Conference Presentations

Presentation slides for the 2013 conference are available, below.  You may also wish to view the final EDiNEB Final 2013 Conference Schedule.

Day 1

Keynote: Refining research for progressive practice in business education: How EDiNEB can pave the way, Wim Gijselaers, Maastricht University, and Rick Milter, Johns Hopkins University (pdf, 2.5 MB)

Workshop: Attributes and competencies for business academic professionals in the reality of an online world, Angela Lilley, Mike Phillips and Lin Smith, Open University Business School (pptx, 819 KB)

Workshop: How do we innovate in higher education?, Kristen Reid and Caroline Ramsey, Open University Business School (pptx, 183 KB)

Online collaboration skills in business education: A politeness theory perspective, Terry O’Sullivan, Open University Business School (ppt, 276 KB)

Reality check: The importance of learning about ‘Managing the unexpected’, Claudine SchWeber, University of Maryland (ppt, 250 KB)

Rhetoric to reality: Using innovation vouchers to drive sustainable value-adding business engagement, Chris Birch, University of Greenwich (pptx, 1.4 MB),

Developing an entrepreneurship simulation game, Haider Ali, Open University Business School (pptx, 6.9 MB)

Creating and distributing innovative knowledge within universities: Virtuous spiral or vicious circle?, Martin Rehm, Maastricht University, Amber Dailey-Herbert, Park University, Katerina Bohle-Carbonnel, Maastricht University, Karen Könings , Maastricht University (pptx, 4.5 MB)

Day 2

Competencies for collaboration: The future of problem-based learning online, Amber Dailey-Herbert, Park University, and Katerina Bohle-Carbonell, Maastricht University (prezi, available via link)

Informing course design in modern business education, Patrick Buckley, Elaine Doyle and Conor Carroll, University of Limerick (ppt, 681 KB)

Enhancing moral reasoning in tax: An educational intervention, Elaine Doyle, University of Limerick (ppt, 5.4 MB) * Best Paper Award

A new vision for executive education, Jacky Hinton and Sue Parr, Open University Business School (pptx, 238 KB)

Promoting functional maturity through skills development, Mike McCuddy, Valparaiso University (pptm, 267 KB)

Day 3

Workshop: Beyond Open CETL – Practice-based learning – Where are we now? An exploratory discussion paper, Raquel Perry, Open University Business School (ppt, 273 KB)

Evaluation of a new learning strategy through peer coaching and reflection for teaching staff, Roopa Nagori, Dice Consulting (ppt, 1.1 MB)

Other presentations will be uploaded as received.