We had a fantastic first keynote speaker, Anthony Seldon, who spoke about the importance of connecting academic education with mental health and wellbeing, and talked about using digital technology to encourage inclusivity.
Christine Hockings also spoke, on student perspectives and experiences on independent learning, and the importance of creating a culture of independent learning among the student body.
There were a number of informative and interesting workshops, on inclusive learning and teaching, assessment and feedback for learning (facilitated by Will Thomas), towards graduate employability, and on scholarly and research-oriented teaching (facilitated by David Gill).
Here at the Suffolk Business School, we would like to thank Christine Smith and her team for all their hard work in putting together another thoroughly successful event. We look forward to next years!