GHWY’s Evidence and Impact Conference
- 3/100 Students
- 11 Lessons /0 Quizes
This conference is an opportunity to consolidate, share and reflect on our collective evidence base, enabling us to apply it to collaborative conversations about the value and application of data, theory and insight at a strategic and operational level.
On behalf of Go Higher West Yorkshire, we thank you for those that attended the Go Higher West Yorkshire Evidence and Impact Conference on Wednesday, 19 May.
The conference offered a packed agenda of presentations, workshops and discussions, centred around our three conference themes: community engagement, collaborative approaches to outreach, and working with groups under-represented in Higher Education (HE).
Keynote speakers included:
- Dr Eliza Kozman (Deputy Director, TASO) who will deliver a session on the evidence landscape for widening participation and the mission of TASO in relation to supporting evidence-based practice across the sector.
Professor Nick Emmel (University of Leeds) on the academic landscape for widening participation to HE and the value of a realist approach to evaluating this work.
Tracey Lancaster (Deputy VC, Leeds Beckett University) on the strategic landscape for evidence and impact across widening participation work.
You can browse through the conference recording below and comment at any point during the video to aid in discussions and collaborations.