As part of a Fusion profile, staff in FLIE maintain their research profile through collaborate initiatives with colleagues in BU and in the sector.
Some of the recent research activities involving FLIE staff are outlined below:
- Polkinghorne, M., Taylor, J. and Roushan, G., 2021. Continuous Improvement in Education: Understanding the Effectiveness of Our Business and Management Teaching. Business Management & Change, 19 (2), 4-19.
- (Accepted - awaiting publication). Holley D, Quinney A and Moran J. 2021. Building a values-based Community of Practice in Nursing Sciences during the Pandemic. The Compendium of Learning Design. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education.
- Polkinghorne, M., Roushan, G. and Taylor, J., 2020. Seeking an Educational Utopia: An Alternative Model for Evaluating Student Learning Gain. Further and Higher Education, 45 (6), 857-869.
- Stewart, N., Polkinghorne, M. and Devis-Rozental, C., Accepted. Implications of COVID-19 on Researcher Development: Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities. In: eds. Golam, J. and Morley, D., Agile Learning Environments Amid Disruption: Evaluating Academic Innovations in Higher Education During COVID-19. London, UK: Springer Nature.
- Polkinghorne, M. and Taylor, J., 2021. Recursive Abstraction Method for Analysing Qualitative Data. In: Buhalis, D., ed. Encyclopaedia of Tourism Management and Marketing. Advanced Online Publication. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
International conference presentations
- Polkinghorne, M., Leidner, S., Roushan, G. and Taylor, J. (Accepted). Evaluating student learning gain: What is the impact upon student learning resulting from the move to online teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic? In: 37th EBES Conference - Eurasian Business and Economics Society, 6-8 October 2021. Berlin.
- Polkinghorne, M., Roushan, G. and Taylor, J., 2021. Understanding student learning gain: using student-staff partnerships within Higher Education to inform the continuous improvement process. In: 36th EBES Conference - Eurasia Business and Economics Society, 1-3 July 2021. Istanbul.
- Polkinghorne, M., Taylor, J. and Roushan, G., 2020. Evaluating Student Learning Gain in Higher Education: A Poetic Consideration Based Upon the Teaching of Business and Management. In: WBM 2020 - Business Teaching & Pedagogy Online International Research Conference 10-24 September 2020 Online. USA: Western Business and Management Conference.
- Holley D, Goldsmith B and Quinney A. 2021. The mechanics of digital wellbeing: beyond google garage. Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education (ALDinHE). Learning Development Conference. Online. April 2021.
- Holley D and Quinney A. 2020. Reflections on transforming assessment and feedback: complexity and collaboration. Medway universities Creative and inclusive assessment conference. September 2020. Keynote.
Internal conference presentations
- McIntyre-Bhatty, T., Roushan, G. and Polkinghorne, M., 2021. Evaluating learning gain in student feedback. In: Fusion Learning Conference – Innovation and Excellent in the Pandemic. 28 Jun – 9 July 2021. Bournemouth.
- Thurston, J. and Polkinghorne, M., 2021. Students as researchers. In: Fusion Learning Conference – Innovation and Excellent in the Pandemic. 28 Jun – 9 July 2021. Bournemouth.
- Goldsmith B, Holley D and Quinney A. 2021. The mechanics of digital wellbeing: Beyond Google garage. Workshop at the Association of Learning Developers in Higher Education (ALDinHE) online conference. 7-9 April. https://aldcon.co.uk/programme/
- Hounsell D and Quinney A. 2021. Inclusive Assessment. Fusion Learning Conference. Bournemouth University. June 28th - July 8th.
- Quinney A. 2021. Transforming assessment: tools for change. Bournemouth University Fusion Learning Conference. June 28th -July 8th.
Areas of educational research projects
- Adoption of Animation, Simulation and Visualisation in curriculum
- Inclusivity, equity, social justice and allyship in higher education
- Consider how decision making within project management is taught.
- Investigate the impact of UN Sustainable Development Goal 4 (Quality Education) on projects being delivered by non-governmental organisation.
- Understand the role of PRSBs and how we can maximise the value of this relationship.
- Review the development of socio-intelligence across Level 0 (Level 3) cohorts of business students.
- Explore the impact of the move from face-to-face to on-line teaching based upon student’s perception of their own learning.