How to Enable Students and
Staff Back to University
Access the on-demand webinar and hear from three key universities and experts as they share their knowledge on creating positive student experiences virtually.
There are currently many unknowns throughout the Higher Education sector, particularly when it comes to universities. The start of the new academic year is drawing closer and many universities have decided to offer majority virtual classes for the first year, with only 20% allowing part time on-site attendance. With all of these restrictions in place, how can universities ensure fee-paying students have a safe and positive return to university?
- How are universities able to support this new way of learning and still offer the right tools for students to participate in their chosen course, ensuring a positive experience of university?
- How do universities make this as frictionless and seamless as possible for the students?
- What will this mean for universities faced with increasing debt given the COVID-19 pandemic?
Register for this session to hear from two Russell Group universities (University of Liverpool and University of Southampton) and Ian Dunn from Coventry University, a pioneer in Student Experience for many universities. They'll be sharing their knowledge on ensuring a continued positive student experience, both virtually and on-site.
|9:30 - 9:45||Welcome & Introductions|
|9:45 - 10:05||Technology showcase|
|10:05 - 10:20||University of Liverpool|
|10:20 - 10:35||University of Southampton|
|10:35 - 10:50||Ian Dunn, Coventry University|
|10:50 - 11:00||Q&A and closing remarks|
Ian Dunn, Provost - Coventry University
As Provost for Coventry University Group, Ian takes responsibility for driving the highest standards of academic excellence and supporting the leadership of the Education & Student Experience, Research and Enterprise & Innovation pillars of the corporate strategy. Ian has worked at Coventry University since 1992, beginning as an academic in the Engineering Faculty and has subsequently taken many roles in Engineering and Computing before being appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor in 2010, Deputy Vice-Chancellor in 2013 and Provost in 2018.
Chris Bill, Lead Developer, ServiceNow Platform - Liverpool University
Chris has over 15 years’ experience working in the HE sector, this has included many roles within the Institution before finally joining his current role in 2011 within Registration and Support Services Team at the University of Liverpool. He is the lead developer of the University’s Service Management Platform, and plays a leading role in guiding the strategy for Service, Asset, Knowledge and Configuration Management across the Institution.
Mike Shaw, Head of IT Service Management - University of Southampton
Brett Moir, Head of Sales UKI - Engage ESM
With a career in sales spanning over the last 14 years, Brett has spent 7 of those specialising in IT Service Management and 5 of those focused on ServiceNow.
Sian Boland, Account Manager, Higher Education - Engage ESM
Since graduating from the University of Exeter in 2018, Sian has worked for Engage ESM for the last 2 years. Working within the UK&I Sales team, Sian looks after Engage ESM’s Higher Education customers to ensure that they are maximising their use of the ServiceNow platform.