Research Paper Sessions – Embedding Change

This presentation of research and evidence based papers was chaired by Dr Ian Bruff.  Joanna Papageorgiou, from the Research Team at UCAS presented “What can the UCAS ‘tick box’ tell us about the progression of applicants who have been in care?”; Katherine Hewlett, In Curriculum Development Director from the University of Westminster and Chris Lowthorpe, InCurriculum Unit Leader from Norwich University College of the Arts presented “InCurriculum ~ Developing and inclusive curriculum in Higher Education; Richard Huggins from Oxford Brookes, Liz Marr from Manchester Metropolitan University and David Woodman from Roehampton University Collaborative Partnerships Office presented “Unreasonable Adjustments? Lessons from Internationalisation”; and Sue Hatt and Jim tate from the University of the West of England presented “Aimhigher and the FE College; strategic synergy?”.  Copies of the extracts from these presentation can be found on the blog.

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  1. I have just completed my dissertation on change management in Higher Education and found that there is a mixed review as to how tutors feel about the changes to the way in which students are taught. Some want it to be just about education in the traditional manner; whereas others are open to considering the wider community. Though it is fair to say that most tutors I interviewed are caring and consider the needs of their students. Most tutors in Metropolitan Universities tend to consider and have open door policies to address the needs of students and the role of personal tutor is invaluable.

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