A fixture in the AUA calendar, the Managing Change in Higher Education Open Forum is an event for sector professionals interested in improving practice in HE change management. This year the focus will be on identifying the challenges facing the higher education sector and establishing our key tenets for success. Like past MCHE events, there will be a programme designed to provide delegates with knowledge transfer and case-study learning opportunities.
This year's HEA conference is focusing on improving the quality of teaching and learning in the age of the TEF. The conference will provide a platform for higher education professionals to share their experiences, ideas, research and good practice in a community of their peers and learn from internationally-respected speakers.
In a period of considerable uncertainty the UK education sector must adapt to a new landscape and maintain its position as a global leader. This event will encourage dialogue across the sector, promote partnerships and explore new and innovative ways to use technology to successfully face the current changes in the education system.
Middlesex University has boosted staff confidence, reduced mundane tasks and produced a better student experience, simply by improving their admissions system. Karolin Arvidsson sets out how they did it.
Meeting students’ expectations is becoming more important for universities. This blogpost by Clare Foyle and Jean Mutton explores what institutions are doing to engage students in influencing change projects in learning, teaching and professional services.
Like all service users, students have their stories of where their experience could have been improved. Jean Mutton presents some of the findings from a Jisc study seeking to identify these 'pain points'.