Are you interested in Technology Enhanced Learning in Higher Education?
The SOLSTICE e-Learning Conference which is held at Edge Hill University, focuses on the enhancement of student learning through evidence informed practices. This year’s SOLSTICE Conference will take place on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th June 2015.
This well-established conference is open to everyone working in further and higher education, both nationally and internationally. The conference includes keynote speeches, a choice of presentations and workshops, input from students and an exhibition area. It is an excellent opportunity for delegates to engage in debate, explore case studies of good practice and network with other delegates. Refreshments and lunch are included and if we are lucky with the weather again, deck chairs may also be provided too!
‘Early Bird’ prices available for registrations completed by Friday 10th April 2015.
Full conference (4th and 5th June 2015) = £300 including VAT
One day only = £150 each day.
We are inviting proposals for papers, workshops, demonstrations, presentations, short “PechaKucha” style presentations and posters which broadly align with the conference themes, or relate to other areas of effective practice. If you are considering submitting a proposal, please click here for further information and then submit your proposal via the electronic proposal form. The deadline for proposals is 4 pm on Friday 27th February 2015.
More information can be found on the conference website and please feel free to contact us.
We hope you can join us in June!
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Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLT)
Edge Hill University
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