MBA, MCIPD, FHEA
Main Teaching Areas
Strategy, Management and Change at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Course Leader BA (Hons) Business Management
Long, L., Lloyd-Parkes, E. and Morgan, A. (2008) Changing Paradigms of Learning Designs Journal of the World Universities Forum, Vol 1 (2) pp.107-114
Jones, A., Jones, P. and Long, L. (2010) I Get Knocked Down But I Get Up Again, 33nd Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference, Grand Connaught Rooms, London, England, 2-4th November, Paper number: A24 ISBN: 1900862182.
Long, L., Parkes, L., Morgan, A and Van Zyl, L. (2009) Driving change in curriculum design and assessment in higher education; inclusivity by accidental design. The Sixteenth International Conference on Learning 1-4 July 2009, University of Barcelona, Barcelona.
Morgan, A., Lloyd-Parkes, E., and Long, L. (2009) Contemporary learning for contemporary roles: the contribution of themed, integrated assessment to graduate employability – A case of Coca-Cola. 4th Higher Education Academy-Business Management Accounting and Finance subject centre annual conference Engaging Employers. St Davidï¿½s Hotel Cardiff April 2009
Long L., Parkes, L., Morgan, A. and Snee, H. (2008) Changing Paradigms of Learning Designs; internationalizing the curriculum World Universities Forum 2008, Davos Switzerland. 31 Jan ï¿½ 3rd Feb
Morgan, A., Long L, Parkes L. and Snee, H. (2008) Business Studies degrees; Changing Paradigms of Learning Designs HEA-BMAF Edinburgh 28-30th April 2008
Parkes L., Morgan A. and Long L. (2008) Responding to the needs of a contemporary labour market; the relevance of curriculum design and assessment in higher education. International Conference on Education Research and Innovation (ICERI 2008). University of Madrid. 17-19th November 2008
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
External Examiner at University of Gloucestershire
Stakeholders, curriculum design and employability
Current Research Activity
Exploring the notion of employability within the curriculum
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