Call for Submissions
The changing landscape of Higher Education, Wednesday 3 April 2019
The call for submissions is now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract. We will be confirming the programme over the coming weeks.
What session formats are available?
Workshops (50 minutes)
A hands on session to solve a problem, practice something new, showcase a method. Learning by doing. Choose a flat teaching space, or a PC cluster.
Presentations (15 minutes)
These will be chaired sessions, and grouped into themes where possible. There will be time for questions at the end.
Lightning talks (3 minutes)
A speedy way to introduce a new idea, share an approach, or ask a question. These will be grouped in themes where possible. There will be time for questions at the end.
Posters will be on display throughout the day. Poster presenters should be available by their poster to answer questions during the lunch break. Delegates will vote on their favourite and a prize will be awarded.
What themes will be explored at the conference?
This one day conference will explore the landscape of change under the following key themes:
- Supporting all students to fulfil their potential: This will incorporate innovations and effective practice around equality, diversity and inclusion; international students, accessibility, student wellbeing and student voice
- Education and research: How students benefit from studying in a research-intensive environment and professional practice
- Employability and engagement: Working with students as partners, and with partners in business, industry in the public sector, to provide educational experiences that allow our students to succeed and thrive in the new world of work being created by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (including how these experiences support the social impact, both locally and globally, of the considerations of widening participation and outreach)
- Technology enhanced learning: Using digital tools now and in the future to support flipped, blended and online learning and assessment and feedback
What are the key dates I need to know?