Gwenda Mynott

Liverpool Business School

Degrees

2011, PR Academy, United Kingdom, CIPR Diploma
2010, PR Academy, United Kingdom, CIPR Advanced Certificate
2008, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PG Cert Learning & Teaching in Higher Education

Academic appointments

External examiner, Business School, Open University, 2013 - 2015
Senior Lecturer, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, 2004 - present

Book review

Mynott G. 2019. Book Review of Dave Lochtie, Emily McIntosh, Andrew Stork and Ben Walker (2018) Effective Personal Tutoring in Higher Education Innovations in Practice, 13 :73-75 Publisher Url

Journal article

Mynott GJ. 2018. The academic self-concept of business and management students: A review of the literature International Journal of Management Education, 16 :515-523 DOI Author Url

Mynott GJ. 2016. Personal tutoring: positioning practice in relation to policy Innovations in Practice, 10 :103-112 Publisher Url Public Url

Conference publication

Mynott GJ, Bonser C. Using visual literacy in teaching and learning LILAC Publisher Url

Mynott GJ. What does learning look like? HEA Social Sciences: Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences Publisher Url

Mynott GJ. Skills for a visual future 19th Annual SEDA Conference Opportunities and challenges for academic development in a post-digital age Publisher Url

External committees:

Research Committee, UKAT, Committee member, https://www.ukat.ac.uk/community/research/research-committee/. 2022

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, UKAT, https://www.ukat.ac.uk/. 2022

Dip CIPR, MCIPR, Chartered Institute of Public Relations, http://www.cipr.co.uk/internal-member-directory/43237. 2010

Fellow, HEA.

Conference presentation:

Personal tutoring: exploring the gap between policy, practice and the experiences of students, UKAT Annual Conference 2022: Reimagining Personal Tutoring, Online, Oral presentation. 2022

An analysis of perceptions of personal tutoring in Liverpool Business School, Teaching and Learning Conference: The Changing Landscape of Higher Education, Liverpool John Moores University, Oral presentation. 2018

What does learning look like? Using visual research methods to investigate the academic self-concept of undergraduate business students, 6th LCSS PhD Methodology Conference, Brunel University London, Brunel Business School, Oral presentation. 2018

Retention: Policy and Practice, Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2016, Aston University, Oral presentation. 2016

Using participatory photography as an assessment method: the challenges., AHE Conference, Birmingham, Oral presentation. 2015

Research Grants Awarded:

Higher Education Authority, What does learning look like? Using participatory photography to explore student learning and to develop critical reflection skills, Grant value (£): £6,616, Duration of research project: until December 2014. 2013

LJMU Teaching and Learning Award, Is future employability an important issue for students enrolling on a Masters programme and do they think the course increases their transferrable skills?, Grant value (£): £2,000, Duration of research project: 2009-2010.

External collaboration:

http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/limes/CONTENT/customer_care.htm, LIMES project, Edge Hill University.

Fellowships:

Fellow, HEA.

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