Integrity Matters

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Integrity Matters is an interactive e-learning module designed to raise awareness of academic offences and offer strategies to avoid these.

Meet our Speakers

For this symposium we have gathered together a rich variety of students and professional experts to help explore the issue of integrity both in academia and in the professional context.


Panel Chairs

Celebrating your academic community

Andrew Sinclair, Academic Skills Tutor, Academic and Digital Skills 

Jules Mundair,  Academic Skills Tutor, Academic and Digital Skills 

Vik Chauhan, Academic Services Librarian, Academic and Digital Skills 

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Developing your academic voice

Andrew Day, Academic Services Librarian, Academic and Digital Skills 


Managing your time – what employers expect

Elena Moreno, Head of Employability and Education, Employability and Apprenticeships

How to use AI in your academic study

Peter Kargbo, Academic Skills Tutor, Academic and Digital Skills



Professor Jenny Marie, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education)

Professor Jenny Marie has a wealth of experience in shaping the curriculum and enhancing student experience. 

In addition to her role at the University, she is also Chair of the University Alliance’s PVC Teaching and Learning Network.

She is a National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of the HEA, with an international reputation for her expertise in the field of student partnership.

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Emma Pleasant, Head of Student Voice and Representation, Greenwich Students' Union

Emma and her team are responsible for amplifying students’ voice across Greenwich and ensuring that diverse voices are heard at all levels of decision making. Emma has worked in higher education for over 10 years in areas of student success, academic experience, retention and inclusivity. She has also completed various research projects on working-class education and culture.

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Dr Mike Alsford, Tutor and Academic, Academic and Digital Skills Team

I have taught in HE for over 30 years and have seen a great many changes. What is always a joy is to see students arriving at university a little unsure of themselves and lacking in confidence and then to see them develop their own unique voice. As an academic and a support tutor with the Academic and Digital Support Team I am privileged to see this process up close.


Laura Martin and Jason Plunkett, Directors, Bloom Creative Learning

We believe in digital learning and its power to drive change. So, what do we do and how do we do it?  

We are a full-service digital learning agency, which is a fancy (and humble) way of saying we can do it all. We work with our clients to figure out if and how digital learning can solve their business needs. From there, we collaborate with their team to create a bespoke learning solution that fits perfectly with the brand and technical environment to meet the needs of the business and learners. 

We like to think of ourselves (and behave as) an extension of our client’s team. We love getting to know our clients and tailoring our approach and ways of working to suit them and where they are on their exciting digital learning journey.


Jimmy Lo, University Learning Technologist, Academic and Learning Enhancement Team

My responsibilities include providing advice, guidance, continuing professional development (CPD), and support on the use of learning technologies, blended, and online learning at the University and partner institutions. I also explore, evaluate, and recommend learning technologies to enhance student learning and success. 

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