Presenter Dr Simon Lygo-Baker Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey
Dr Simon Lygo-Baker has run a series of ILTHE/HEA accredited programmes and is currently running a new academic development programme at Surrey. Simon provides guest sessions at a number of other institutions, has a role of Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin and speaks regularly at national and international conferences.
Thursday, 11th December 2014Seminar
"Academic development: conversations about impact and relevance"
Presented by: Dr Simon Lygo-Baker
Date and Time:Thursday,11th December 2014 1-2 pm
Venue: RoomFB3.11 CAPD, Francis Bancroft Building on the Mile End campus of Queen Mary University of London.
To register for this seminar please use this Eventbrite link or email the CAPD at email@example.com – lunch will be provided for those who book, so please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.
About the seminar:
Are HEA accredited programmes just hoops to clear, do they genuinely change practice? This seminar will open up debate about the real impact and relevance of academic development. It will raise questions and challenge the basis for certain aspects of academic development.
For further details, please visit the CAPD website.
If you have any further enquires please contact the Seminar Series co-ordinator: Dr Maxwell Addo (CAPD) firstname.lastname@example.org