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Liverpool Business School

Ms Gwenda Mynott

Ms Gwenda Mynott

Telephone: 0151 231 3427


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

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

Conference publication

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

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

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

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

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 13/06/2018

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 12/06/2018

Retention: Policy and Practice, Learning, Teaching & Student Experience 2016, Aston University, Oral presentation 26/04/2016

Using participatory photography as an assessment method: the challenges., AHE Conference, Birmingham, Oral presentation 24/06/2015

External collaboration:, LIMES project, Edge Hill University


Fellow, HEA

Membership of professional bodies:

Fellow, HEA

Dip CIPR, MCIPR, Chartered Institute of Public Relations,

Research Grants Awarded:

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

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