Teaching and Learning Conference Round up 2012

28-29 March HEA student retention (York)

This two day residential conference is the final conference of the three year What works? student retention and success programme. It builds on the successful Retention Convention held in March 2010. The conference will provide key note addresses from leading experts in the field of student retention and success, findings from the What works? programme as a whole, evidence relating to specific student groups and interventions, practical tools developed by the project teams, and sessions about retention research and interventions from across the UK and beyond.

28-30 March BDRA’s Follow the Sun Conference Online conference

2-4th April “Learning Development in a digital age: emerging literacies and learning spaces” ALDinHE (Leeds)

Across the Learning Development community there is significant interest in the implications of an increasingly digital learning environment and its impact on the learning experience. The 2012 conference is an exciting opportunity to consider how we operate in a digital age:

  • how are new and emerging technologies changing learning and teaching?
  • how is our perception of academic literacies changing in response to this?
  • when, where and how is learning and teaching taking place?
  • what is the role of students as partners and facilitators of learning in a digital age?
  • what demands does this place on traditional learning spaces?

This conference is about more than just technology. The digital age offers opportunities for learning to take place in a multitude of spaces and modalities. As always the annual conference will represent the full range of interests and work of learning developers; we look forward to receiving proposals for workshops, case studies and snapshots of work in progress that address the conference theme in a variety of ways.

18-20 April The 7th Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference: Create, Connect, Collaborate: Learning in New Dimensions (Plymouth)

17-18 May SEDA Spring Conference Teaching, Learning and Assessment (Chester)

13-14th June SOLSTICE and CLTR Enhancing Learning, Teaching and Student Success – proposals open till 5th March

13-14th June 7th International Blended Learning Conference (Hertfordshire) – Call for Papers is open until Wednesday 29th February

The University of Hertfordshire’s Learning and Teaching Institute and
JISC Advance are delighted to announce their joint event, shaped around
the following themes:
• Changing and enhancing practices with digital literacies;
• Technology-enhanced assessment and feedback;
• Curriculum design;
• Open educational resources.

14-16 August International Conference of Learning: New Media, Multi-Modality, and Learning (London) – Call for papers open till 7th feb

4-6th September BERA annual conference, British Educational Research Association (Manchester)

11-13th September The 19th international conference of the Association for Learning Technology (Manchester) – Proposals open till 27th Feb

For an overview of more International eLearning conferences take a look at Tony Karrer’s excellent list on his blog eLearning Technology


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