University of Glasgow Learning & Teaching Conference 2016

University of Glasgow

Active student participation in learning, teaching and assessment

The 9th Annual University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching conference will take place on Tuesday 12th April 2016.

The higher education sector is witnessing rising interest in students and staff becoming partners in, and co-creators of,  learning, teaching and assessment. This Conference will focus on how active student participation can enhance learning and teaching experiences for students and staff.

External Delegate rate is £95

Registration:The programme, together with abstracts and the web booking form can be found at:


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HEA Scotland Symposium: Defining excellence in Scotland

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The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
11:00 – 16:30 Thursday 24 March 2016

HEA  Scotland invites staff from higher education institutions in Scotland to a one-day interactive symposium on defining excellence in Scotland.
Attendance is free for University of Dundee staff and students and will be of interest to those with responsibility for learning and teaching excellence including strategic leads, heads of department, lecturers and equality and diversity advisers.

UK Advising and Tutoring Conference

UK Advising and Tutoring

Exploration of Student Advising, Support and Guidance in the context of Student Success, Attainment and Retention

Date: Thursday 17th – Friday 18th March 2016

Venue:  Southampton Solent Conference Centre

This conference aims to explore the current trends and methods of student advice, support and guidance, consider the broader context of student success, attainment and retention, and promote the sharing of experiences and innovative practice. Read more
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Facilitating students and graduates in presenting themselves for the 21st Century

Abertay event 23rd March 2016

The University of Abertay, Wednesday 23 March 2016, 9.45-3.30pm

This seminar will be useful for any of our staff who have an interest in supporting students and graduates in presenting themselves effectively in a digital world.

The day will feature stimulus contributions and extended opportunities for developmental discussions on how we might support students in navigating the ‘digital frontier’ from start to finish.

Programme and booking forms available at: