Dr Victoria Jackson

Liverpool Business School

Dr Victoria Jackson is the Programme Leader for the MSc Management programmes within Liverpool Business School. Victoria teaches on the MSc Management programmes and her teaching interests align to Research Methods and Strategic Management. In addition to her Programme Leadership and teaching responsibilities, Victoria is also research active in the areas of student experience and success, pedagogy and employability, with a particular interest in international student perspectives.

Degrees

2013, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, PhD
2008, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methods for Business and Management
2003, Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom, MA Business Studies
2002, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, BSc Forensic Psychology

Academic appointments

Programme Leader, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, 2021 - present

Chapters

Jackson V, O'Brien V. 2021. Enhancing Indian MBA students’ employability through an experiential learning residential: an accessible and inclusive approach. Norton S, Dalrymple R. Employability: breaking the mould. A case study compendium. ISBN: 978-1-9163593-4-5 Advance HE Publisher Url

Journal article

Jackson V. 2014. Free coffee and cake! A retention initiative to promote first year business school students’ social interaction with their peers and staff. UCLan Journal of Pedagogic Research, 5 Publisher Url

Jackson V. 2013. The use of a social networking site with pre-enrolled Business School students to enhance their first year experience at university, and in doing so, improve retention Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 14 :25-41 DOI

Tariq VN, Jackson V. 2008. Biomathtutor: evaluation of a new multimedia e-learning resource to support mathematics in the biosciences International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 39 :1003-1021 DOI

Conference presentation:

Enhancing Indian MBA students’ employability through an experiential and inclusive learning residential: A study on student self-development outside of the classroom, Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Annual Conference, Oral presentation. 2020

Gendered attitudes towards experiential learning on the MBA, Chartered Association of Business Schools) Learning, Teaching & Student Experience conference, Oral presentation. 2019

Accounting Students’ Perceptions of a new Professional Skills Development Module, British Accounting and Finance Association Annual Conference (BAFA), Oral presentation. 2015

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