journey

Friday 5th May 2017

10:30 - 15:30, Streatham Campus, Building One, Streatham Court, and Xfi

The University of Exeter's annual education conference offers colleagues a chance to celebrate and reflect on a range of education-related activities in our research-intensive context, and to share best practice across the institution.

The event is designed for anyone who engages with teaching or teaching support activities at the University of Exeter--including lecturers, researchers, professional services staff, mentors, tutors, supervisors, and students. Through a combination of plenaries, short presentations, interactive workshops, poster sessions, and opportunities for informal chatting and networking, the conference will facilitate discussion and collaboration among a wide range of colleagues.

 

Programme: The day will include:

  • Opening address by Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), featuring Professor Nick Talbot, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Impact)
  • Celebration of education achievements in the 2016-17 academic year
  • Two breakout sessions featuring 6 workshops and 12 presentations
  • A poster and exhibition session
  • Closing address by Professor Janice Kay, Provost and Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor
  • Free catered lunch
Outside Xfi Henderson LT 10:30-11:00 Registration
Xfi Henderson LT 10:30-10:45

Welcome

Xfi Henderson LT 10:45-11:15

Opening address

Professor Tim Quine

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education), 

feat. Professor Nick Talbot

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Impact)

Xfi Henderson LT 11:15-11:30

Celebration of education achievements

Outside Xfi Henderson LT 11.30-11.45

Coffee and comfort break

TBA (Building One / Streatham Court/ Xfi) 11:45-12:45 Breakout session 1 (see below for more information)
Streatham Court corridor (outside seminar rooms) 12:45-13:45

Lunch and poster session

TBA (Building One / Streatham Court/ Xfi)

13:45-14:45

Breakout session 2 (see below for more information)

Xfi Henderson LT 14:45-15:30

Closing address

Professor Janice Kay

Provost, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Please see the Conference 2017 programme for more detailed information on breakout sessions.

To access summaries and resources from this conference, please visit the ASPIRE ELE page.

Capturing Cornwall 

24th October 2016 

The Synergy Between Education & Research

Monday 24th October 2016 - A one day event running from 09.30 – 14.45 on the Penryn campus 

Aim: to showcase examples of the synergy between education and research across the Cornwall campus and, in so doing, to build collaborative relationships across disciplines on the Cornwall Campus.

Outcome: Inspirational best practice shared across the institution; identification of case studies for illustration on Education Strategy Web-Site; synthesis of evidence of the distinctive value of education in a research-intensive environment for potential publication; supportive, mutually-beneficial relationships developed across disciplines at Cornwall.

Participants: All Cornwall Campus academics and professional services; FXU; Dilly Fung from UCL

Format: One day event running from 09:30 – 14.45 on the Penryn campus.

Location: Daphne Du Maurier Lecture Theatre B and Daphne Du Maurier Seminar Room N.

Programme for the day: 

09.30

Coffee 

Daphne Du Maurier Seminar Room N.

09.50 – 10.00

Welcome

Daphne Du Maurier Lecture Theatre B

 

An introduction to the day and setting the scene – Dave Hodgson (Professor of Ecology and CLES Associate Dean for Education)

10.00 – 10.45

Keynote Speaker 

Professor Dilly Fung (Professor of Higher Education Development and Academic Director of the UCL Centre for Advancing Learning and Teaching)

 

"Revisiting ‘good’ education: towards a Connected Curriculum"
10.45 - 11.30

Session 1: Degree Programmes of the Future (presentations and forum)

Mike Dobson (Director, Flexible Combined Honours), Nicola Whyte (Director of Education, History), Owen Thomas (Politics), Richard Cochrane (Director of Education, Renewables)

11.30 - 12.30

Session 2: Innovative Use of Technology in Inquiry-led Learning

  • Using social media to engage and assess students – Kate Leyshon (Geography)
  • Technology to support inquiry-led learning – Steph Comley (TEL lead Penryn)
  • The growth of analytics in higher education – Chris Laing (Biosciences)
12.30 – 13.00

Buffet lunch 

13.00 – 14.00

Session 3: Students as Partners

  • How to lead a student focus group – Rob Plastow (CEMPS Education Business Partner), Margalida Ortega, Joshua Sorono, David Whitehead (3rd/4th year Renewables students)
  • Student-led initiatives – Kelly Moyes (Biosciences), Celine Gamble (MSc student), Amber Nichols (Employability GBP).
  • Closing the feedback loop – Tom Murray-Richards (FXU Exeter President) & Grace Fisher (Communication and Marketing and former FXU Exeter President)
14.00 – 14.30

Plenary Panel – The Teaching Excellence Framework 

Dave Hodgson, Dilly Fung, Richard Cochrane

14.30 – 14.45

Closing message from Dave Hodgson

Keynote - Professor Dilly Fung

Revisiting ‘good’ education: towards a Connected Curriculum

As we develop student education, how do we know that we’re improving it and not just changing it? How are we, explicitly or tacitly, characterising ‘good’ education, both in the disciplines and across the institution? And how can we build on the synergies between our research and teaching, within and beyond our departments, to enhance students’ learning and even enrich our research?

In this session we will draw on the field of philosophical hermeneutics (Gadamer 2004; Fairfield ed. 2012) to explore these questions, and consider the relationship between education, research, scholarship and values: what is at the heart of the academic mission? Is the purpose of higher education to provide individuals with what they need to succeed in a competitive world, or is it advancing ‘the global common good’ (UNESCO 2015)?

Considering issues of academic freedom for both academics and students (Macfarlane 2012), we will then look at new possibilities for values-based curriculum design, using UCL’s Connected Curriculum initiative to stimulate ideas that can be applied locally. Connected Curriculum (Fung 2015, Fung forthcoming) takes a distinctive approach to research-based education. Exploring its benefits and some examples of its application at UCL and beyond, we will also consider barriers to educational change, including the need to reward and promote staff who commit time and expertise to education and education leadership (Fung and Gordon 2016).

We will finish with time for questions and comments: how relevant are these issues and approaches for staff and students on the Cornwall Campuses?

References

Fairfield, Paul. (ed.) 2012. Education, Dialogue and Hermeneutics. London: Continnuum-3PL.

Fung, Dilly. 2015. UCL Connected Curriculum: A Distinctive Approach to Research-based Education: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/teaching-learning/connected-curriculum/CC_Brochure__for_online_viewing_.pdf

Fung, Dilly. Forthcoming. A Connected Curriculum for Higher Education. London: UCL Press.

Fung, Dilly and Claire Gordon. 2016. Rewarding Educators and Education Leaders in Research-Intensive Institutions. York UK: HE Academy: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/sites/default/files/rewarding_educators_and_education_leaders.pdf

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There is no need to book to attend the Capturing Cornwall symposium, and you can attend all or part of the event, but please e mail Academic Development academicdevelopment@exeter.ac.uk by 5pm Monday 17th October to let us know you are attending for catering purposes.    

 Further information about Research Inspired Inquiry Led Learning (RIILL) is available here

University of Exeter

Education Conference 4th May 2016

The Synergy Between Education & Research

Wednesday 4th May 2016

10:00 - 16:00, Streatham Campus, Building One & Xfi

Main theme: Research Inspired Inquiry Led Learning (RIILL) and associated assessment practices.  Further information about RIILL is available here.

All colleagues are invited to the University of Exeter's Education Conference 2016. The main focus of the day will be on the synergies between research and education (Strategic Aim 3 of our Education Strategy) and their implications for assessment. The Conference provides an opportunity for the University community to share and develop education practice, learn, and work together.

 

Please click here to download the Delegate Pack


Aim: 
To showcase examples of the synergy between education and research from across the University and beyond. 

Outcome: Inspirational best practice shared across the institution; Identification of case studies for illustration on Education Strategy website; Synthesis of evidence of the distinctive value of education in a research-intensive environment for potential publication.

Context: The Green Paper Higher education: teaching excellence, social mobility and student choice published in November 2015 by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills signals an implicit move to separate education and research and introduces plans for a Teaching Excellence Framework for Higher Education. In this context, we face a challenge to define 'excellent education' in the context of research-intensive universities and to construct a compelling narrative for the synergy between education and research. This conference represents an opportunity for all to contribute to the development of that narrative.

Programme: The day will include:

  • Opening address by Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education),
  • Celebration of colleagues accredited by ASPIRE and the HEA for teaching and supporting learners,
  • 5 min Pop-up oral presentations in the plenary sessions,
  • 30 min Break-out sessions (workshops, seminars and discussions) running in parallel before and after lunch,
  • Posters
  • Plenary panel with members of the Education Executive,
  • Lunch and refreshments!
Xfi Building 09.30– 10.00 Coffee and Registration
Xfi Henderson LT 10.10 – 10.15

Welcome


Kate Hellman SFHEA

Head of Academic Development, Director of ASPIRE
  10.15 – 10.35

Opening Address

 

Professor Tim Quine

Deputy Vice Chancellor [Education]
  10.40 – 11.30

Pop-Up Presentations (5 mins each)

 

Followed by Q&A
Xfi Henderson LT 11.30 – 11.45

Celebration of Awards: PCAP; ASPIRE Fellowship; LTHE

 

Professor Tim Quine

Deputy Vice Chancellor [Education]
Xfi Seminar rooms A & B 11.45 – 12.00 Coffee Break
Building One & Xfi 12.05 – 12.40

Breakout Session A

(teaching and supporting learning workshops, seminars and discussions)
Xfi Conference Rooms 1 & 2

12.45 – 13.45

Lunch and Posters Exhibition

Posters

Exhibition Stands
Building One & Xfi 13.50 – 14.25

Breakout Session B

(teaching and supporting learning workshops, seminars and discussions)
Building One & Xfi 14.30 – 15.00

Breakout Session C

(teaching and supporting learning workshops, seminars and discussions)
Henderson LT Xfi 15.10 – 15.50 Plenary Panel: The Added Value of Education in a Research Intensive Institution
GUILD Teaching Award Nominees for Research Inspired Teaching and Others
  15.50 – 16.00

Closing Address

Professor Tim Quine

Deputy Vice Chancellor [Education]

To access summaries, resources and clips from this conference, please visit the ASPIRE ELE page.

ASPIRE Academic Practice Seminars 2015-12

The ASPIRE Academic Practice Seminars are a series of lunchtime discussions offering opportunities to network with University colleagues. Exploring constructive, realistic and innovative solutions to the challenges of teaching in higher education, come along to share experiences, ideas and examples of good practice.

Seminars will run from 13:00 to 14:00 across both Exeter and Cornwall campuses wherever possible. There is no need to book, please feel free to bring along your own refreshments.

To access summaries, resources and clips from seminars held in 2015-16, please visit the ASPIRE ELE page.  

Summer Term 2016 

DateTime 

Locations (video

conference location)

Seminar TitleLead

Fri 27/05/06

09:00-17:00

Streatham Campus:

XFi Henderson LT

Peer Programme Training Event

 

This event is open to all staff and any student that is or would like to be involved with peer programmes. 

 

The training will address setting up an effective programme, the requirements needed to result in appropriate benefits for all,  programme structure and organisation considerations, implementation and evaluation strategies, etc.

 

The training will be delivered by Marcia Ody who set up the National PASS Centre at Manchester and ran the national Peer Programme Supervisors training centre. This training is normally approx. £800 per person, however the central team is able to fund a limited number of places for this on-site training so please take advantage of this one-off opportunity. We will promote it to external institutions  once Exeter staff and students have had an opportunity to sign up.

 

Sign up will be via the Career Zone: https://mycareerzone.exeter.ac.uk/students/events/detail/410133.  If anyone is unable to access the career zone sign up area they can let me know (A.J.Pocklington@exeter.ac.uk) and I will add them to the registration list.

Amanda Pocklington

Spring Term 2016 

DateTime 

Locations (video

conference location)

Seminar TitleLead

Mon 18/01/16

13:00-14:00

Streatham:

Northcote House,

John Usher 

(Penryn: Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 6)

Research-inspired Education: Research-Education Synergy

 

Tim will outline key themes in the recent Green Paper, Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice and the associated plans for a Teaching Excellence Framework. Implicit in the Green Paper is a growing separation of research and education and it is clear that as a sector, we need to make the case for education-research synergy especially in research-intensive Universities. In this context, Tim will invite discussion of Aim 3 of the University’s Education Strategy, Research-Inspired Inquiry-Led Learning (RILL). (http://www.exeter.ac.uk/about/vision/educationstrategy/aims/research-inspiredinquiry-ledlearning/aim3/ ) Tim will use examples from across the University to introduce the five facets that are considered integral to a distinctive Exeter conception of RILL:

 

  1. Education at the Research Frontier
  2. Student as Research Apprentices
  3. Education as Investment in Research
  4. Research-Education Collaboration in the 4th Age of Research
  5. Education Practice Informed by Research

Tim Quine 

Mon 08/02/16

13:00-14:00

Streatham: Old

Library, Seminar

Room A/B

(Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 6)

Career Advancement via LinkedIn

 

Stanley has worked as researcher in the third biggest credit card portfolio which was acquired by Bank of America from Advanta Bank. He has been teaching Derivatives and Fixed Income for the last two decades, the last nine years in University of Exeter Business School, before that at the College of William and Mary, Drexel University and Bentley University. He has been ranked by The Economist Intelligence Unit as one of the top 25 business professors in the world who most "inspired, challenged and guided students through their business education" and nominated for the EIU's 2013 Business Professor of the Year Award.


Stanley is using LinkedIn to create an online community for Exeter Business School students and alumni that helps his current and former students find jobs, attract talent for their employers, connect with potential new business partners, start businesses, or otherwise enhance their careers and business lives.

 

Stanley will explain how he lights the fire for his students to use LinkedIn and join the community of Exeter Alumni who are helping each other succeed.

 

To access summaries and resources from this seminar, please visit our ASPIRE Events ELE page.

Stanley Gyoshev

Mon 29/02/16

13:00-14:00

Streatham: Old

Library, Seminar

Room A/B

(Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 6)

Multidisciplinary Curriculum

 

The promotion of multidisciplinary learning is one of the aims of the University’s Education Strategy (http://www.exeter.ac.uk/about/vision/educationstrategy/aims/multi-disciplinarylearningforglobalchallenges/) but learning from more than one discipline as part of a programme takes various forms.  

 

This seminar will explore some of the different ways in which multidisciplinary learning can be embedded within programmes, and provide an opportunity to discuss both the challenges and benefits of such an approach.

Sarah Hamilton

Fri 04/03/16

13:00-14:00

Streatham:

Northcote House,

John Usher 

(Penryn: Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 5)

Effective Learning Analytics: Empowering Students and Staff

 

The Effective Learning Analytics Project aims to enhance our capacity to support and stimulate all our students to achieve their potential. We will take data we currently possess and present it as a visual ‘dashboard’ for students to monitor their own academic progress. Similar individual and cohort dashboards for tutors and support staff will provide you with a powerful decision support tool.

 

Come along to find out more how analytics can help you and to discuss the some of the challenges and opportunities arising from this exciting project.

Sue Milward

Mon 14/03/16

13:00-14:00

Streatham: Old

Library, Seminar

Room A/B

(Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 6)

 

Teaching Seminars to Culturally Diverse Students: Strategies for Fostering Interaction and Participation

 

Teaching seminars to culturally diverse students has always been a challenge, where language proficiency is one factor among many others to be addressed. In this session, I explore additional factors (such as cultural background, previous learning styles, critical thinking, wait-time and eye contact) that affect international students’ interaction and participation in seminars. In addition, I discuss strategies that can be used to create a more active learning environment, where students participate in discussions and engage in deep learning.

Aurel Kucani

Tue 22/03/16

13:00-14:00

Steatham: 

Northcote House,

John Usher

(Penryn: Peter Lanyon,

Seminar Room 9)

Liminality and Symbolic Monsters in Undergraduate Education

 

In this session, I explore the potential of liminal spaces to open up possibilities for learning, by exploring ways to encounter and articulate the monstrous in the learning experience.  After exploring the implications of theoretical understandings of the monstrous for education and practice, I show how encouraging students to mould their own ‘learning monsters’ helps them articulate the challenges associated with learning.  I show how I use this process to help students from leadership studies modules articulate fears about leadership theory, becoming a leader, and dealing with leadership’s ‘shadow side’.  Modelling monsters is shown to be useful to students looking to develop their understanding of theory and practice, and to educators seeking innovative, alternative techniques to examine the chaotic art, experience, and embodiment of learning.

Beverley Hawkins

 Mon

11/04/16

10:00-15:00

Streatham: Old Library, 134

Inclusive Pedagogy for Widening Participation (Student-Generated Induction: A Social Identity Approach)

 

This workshop will cover the themes of Widening Participation and the concept of Student Generated induction. The workshop is hosted by Exeter University and will be delivered by Nick Bowskill.

 

Inclusive Pedagogy for Widening Participation. This area of the workshop will be looking at how a concept of inclusive pedagogy fits ideas to do with widening participation and will explore the ways in which diversity, inclusion and belonging might impact the re-design of current practice in the areas of learning, teaching and research.

 

Student-Generated Induction: A Social Identity Approach. The workshop will also explore the concepts related to Student Generated Induction. This will address Students as Partners in the process of University Inductions; this can be achieved by breaking the concept down by college or discipline. 

 

Lunch will be provided. The workshop is open to internal and external colleagues of the University  The cost for external colleagues is £95. There are a limited number of places available on the workshop; please sign up here: http://goo.gl/forms/aR2SAaU6Wz

Dr Nicholas Bowskill

 Autumn Term 2015

DateTime

Locations (video

conference location)

Seminar TitleLead

Thur 12/11/15

13:00-   14:00

Streatham: Old

Library, Seminar

Room A/B

(Penryn: Du Maurier,

Seminar Room I)

Ask the Expert: Student as a Confident Individual

 

In this seminar, Maria Rosaria discussed how she uses the ‘Ask the Expert’ learning technique to develop her students’ engagement and understanding of material. For one day, students become the experts on a specific topic, learning from their peers through a game. With students becoming the ‘experts’ on a specific topic, Maria Rosaria discussed how this encourages her students to become independent thinkers and confident individuals.

 

To access summaries and resources from this seminar, please visit our ASPIRE Events ELE page.

Maria Rosaria Marsico

Thur 19/11/15

13:00-   14:00

Streatham:

Northcote

House, John

Usher (Penryn:

Du Maurier,

Seminar Room I)

Peer Mentoring

 

Due to the positive accounts reported in both America and the UK of peer learning projects in relation to retention, student performance in assessment and the development of communities of learning, this seminar will explore the issue of peer mentoring. In summarising the experiences educators from the Innovative Educators webinar on "The Power of Peer Mentorships", this seminar provided a space to further examine and discuss peer mentoring in order to explore how it may be best utilised to enhance higher education.

 
To access summaries and resources from this seminar, please visit our ASPIRE Events ELE page.

Amanda Pocklington and Rob Plastow

Mon 23/11/15

13:00-14:00

Streatham:

Northcote House,

John Usher 

(Penryn: Peter

Lanyon, Seminar

Room 6)

The Teacher/Student Relationship: Expectations and Responsibilities

 

In the seminar, Fiona shared ways of engaging students in dialogue about their own learning, in particular using personal and fictional story to highlight the tasks, challenges and triumphs of the learning journey.

To access resources from this seminar, please visit our ASPIRE Events ELE page.

Fiona Macbeth

Mon 07/12/15

13:00-14:00

Streatham:

Northcote House,

John Usher 

(Penryn: Du

Maurier, Seminar

Room D)

Using Prezi in Education

 

In this seminar, Hanny, a Technology Champion, discussed Prezi the zooming presentation software, and explored how it can be used by students and staff across the University. 

 

Attendees were also encouraged to create a free Prezi Educational account at http://prezi.com/signup/edu/enjoy prior to the workshop.


To access resources from this seminar, please visit our ASPIRE Events ELE page.

Hanny Yeung


Previous Years: 2014-15, 2013-14, 2012-13

To access summaries, resources and clips from sessions held during the 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic years, please visit the ASPIRE ELE page.   

Previous Academic Practice Events (2012-14)‌ have been an important source of support, networking and development for colleagues who teach and/or support students’ learning at the University of Exeter. These events have provided a stimulus for enhanced teaching practice.

ASPIRE Symposium 2013

Dialogue and Courage

Through the Symposium, colleagues from a wide range of Higher Education institutions celebrated and shared their practice in relation to the professional development of staff who teach and support students’ learning. There was a great buzz and energy to the day with around 120 colleagues from 56 different Higher Education Institutions joining the conversations. We were keen for this to be a truly collaborative and creative event that would inform and inspire us as we move into the next academic year.

Key Themes:

  1. Development and successful implementation of accredited PD schemes for staff who teach and/or support students’ learning
  2. Practices, experiences and development of those who take on leadership roles in relation to learning and teaching
  3. Institutional practices in relation to reward, recognition and promotion of those who have a teaching role 

ASPIRE Symposium Delegate Pack 

Keynote Speakers:

  1. ‌ Dr Dilly Fung, Director of ASPIRE  
  2. Promoting professional development in the UK and internationally Dr Jeanne Keay, Assistant Director and Head of International Strategy, HEA
  3. Recognition, reward and career progression: a report from the HEA Benchmarking Project on Promotions Policies and Processes Professor Stephen McHanwell, University of Newcastle 

Breakout Sessions:

A2 Building reflective teaching communities : opportunities and challenges
Dr Lucy Spowart and Deborah Shenton, Plymouth University

A3 Embedding the ASPIRE CPD framework at Exeter : creating change one conversation at a time
Dr Karen Mattick, University of Exeter Medical School and Dr Karen Leslie, Education Quality and Enhancement

A4 Using e-portfolios and professional conversations to evidence recognition claims
Vicky Davies and Dr Sarah Floyd, University of Ulster

Ulster Guidance for Assessors

Ulster Indicative Questions for Applicants

A5 The challenges of supporting, capturing and evidencing informal and ad hoc development activities
Dr Lisa Hayes, University of Bedfordshire

B1 CPD Frameworks as cultural Change Agents: Life at the front line 
Ann Meredith and Alison Stewart, Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham Trent PowerPoint

B2 ULTRA: the development and implementation of a CPD Framework in a research-intensive University and Achieving an institutional vision for CPD for teaching and Learning staff : recent experiences from Reading
Dr Janis McIntyre, University of Liverpool, Clare McCullagh and Dr Nina Brooke, University of Reading

CPD Framework advice - Liverpool and Reading

Liverpool - Reading PowerPoint

B3 External oversight of institutional frameworks linked to the UKPSF
Dr Ian G. Giles, University of Southampton

B4 Gaining Fellowship of the HEA : the value of an e-portfolio as a thinking space 
Mandy Asghar, York St John University

York St John PowerPoint

B5 Supporting choices in development for probationary and experienced staff who teach and support student learning
Dr Matthew Williamson, Queen Mary, University of London

Queen Mary - University of London PowerPoint

C1 Recognition, reward and career progression: a report from the HEA Benchmarking Project on Promotions Policies and Processes
Professor Annette Cashmore, University of Leicester University, Dr Chris Cane, University of Leicester, Professor Stephen McHanwell, Newcastle University

C2 Recognising and developing leaders in teaching and learning : what can you learn from our experiences at the University of Manchester? 
Professor Steven Pryjmachuk and Dr Judy Williams, University of Manchester

C3 The challenges and benefits of awarding Senior and Principal Fellowships
Dr Barrie Cooper and Dr Dilly Fung

Acknowledgements:

The ASPIRE Symposium Team would like to thank:

for Welcoming Colleagues to Exeter Professor : Trevor Bailey

our MC for the day : Dr Barrie Cooper

Keynote speakers : Dr Dilly Fung, Dr Jeanne Keay, Professor Stephen McHanwell

Breakout Session presenters : Dr Lucy Spowart, Deborah Shenton, Vicky Davies, Dr Sarah Floyd, Dr Lisa Hayes, Ann Meredith, Alison Stewart, Dr Janis McIntyre, Clare McCullagh, Dr Nina Brooke, Dr Ian Giles, Mandy Asghar, Dr Matthew Williamson, Professor Stephen McHanwell, Professor Steven Pryjmachuk and Dr Judy Williams

Plenary Panel members : Sandy Cope, Dr Jeanne Keay, Professor Stephen McHanwell, Professor Jonathan Gosling, Professor Janice Kay

Education Quality and Enhancement Team membersDr Antony Aleksiev, Charlotte Anderson, Jackie Bagnall, Rachel Canter, Marge Clarke, Kellie Cox, Kate Hellman, Sarah McCarthy, Rich Osborne, Stuart Redhead, Harriet Sjerps-Jones, Dr Simon Tapper, Kate Tyler, Dr Oli Webb

ASPIRE Symposium Team 13th September 2013 : Dr Dilly Fung, Dr Karen Leslie, Tara Studholme-Lyons, James Gregory

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The ASPIRE Symposium was sponsored by the Higher Education Academy and took place in the Xfi Building, part of the Business School on the University of Exeter Streatham campus