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Submit a workshop, research paper, PechaKucha presentation, poster or roundtable for LTSE 2019

Learning, Teaching & Student Experience (LTSE) is the UK's leading conference on business and management education. The collegiate atmosphere makes it an ideal opportunity for learning, idea-sharing, personal development and networking.

We are now accepting submissions for the 2019 conference and encourage all members of the Chartered ABS to get involved.

Why?

  • Demonstrate innovative teaching to colleagues from across the sector
  • Gather constructive feedback about a new research project, course or initiative
  • Share best practice in supporting student retention, attainment and progression
  • Refine your presentation and communication skills

How?

There are five types of submission that you can make for LTSE 2019 and each submission needs to reflect one of the ten conference themes. Please take a look at the submission types, the conference themes and the submission process and get your submission to us by Friday 25 January 2019.

Workshop

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Delivering a workshop is a great way of evidencing innovative teaching practice. Workshops tend to be most effective when they are interactive and have clearly articulated learning outcomes.

We encourage those who are submitting workshops to think about how they would use the time at their disposal (30min) in the most creative and engaging way.

Research paper

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Presenting a research paper is a valuable way of presenting the findings of a completed project or gaining feedback from the academy about an on-going piece of work.

Each presenter will be allocated 30min inclusive of Q&A and we encourage those submitting papers to highlight the unique and innovative aspects of the research project.

Poster

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Presenting a Poster is a valuable way of presenting a new piece of research, project or activity in a visually engaging manner.

Submit a poster proposal and get the opportunity to present to colleagues in a relaxed, informal session.

PechaKucha

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Delivering a PechaKucha presentation is not for the faint-hearted but can result in a powerful and compelling session. Launched at LTSE 2018 this format is now firmly on the agenda.

You have a rolling loop of 20 slides each displaying for just 20 seconds. That's 6 minutes 40 seconds to showcase a piece of research, an innovation in teaching, a student engagement initiative or something similar.

Roundtable

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Roundtable sessions offer opportunities for a more discursive exploration of research, project or teaching practice issues. This may well involve discussion of work in progress.

As the roundtable facilitator you will have 5-10min to outline the issue that you want to explore, including posing some preliminary questions to the group, and then there will be 20min for discussion. You will not be required to produce a presentation.

Each submission for LTSE 2019 should reflect one of the 10 conference themes:

1. Collaborating & engaging with employers

Working with employers from all sectors (industry, public sector, third sector) to deliver programmes that blend theory and practice in innovative ways.

2. Effective assessment & constructive feed-forward

Boosting student attainment and improving NSS scores by using new and inventive forms of assessment and feedback, and revitalising tried and tested methods.

3. Enriching learning through technology

Generating stimulating learning environments through the use of digital resources.

4. Interdisciplinary collaborations

Preparing students for today’s increasingly complex and interconnected would through delivering projects, collaborations and courses with other faculties and departments.

5. Learning beyond the classroom

Adding extra dimensions to the student experience through co-curricula programmes and extra-curricula activities.

6. Outside of the box education

Showcasing unique solutions that improve student retention, attainment and progression.

7. Personalised learning journeys

Improving student engagement by delivering personalised learning experiences to a diverse range of students

8. Developing enterprising, ethical and work-ready graduates

Preparing students for the changing world of work through enterprise education, responsible management education and employment-focused programmes.

9. Post-experience education

Responding to changing market conditions and learning styles to develop and deliver MBA’s, Masters, Executive Education and Apprenticeship programmes.

10. Research-informed teaching

Enhancing the relevance and impact of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes by incorporating cutting edge research into course design.

Points to consider before making a submission

  • Submissions should be made via the dedicated LTSE 2019 submissions website.
  • All submissions need to be received by Friday 25 January 2019. Submissions received after this date will not be considered for inclusion.
  • Each person involved in a submission should ensure that, should their submission be accepted, they are able to attend the conference. This may involve seeking approval from your institution that the costs of attendance (the conference ticket, travel and accommodation) can be covered.
  • Submissions must not be scheduled for presentation at another conference in three months before or after LTSE 2019
  • If the submission has been presented at a conference in the past there must be a significant development in the content. This is particularly important if it has been presented at LTSE in the past.
  • No author is to be involved in more than two submissions.

After you have completed your submission

  • Once the submission deadline has passed all submissions will be sent to the Submission Review Panels for review.
  • You will hear about whether or not your submission has been accepted for inclusion in the conference by Friday 8 February 2019.
  • Presenters are eligible for discounted rates to the conference. The Early Bird Discounts are applied on top of this. Early Bird Discounts expire on Friday 22 February 2019.
  • At least one author from each accepted submission must have registered to attend the conference by Friday 22 March 2019. If no author of an accepted submission has registered by this date then the submission will be withdrawn from the conference.
  • If your submission is accepted for the conference but you subsequently find that you cannot attend then please inform the Chartered ABS as promptly as possible.

If you have any questions then please contact Oliver Lowe.

Oliver Lowe
Head of Conferences & International
Chartered Association of Business Schools
Direct: +44 (0) 207 634 9581  Main: +44 (0) 207 236 7678
Email: oliver.lowe@charteredabs.org 

The 2019 Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference takes place at etc.venues in Manchester:

11 Portland Street
Manchester
M1 3HU

Presenters and participants are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements. Details of local and recommended hotels will be available soon.

Early Bird Discounts & Group Booking Discounts available

Chartered ABS Members

Not sure whether your institution is a member? Full list available here.

Full conference with Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £409
Single day without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £269
Full conference without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £389
Two participants for full conference and Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount (save 25% on the second place)  £719
Group booking: For groups of 3 or more participants (save 25% on each additional place)  Please contact us for a bespoke package

Non Members (higher education, public sector and third sector)

Full conference with Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £529
Single day without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £349
Full conference without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £509

Commercial organisations

Full conference with Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £769
Single day without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £519
Full conference without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £749

Presenters

The presenter rates will be available to book once the programmer has been finalised in January 2019.

Full conference with Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £309
Single day without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £199
Full conference without Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount  £289
Two participants for full conference and Gala Dinner - Early Bird Discount (save 25% on the second place)  £539
Group booking: For groups of 3 or more participants (save 25% on each additional place)  Please contact us for a bespoke package

Make a submission for LTSE 2019 here

Important notice:

Please remember to click 'submit' when you have completed the submission form. If you do not receive a submission confirmation email then please contact Oliver Lowe (oliver.lowe@charteredabs.org) to check that your submission was definitely submitted. Unless a submission is received through an online submission form it cannot be considered for inclusion in the conference.

  • Deadline for submissions: Friday 25 January 2019

  • Presenters

  • Roundtable overview

    Roundtable sessions offer opportunities for a more discursive exploration of research, project or teaching practice issues. This may well involve discussion of work in progress. As the roundtable facilitator you will have 5-10min to outline the issue that you want to explore, including posing some preliminary questions to the group, and then there will be 20min for discussion. You will not be required to produce a presentation.
  • Your roundtable idea.

    Your submission should be no more than 1,000 words.
  • This needs to detail the research, project or teaching practice issue that you want to cover and its significance
  • Is there a specific section of the academy for whom this session is likely to be particularly relevant?
  • For example: graphs, figures or tables.
  • Alternatively, please contact: Oliver Lowe Head of Conferences Chartered ABS +(0)2076349581 oliver.lowe@charteredabs.org
  • By completing your submission you are agreeing to our terms and conditions. The Chartered ABS can provide you with information relating to your submission and other Chartered ABS related products or services via email, direct mail, fax or telephone. Please click here for a copy of our full terms and conditions.

LTSE provided me with exposure to a diverse range of innovative approaches to teaching and learning, many of which are highly attractive and implementable in the setting where I work

Dr Giles Blackburne, Leeds University Business School

Buzzing, busy, a full and relevant agenda. Great atmosphere

Dr Keith Pond, Loughborough University, School of Business and Economics

A really friendly environment where you feel comfortable sharing ideas

Suzanne McCallum, University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School

"Thanks for getting us all together to share ideas, get re-inspired and kick-start new collaborations"

Dr Vikki Abusidualghoul, Warwick Business School

Would you prefer to attend LTSE 2019 as a delegate?

Bookings are open and Early Bird Discounts are available. Whether as a presenter or as a delegate please join us on 14-15 May in Manchester. A key date in the Chartered Association of Business Schools calendar, LTSE is an exceptional opportunity for learning, idea-sharing, personal development and networking. What's more it is a lot of fun.

If you have any questions then please contact Oliver Lowe.

Oliver Lowe
Head of Conferences & International
Chartered Association of Business Schools
Direct: +44 (0) 207 634 9581  Main: +44 (0) 207 236 7678
Email: oliver.lowe@charteredabs.org