Monday, 8 July 2013

Fwd: HEA/SEEC 2 day conference on flexible learning, July 22nd/23rd

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Subject: HEA/SEEC 2 day conference on flexible learning, July 22nd/23rd
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2013 19:00:54 +0100
From: SEEC Office <office@SEEC.ORG.UK>
Reply-To: SEEC Office <office@SEEC.ORG.UK>



Dear colleagues




There is still time to book a  place on this 2 day conference being organised by the Higher Education Academy and SEEC due to take place at the University of Westminster on July 22nd/23rd 2013.


This event aims both to inform and inspire delegates about flexible learning on a number of levels: global, national, institutional and programme.  Key strands within flexible learning include; studying part-time, work-based learning, technology-enhanced learning, credit accumulation and transfer and new pedagogical ideas.




Rajay Naik (The Open University

Ronald Barnett (Institute of Education)

Pam Wilson (University of the Highlands and Islands)

Mark Atlay (University of Bedfordshire)

Martin Oliver (Institute of Education)

Kevin Van-Cauter (British Council)

Nicola Whitton (Manchester Metropolitan University)


The conference is offering 17 sessions delivered through interactive workshops, seminars or poster presentations exploring some of the knotty questions that flexible learning raises. 


Full details of the programme and booking forms are available on

Conference fees are as follows:

Rate description

SEEC members rate

Non member rates

Full conference with dinner on 22nd July




Full conference no dinner




Single day – 22nd July




Single day – 23rd July




Conference dinner (if not selecting first option)















Alison Street

SEEC Administrator


'SEEC - Recognising Learning Through Credit!'



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Telephone/Fax 020 8617 0568

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David Andrew, 
HEA CPD Manager
Senior Tutor

The Learning Institute 
Queen Mary, University of London

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