Working better together: collaborations in student engagement
5th – 7th September 2018, Sheffield Hallam University
The annual conference for Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement (RAISE) is being held on 5th to 7th September. The call for papers is now live and proposals should be received by 28th February 2018.
The conference offers the opportunity to showcase practice and research and take part in lively discussion about student engagement and partnership. Staff in all roles, students, and others interested in university and college higher education are welcome to contribute.
For more details, visit the Call for Papers on the RAISE 18 website.
Proposals are invited for next year’s Enhancement Theme conference. Closing date 12th January 2018.
You can submit a proposal for a paper presentation, workshop or lightning talk on one of the 4 broad conference tracks:
- Navigating the data landscape
- Using qualitative and quantitative approaches to enhance student retention, attainment and employability
- Finding effective evidence for prompting student engagement in their learning
- Evaluating improvements in the student experience
For more information see the conference website
Our collegues in Stirling have just announced the Call for Papers for their annual Learning and Teaching conference ‘Seeing things differently: learning, teaching and assessment practices in higher education’, which will take place at the University of Stirling on April 18th 2018. The keynote address will be provided by Siân Bayne, Professor of Digital Education at the University of Edinburgh, and also Assistant Principal for Digital Education www.sianbayne.net
Please click on the link below for the Call and all additional information. The deadline for abstracts is the 20th December 2017.
This is always a worthwhile conference and we would encourage you to submit and/or attend!
Formulating excellence in inclusive learning, teaching and assessment practice: have we reached the tipping point in higher education?
Thursday 11 May 2017
Day Delegate Rate: £45.00
This conference presents an opportunity to discuss and learn about hands-on approaches to inclusive learning, teaching and assessment practices. Delegates will hear about cutting edge approaches to support and will have an opportunity to consider how they move ahead with implementation of inclusive principles in their own organisations.
More information and book a place
The University of Stiring has extended an invitation for external academics to attend its annual L & T conference. Subjects include student engagement, transitions and employability, and at only £35 for externals attendees, it will be well worth attending.
More information and registration here
Learning Through Collaboration, July 20-21st 2017, University of Sheffield.
Call for Contributions
There is significant evidence to suggest that collaborative teaching enhances the student learning experience; the conference team welcomes contributions from Teaching-Focussed Academics to share their practice and experiences of collaborative teaching.
Full information available here
The deadline for posters has been extended until 7th April.
This is a great opportunity to be part of the largest learning and teaching conference in the UK, which is taking place in Glasgow on the 6-8th June. You will be able to showcase examples of: institutional strategy; policy and practice work; projects addressing student engagement; and inter-institutional collaboration and developments in learning and teaching practice linked to enhancing the student experience.
More information from the conference website
Registration is now open for the International Higher Education Teaching & Learning Association’s conference taking place at the University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, 28th – 30th June 2017.
With keynote speakers including Professor Lorraine Stefani (University of Auckland) and Professor Mandla Makhanya, Principal, University of South Africa, this conference will explore new developments in inclusion and diversity in higher education from around the world.
More information here
Organised by PAMIS Scotland and the Research Centre for Transformative Change: Educational & Life Transitions, which is part of the University of Dundee, the first PITL (Promoting Inclusion, Transforming Lives) International Conference in June 2017 will attract more than 200 national and international delegates to Dundee and Angus for a 3 day conference. Abstracts are invited to be submitted by 31st January. Registration and more information available here.
The ALDinHE is holding next year’s conference in the University of Hull, and a call for papers has just been put out, with a proposal deadline of 28th November.
- The Impact and Evaluation of Learning Development
- The Teaching Excellence Framework
- Assessment and Feedback
- Collaboration in the Changing Environments
- Creative Cultures in Learning Development
For more information click here