UKAT’s free monthly webinars, Tutoring Matters, are designed to support all those engaged with personal tutoring and advising, whether that be as a practitioner, leader or in a related support role. They will also act as key professional development for those undertaking tutoring and advising roles. Facilitated by various key professionals associated with UKAT and collaborative in nature, the webinars will cover important issues for academic advising. 

If you would like to facilitate a webinar, please get in touch. We are also open to suggestions from members about topics they would like to see covered. To make a suggestion, or for any other queries regarding the webinars, please email webinar@ukat.uk. 

You can book onto the webinars and find out further information by clicking on the webinar titles below (booking will go live approximately one month before the webinar is due to take place).

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion within Advising & Tutoring – Research and Practice -  Thursday 22 October 2020, 14:00

Emily McIntosh (Middlesex University); Wendy Troxel (NACADA Research Center, Kansas State University)

This webinar will consider equality, diversity and inclusion within advising and tutoring, and the implications for future research and practice.  The session will be in three parts: (1) firstly, we will provide a brief overview of a content analysis project, led by the NACADA Research Center at Kansas State University, which considers the thematic profile of advising research, tying in this narrative with the overall student success landscape and reflecting on why EDI should become a dominant theme in future advising research and discourse;  (2) Secondly, as part of the content analysis research project, work has been completed to analyse EDI themes within the advising literature, the outcomes of which will be shared in this session and (3) Thirdly, we will reflect on work which needs to take place to improve EDI within advising and tutoring, reflecting on areas of research and practice which require further enquiry.  There will be time for questions and discussions following the presentation.

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