Active and interactive learning – one day FREE seminar 17 November

This event aims to provide a platform for the sharing of innovation and effective current technology enhanced teaching, learning and research practices in education by considering how universities can inspire the next generation of professionals. The practitioners will have the opportunity to enhance their professional expertise by sharing their best practice approaches to design, implementation and evaluation of interactive learning environments which are based on the values of connection, collaboration and co-creation. Speakers include:

  • Prof John Fieldhouse (National Teaching Fellow, University of Huddersfield)
  • Dr Crinela Pislaru (Head of Pedagogical Research Group, University of Huddersfield)
  • Dr John Baruch (University of Bradford)
  • Dr Anthony Rossiter (University of Sheffield)
  • Hilary Thomas (JISC RSC North West, Lancaster)
  • Deborah Judah (JISC RSC Yorkshire, Leeds)

Organisers: School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield and School of Computing, Informatics and Media, University of Bradford.

Sponsor: Teaching and Learning Institute, University of Huddersfield

Venue: Lecture room CW2-17 (Canal West Building), University of Huddersfield

For registration to this free event please contact: Trish Moore – University of Huddersfield, Teaching and Learning Institute, Tel 01484 471576, Email tali@hud.ac.uk

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