University of Lincoln
June 26th - 27th, 2013

Welcome to the conference hub

Student as Producer aims to establish research-engaged teaching and learning at an institutional level as the organising principle of the University and the basis for all curriculum development and review.

Student as Producer is funded by the Higher Education Academy through 2013.

To mark the end of the funded period of the project, we held a conference on the 26th and 27th of June 2013. This event provided an opportunity to showcase project activities and outcomes, as well as sharing the experiences of colleagues nationally and internationally who are engaged in similar work. At the core of this work lies the ambition to re-engineer the relationship between research and teaching, and between staff and students.

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Keynote Speakers Plenary Sessions

Philippa Levy

Professor Philippa Levy

Co-creating the university: student-staff partnerships in learning, teaching and research

Philippa Levy is Deputy Chief Executive (Academic Practice) at the Higher Education Academy. She leads strategy for the HEA’s support of learning and teaching development and innovation across the disciplines. She joined the HEA in 2012 from the University of Sheffield where she is still Professor of Higher Education Development

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Professor Stuart Hampton-Reeves

Professor Stuart Hampton-Reeves

The Play’s the Thing: The Pleasure of Research

Stuart Hampton-Reeves is Professor of Research-informed Teaching and Head of the Graduate Research School at the University of Central Lancashire and chair of the British Conference of Undergraduate Research. He is also Head of the British Shakespeare Association and publishes widely on Shakespeare in performance.

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Presentations and Workshops Breakout Sessions

Day One Wednesday 26th June
12:30pm

Registration & Lunch

EMMTEC, Brayford Campus

1:30pm

Welcome from the Project Director

Professor Mike Neary, Dean of Teaching & Learning at the University of Lincoln and Project Director for Student as Producer, will open the conference and introduce Student as Producer as a concept and an institutional strategy at the University of Lincoln.

Keynote: Co-creating the university: student-staff partnerships in learning, teaching and research

Professor Philippa Levy, Deputy Chief Executive (Academic Practice)

The Student Perspective

Dan Derricott, Student Engagement Officer, University of Lincoln

3:00pm

Coffee Break

3:15pm

Parallel Breakout Sessions 1 — view details

You can choose to attend 2 x 30 minute presentations or 1 x 60 minute workshop:

Two 30 minute presentations:
Sue Watling / Antonio Martinez-Arboleda
Jane Crofts / Doina Carter
Single 60 minute workshop:
Colin Bryson
Karin Crawford
4:30pm

Parallel Breakout Sessions 2 — view details

You can choose to attend 2 x 30 minute presentations or 1 x 60 minute workshop:

Two 30 minute presentations:
Sue Timmis / Duane Mellor
Jill Jameson / Jackie Brown
Martha Vahl / Marcin Kolakowski
Single 60 minute workshop:
Daniel Bishop
Jane Trowell
5:30pm – End of Day One
7:00pm

Conference Dinner

Join us for the evening as we enjoy Lincolnshire’s finest local produce in a fantastic city setting. Venue: Pink Room, The White Hart Hotel, Bailgate.

Day Two Thursday 27th June
8:30am

Registration

EMMTEC, Brayford Campus

9:00am

Student as Producer: The Institutional Perspective

Prof. Mike Neary, Director of Teacher & Learning, University of Lincoln

9:45am

Keynote 2: The Play’s the Thing: The Pleasure of Research

Prof. Stuart Hampton-Reeves, Professor of Research-informed Teaching, University of Central Lancashire

10:45am

Coffee Break

11:00am

Parallel Breakout Sessions 3 — view details

You can choose to attend 2 x 30 minute presentations or 1 x 60 minute workshop:

Two 30 minute presentations:
Helen Jones / Kevin Harris
Philip Johnson / Barry Ryan
Single 60 minute workshop:
Richard Scullion
Nicola Poole
12:10pm

Parallel Breakout Sessions 4 — view details

You can choose to attend 2 x 30 minute presentations or 1 x 60 minute workshop:

Two 30 minute presentations:
Daniel Bishop / Manny Madriaga
Dr Jane Williams / Katrina Bannigan
Sadie Hunt / Laura Heinonen
Single 60 minute workshop:
Kathrine Jensen
1:10pm

Lunch

EMMTEC, Brayford Campus

2:00pm

Panel: Taking Student as Producer Forward

3:00pm – End of Day Two