Call for papers open for teaching and learning conferences
The HEA is delighted to announce four two-day teaching and learning enhancement conferences for Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Health and Social Care, and STEM disciplines.
The call for papers, workshops and poster submissions is now open, and we welcome submissions from all HEA Fellows and National Teaching Fellows on the following themes:
- embedding employability
- exploring innovative teaching and learning practice
Contributions should be grounded in your current work (teaching or research) which help us to better understand what supports great teaching and learning in your discipline or subject area.
More information is available by following the links below, or by downloading the call for papers documents on this page.
- Social Science conference, 3–4 December 2015, Manchester
- STEM conference, 28–29 January 2016, Nottingham
- Health and Social Care conference, 24–25 February 2016, Glasgow
- Arts and Humanities conference, 3–4 March 2016, venue tbc
Bookings for the conferences will open shortly but you can register your interest now by following the links on each of the conference event pages.
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