Key Contacts Conference 2010
Responding to Student Feedback and Raising NSS Scores
Wednesday 8 September 2010, 10.30am - 16.30pm
Merchant Venturers Building, University of Bristol
The Economics Network has established a network of Key Contacts throughout UK Higher Education Institutions. This event explores current issues in teaching and learning in economics and gives Key Contacts the opportunity to inform the national strategy for supporting economics education.
In 2010 the conference focused on Responding to Student Feedback and Raising NSS Scores, and included discussion sessions on Collecting Student Feedback from Module Evaluations; Student Feedback from the NSS and Economics Network Student Surveys; Using Student Feedback to Change Practice.
Notes and resources from the 2010 conference can be found here.
The 2009 event took place at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, before the Developments in Economics Education (DEE) conference. Sessions included "Improving your NSS scores", "Teaching and learning issues in economics departments" and "Using web2.0 technologies in your teaching."
At the 2008 Key Contacts meeting, the keynote speaker was Andy Ross of the Government Economic Service. Guy Judge (University of Portsmouth) blogged about the 2008 event.
The 2006 meeting took place on Thursday 25 May and Friday 26 May.