Tuesday, 17 February 2009

4th International Inquiring Pedagogies Conference

4th International Inquiring Pedagogies Conference

iPED 2009

'Researching Beyond Boundaries',

Academic Communities without Borders

14 - 15 September 2009, Coventry, UK


Please find attached a poster detailing arrangements for iPED 2009. It would be most helpful if you would copy, display and/or circulate it to your colleagues. 


Further information is available on our conference website: http://www.coventry.ac.uk/iped2009


I would also like to draw your attention to the following key dates:

  • The deadline for submission of Extended Abstracts and Full Papers is 5 April 2009
  • The Early-Bird Rate for delegate bookings ends on 30 June 2009


Proposals are welcomed in a range of formats - our website provides further details:

·             interactive poster

·             30 minute paper (i.e. 15-20 minute presentation plus questions)

·             PhD  Work-in-Progress Report to form part of a Critical Friend Forum

·             60 minute interactive session (e.g. workshop, panel, dialogue or debate)

·             90 minute symposium (comprising at least four registered participants managing a series of 15 minute related presentations plus at least 15 minutes of audience interaction)

·             virtual participation.


I am pleased to confirm that our programme will include:

Monday 14 September 2009

o   Dr Etienne Wenger, USA                      Scene-Setting Plenary: ‘Learning in a landscape of practice: communities and boundaries’.

o   Dr Etienne Wenger, USA                                      Large Group Workshop:  Communities of practice: a social discipline of learning’

Tuesday 15 September 2009

o   Student Panel                                       Breaking Boundaries and Borders in Higher Education

o   Prof Maggi Savin-Baden, UK              Keynote: 'Researching on the edge: working at the borders of ‘real’ and ‘immersive’ spaces

o   Prof David Young,  UK:                        Closing Plenary

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