Using social media and technology to improve the student experience

Covid-19 saw a rapid pivot to online learning & teaching. Here, seven business school educators explore how they've continued to embed social media and technology into their teaching to improve the student experience.

Contributors

  • Professor Robert MacIntosh, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Faculty of Business and Law, Northumbria University; Chair of the Chartered ABS
  • Dr Adam Shore CMBE, Director of School of Business and Management, Liverpool Business School; Chair of Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Committee, Chartered ABS
  • Professor Sally Everett CMBE, Vice Dean of Education, King’s Business School
  • Dr Cathy Minett-Smith CMBE, Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and Student Experience, Faculty of Business and Law, University of the West of England
  • Professor Gillian Armstrong MBE CMBE, Associate Dean (Development & Partnerships), Ulster University Business School
  • Dr Ann Parchment, Deputy Head of Department of Strategy and International Business, University of Surrey Business School
  • Professor Toby Watson CMBE, Deputy Executive Dean of Education, Durham University Business School

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