Dr Karen Lipsedge – Presenter at #ALDCon21
Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021
Presenter: Dr Karen Lipsedge
Institution: Kingston University London
Dr Karen Lipsedge is an Associate Professor in English Literature at Kingston University, and her research focuses on eighteenth-century domestic space, interiors, the relationship between objects and people, and the novel.
Karen is also part of the Directorate for Student Achievement team at KU, where she works as a Senior Adviser for Teaching and Learning. Her portfolio includes, leading the Writing and Oral Skills (WOS) Project and the KU Reading Group. She is also an academic contact for KU’s Harassment Scheme, the Chair of the NEON BAME Learner’s group, and recently helped to set up the KU BAME Staff Network. If you would like to find out more about Karen’s work and how she can work with you and your colleagues, please do not hesitate to contact her on K.Lipsedge@Kingston.ac.uk
Lipsedge, K. (2021) Let’s Talk about Race: Exploring race, culture and identity through literature. Workshop presented at the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021, Online.
Lipsedge, K., Kelly, A. and Mulrooney, H. (2021) Let’s work together – exploring students’ perception of their roles as Student Ambassadors and/or Course Representatives, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Paper presented at the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021, Online.