About the Proceedings
LJMU has a rich and continuous history of conferences and events organised at an institutional level. These have all had a key aim, to improve the students experience. This includes learning and teaching, academic skills as well as professional teams that support students throughout their learning journey. However, much of the research, innovation and practice has not been systematically archived. The proceedings will be used to create a space to record our staff and students efforts to improve the organisation. The proceedings was started in 2022 but may contain some details of earlier events. Each event in the proceedings has its own editorial board. If you are running an event that you believe it fits with the proceedings aims please contact us. We are looking for LJMU events that focus on the student experience in its widest context and is open for LJMU staff to attend.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content with no submission or publications fees. The content in this proceedings is published under a Creative Commons Licence that allows others to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of works in this proceedings or to use them for any other lawful purpose in accordance with the licence - please see individual items for full licence details.
Notice and Takedown Policy
If you are a rights holder and are concerned that you have found material in LJMU Open Journals which infringes UK law, please contact us by emailing email@example.com, stating the following:
- Your contact details and the reason for the withdrawal request, some examples are:
- Unauthorised use by reason of reproduction and/or making available the material
- Breach of moral right of [paternity/integrity/right not to have my work subjected to derogatory treatment]
- Other complaints, e.g. defamation, breach of confidence, data protection
- The full bibliographic details of the material and the full URL
- Proof that you are the rights holder or are an authorised representative.
Upon receipt of notification the ‘Notice and Takedown’ procedure is then invoked as follows:
- LJMU will acknowledge receipt of your complaint by email or letter and will make an initial assessment of the validity and plausibility of the complaint. We aim to acknowledge and assess the complaint within seven days of receipt.
- Where grounds for complaint are plausible, the material will be temporarily removed from public view in LJMU Open Journals pending an agreed solution.
- LJMU will contact the contributor who deposited the material, if relevant. The contributor will be notified that the material is subject to a complaint, under what allegations, and will be encouraged to assuage the complaints concerned.
- The complainant and the contributor will be encouraged to resolve the issue swiftly and amicably and to the satisfaction of both parties, with the following possible outcomes:
- The material is replaced on LJMU Open Journals unchanged.
- The material is replaced on LJMU Open Journals with changes.
- The material is permanently removed from LJMU Open Journals.
- In some cases a metadata record will remain. This will be on a case by case basis.
If the contributor and the complainant are unable to agree a solution from receipt of notification, the material will remain unavailable through LJMU Open Journals until a time when a resolution has been reached. It may be necessary for us to seek legal advice before the complaint can be fully resolved.