The closing date for the submission of abstracts is fast approaching for the School of Education’s 6th Annual Research Student Conference. PhD and Masters students are invited to submit an abstract by 31st March 2015. The conference will be held in the Sulgrave Building, School of Education, Park Campus, on Friday 26th June and Saturday 27th June 2015. Please see the call for papers post for more details on the conference and how to submit.
The closing date for the submission of abstracts is fast approaching for the School of Education’s 6th Annual Research Student Conference. PhD and Masters students are invited to submit an abstract by 31st March 2015. The conference will be held in the Sulgrave Building, School of Education, Park Campus, on Friday 26th June and Saturday 27th June 2015. Read the rest of this entry
Northampton’s Learning and Teaching Conference 2015 will take place on the 21st May 2015 in the Sunley Conference Centre at Park Campus. The Conference focuses on the theme of enhancing quality at Northampton: initiatives and perspectives on teaching, learning and assessment. The main keynote will be given by Prof Rhona Sharpe, Oxford Brookes University.
The Conference’s Call for Examples of Good Practice is now open until Friday 13 February 2015.
Registration for the Conference is now open.
Featuring a keynote address from Professor Charles Oppenheim, recently appointed Visiting Professor to LLS, the second biennial LLS conference will showcase the research activity that underpins our services. It will be packed with new ideas to inform teaching and learning pedagogy and to facilitate engagement with innovative technologies.
Recognising that people have many other calls on their time, this year we’d like to encourage academic colleagues to attend either part or all of the day.
“Northampton 2018: Planning, Designing and Delivering Student Success”
The University of Northampton’s Institute of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education is to host a one-day Learning and Teaching conference, entitled Northampton 2018: Planning, Designing and Delivering Student Success. The event will provide an opportunity to celebrate research from within the institution. Read the rest of this entry
Are you a Research Degree student in a social science discipline? Would you like to share your PhD experiences with others in a conference setting? If so, you might be interested in the 7th ENQUIRE Postgraduate Conference on 14th November 2014.
“4D Research: Early experiences of Designing, Debating, Doing and Disseminating Social Research” aims to bring together post-graduate researchers from a variety of disciplines to facilitate shared critical engagement with the various obstacles and opportunities of the PhD process.
For more information see the LTE blog post here.
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Are you a UN postgraduate research student? If so, you are invited to submit an abstract for the School of Education’s 5th Annual Research Student Conference, 27th & 28th June. The theme for the conference is ‘Researching Learning, Learning to Research’ and PhD students are invited to make presentations or posters about work pertaining to an educational theme.
Supervisors are also invited to report on their research in the form of posters.
Over the past century the study of English literature has undergone vast transformations, prompting academics and writers to re-evaluate the concept of the ‘canon’, examine practices of reading, and consider the cultural impact of texts and criticism.
This year’s UCL English Department graduate conference seeks to explore the nature of transformation and the many possible meanings this can hold for the wide diaspora of text production and consumption.
All PGR students are invited to submit papers for consideration. Please submit abstracts (max. 250 words) for 15 minute papers to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st April. For more information, visit http://ucl-transformations.tk/.