Can data drive access & participation? How data can help higher education providers and partnerships meet their targets
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
This event will examine the range of data available regarding who participates and succeeds in HE and how it is and can be used to drive improvements in students outcomes. It will outline the different data sources available and identify their relevance and use to those with responsibility for access & participation in HE providers and partnerships. Delegates will gain a greater understanding of how data on participation, achievement and progression can enhance the impact their work in the area of widening access to HE.
Delegates will also hear new perspectives on assessing progress in widening access work at the institutional and national level with the launch of the new NEON report: ‘Hitting the Target: What Access and Participation Plans tell us about access to HE.’
- Alison Brunt, Head of Institutional Performance Measures, Data, Foresight and Analysis Directorate, Office for Students
- Carys Fisher, Senior Policy Executive, UCAS
- Eliza Kozman, Deputy Director (Research), TASO
- Dr Neil Harrison, Trustee, NNECL
- Margaret Greenfields, Professor of Social Policy and Community Engagement, Buckinghamshire New University
- Phil Dent, Director, SCiP Alliance
- Christine Broughan, Professor of Higher Education and Director of Curriculum 2025, Coventry University
- Dr Graeme Atherton, Director, NEON
- Sir Les Ebdon, ex Director of the Office for Fair Access and Chair of NEON
More information coming soon.
Membership organisation rate: £169 – 35% discount for members
Non-member organisation rate: £259
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Date: Wednesday 29 January
Time: 9.30am registration, 10am start until 4pm
Location: Birmingham, 8 minute walk from New Street Station