The network's higher education research seminar series has hosts speakers from UK and international institutions and organisations, as well as from within the Kingston community.
Participants from across Kingston University took part in the first ever Educational Research Forum on 15 June 2012, organised by the Higher Education Policy and Practice (HEPP) research network, with the support of the Academic Development Centre. Read more
HEIR 2011 – Scanning the Horizons
This international conference took place at Kingston University on 16 and 17 June 2011, attracting more than 120 delegates. For further information about the conference, including the pre-conference workshop, please go to www.heir2011.org.uk where the conference papers will be published shortly.
Institutional research seminar
The first seminar of the Higher Education Institutional Research Network (HEIR) was held at Kingston University on 26 February 2009. The theme of the day, which was introduced by Professor Robin Middlehurst and chaired by Michael Hill, was engaging with the student experience through institutional research. The seminar was funded by the Academic Development Centre and organised by Steve May, Steve Woodfield and Marty Cronje.
The seminar included case studies from Kingston University and Roehampton University and a workshop on student feedback from Birmingham City University. It was attended by more than 50 delegates from UK and overseas institutions who clearly valued the opportunity to participate in discussions related to institutional research.