Evaluation of Lecture Capture (students and staff) - Closing on 23rd February

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 09:30

Are you a King's student currently studying towards an undergraduate or taught postgraduate qualification or a member of staff regularly lecturing here on such programmes with some experience of lecture capture? Would you like to tell us what you think about lecture capture and be entered into a prize draw for £100 amazon vouchers?

We recently conducted focus groups to better understand staff and students’ views on lecture capture and we are now seeking participants to complete a short anonymous online survey. We wanted to hear about your perception of lectures in comparison to other types of teaching, your current use of lecture capture, your views on the lecture capture policy here at King's, how you would like to see lecture capture used in future, and any training needs to have for lecture capture.

Shape the future – complete the NSS online now

Friday, February 9, 2018 - 12:30
Final year undergraduates are invited to take part and will be asked about their learning experience – what is going well and what could be improved. It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and all feedback will remain anonymous. The survey can be found at

Changes made in response to feedback are:

  • A Study Skills Centre at the Maughan Library
  • Major investments in Counselling and Well-being, including the Take Time Out campaigns 
  • Booking rooms free of charge
Further information can be found on King’s student survey webpage.

It Stops Here Training Academy

Monday, January 29, 2018 - 09:15

King’s launched the It Stops Here Campaign with KCLSU to outline the university’s zero-tolerance approach to sexual harassment and raise awareness, improve support and reporting procedures for survivors, and encourage everyone at King’s to challenge unacceptable behaviour or language whenever they see it.

To pledge to support the campaign, all students can take the Consent Matters course to help them understand sexual consent and promote positive change in the university community.

Staff are now able to take part in the It Stops Here Training Academy, an interactive online hub and comprehensive resource dedicated to harassment and sexual violence disclosure response training and resources for academic and professional services staff at King’s.

For all queries, please contact Susuana Amoah –