Using Vevox for formative and mid-module feedback

Online Webinar

Session Title: “Using Vevox for formative and mid-module feedback.”

Wanting to learn how you can make your hybrid classes more engaging? Want to hear top tips, methods and success stories from educators at UK universities as to how they're overcoming the challenges of hybrid learning? 

Then join our monthly webinars where our guest speakers will be sharing their advice and showing you ways to boost student interaction to increase active learning and student success. 

These webinars will provide: 
  • Examples and stories of how Lecturers/Learning Technologists are overcoming the challenges of blended learning
  • Methods and tactics to improving student engagement and learning
  • An interactive Q&A for educators to share learnings and ask questions

Can't make the live dates? Register anyways and we'll ensure you get the recordings to watch it back. 

Guest Speaker - Laura Jenkins

Laura Jenkins
Dr Laura Jenkins – University Teacher in Psychology 

Laura is currently a University Teacher in Psychology at Loughborough University with over 10 years of teaching experience. She is a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol) with the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

Laura has held academic teaching positions at Northumbria University, Oxford Brookes University and the University of Strathclyde before moving to Loughborough in 2018. Throughout her teaching career, Laura has taught on and led numerous Psychology modules including cognition, statistics, personality and individual differences, biological psychology, questionnaire design, qualitative methods, development and social psychology. 

Laura uses Vevox during a range of teaching activities, including online and offline lectures, practical workshops and seminars. Laura has received very positive feedback from students about the use of Vevox and now plans to implement Vevox to facilitate mid-module feedback. She has used Vevox at both national and international conferences to make the sessions engaging and interactive for the audience. 

Event Details

  • Location
    Online Webinar
  • Date
    2pm, 23rd March 2023