This is just to flag up an event in early January in Plymouth, organised by the Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO):
PedRIO Event: "Masters Level Teaching, Learning and Assessment Conference - Issues for the 21st Century" – 8th January 2016
This one day conference will bring together an audience of academic and professional services staff and students from across the disciplines to discuss Masters-level Teaching and Learning issues for the 21st century.
The conference welcomes delegates, and contributions, from anyone interested in enhancing the quality of provision for taught masters students.
The themes for the conference are:
- Student Support and Transition
- Effective Learning
- Curriculum Design
This conference will launch: Masters Level Teaching, Learning and Assessment - Issues in Design and Delivery edited by Professor Pauline Kneale with over 50 contributors, published on Friday 25 September 2015 by Palgrave Macmillan.
The Call for Papers is now open and will close at 12pm on Thursday 15 October 2015. Please submit an abstract or register via the website below:
Professor of Higher Education Pedagogy & Head of Educational Development
Fellow of the Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO)
Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA) and National Teaching Fellow (NTF).
Teaching and Learning Support,
Room 107, 3 Endsleigh Place,
Devon PL4 8AA
Tel: 01752 587614
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