Ennis, L., Tierney, A., Lucas, L., Logan, P., & Wright, G. (2018, October). Belonging to a learning community: staff perspectives. Presented at Evidence for Enhancement: The Challenge of Community and Belonging
The Faculty Learning Community (FLC) at Edinburgh Napier University is based on the Miami model developed by Milton D. Cox and seeks to explore the ways in which staff support...
Gray, A. (2018, April). Introducing 'Detective McLevy’s Casebook' and the Napier Big Read Campaign. Presented at Crime Fiction(s): Victorian and Neo-Victorian Narratives of Crime and Punishment, Edinburgh
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Skelton, F. (2018). Now conferencing but hardy and rewarding public engagement: Unplugged at the Fringe with the Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas. Cognitive Psychology Bulletin,
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Baverstock, A. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2017, July). Using shared reading to promote a sense of community – between 30,000 students, 10,000 staff and over 400+ miles. Presented at HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight, University of Manchester
Pre-arrival shared reading is currently flavour-of-the-month, with many universities actively considering involvement. How to frame the activity can be more contentious – shou...
Smith, S., Smith, C., Taylor-Smith, E., & Gemma, W. (2017, June). Taking education for granted: the role of placement in computing science. Presented at Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland
The importance of placements and internships was highlighted in the 2016 Shadbolt Review of Computer Science Degree Accreditation and Graduate Employability – indeed the secon...
Smith, S., Smith, C., Berg, T., & Bowen, T. (2017, June). Rich Pictures of the Future. Presented at Horizons in STEM Higher Education Conference, Edinburgh , Scotland
The acceleration of technological innovation means that higher education must prepare students for an unknown future like never before, and help them see their position in rel...
Ellis, V. (2016, July). The Changing Nature of Academic Work in the UK. Presented at 3rd ISA Forum of Scoiology - The Future We Want: global sociology and the struggles for a better world, Vienna, Austria
Although, seemingly involved in a perpetual process of ‘evolution’ universities, and those that work within them, have been subject to unprecedented change over the past twent...
Adamson, E. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2016, April). Enhancing assessment and feedback: using TESTA (Transforming the Experience of Students through Assessment) as a catalyst for change. Presented at SEDA Conference 2016, Carlton Hotel, Edinburgh
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Callister, D., & Douglas, T. (2015). Re-energising employability-Development of a 'Personal Selling Skills and the sales process' module within Edinburgh Napier UniversityBusiness School. Enhancement Themes Newsletter, 10,
Webster, B. & Adamson, E. (2015, June). TESTA - lessons learned. Presented at Learning, Teaching and Assessment Conference, Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus
Caddell, M. & Boyle, F. (2015, June). Making internships work: a practical workshop to getting started... and getting it right. Presented at QAA Enhancement Theme Conference, Edinburgh
Lambert, C., Webster, B. & Callister, D. (2015, May). Edinburgh Napier's graduate employability project: outcomes and impact. Presented at Scottish Funding Council Regional Showcase, Edinburgh
Buchanan, W. J. (2015, April). Promoting passion in an innovation and enterprise culture. Presented at Exploring 21st Century Organisational Culture: inclusivity, agility and innovation, Edinburgh
This presentation will show how organisations can encourage a culture of innovation and enterprise, including showcasing examples of good practice and how management styles ca...
Adamson, E. & Webster-Henderson, B. (2015, April). Innovation in assessment and feedback: enhancing the student experience. Presented at International Conference on Research in Education and Science, Antalya, Turkey
Robertson, S. (2015, February). Moodle on the Move
Recent shifts in technology have seen some writers question the value of tablet computers as phones becomes bigger, more powerful and their battery life improves: