Wednesday, 26 February 2014

FW: PedRIO Annual Conference 2014 Registration Open


From: Online forum for SEDA, the Staff & Educational Development Association [mailto:SEDA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Debby Cotton
Sent: 26 February 2014 12:50
Subject: PedRIO Annual Conference 2014 Registration Open


Please see information below about an upcoming (free) conference in Plymouth. Despite all the flooding, it really is still a lovely place to visit, so do come along!


Best wishes,





PedRIO Annual Conference 2014 – Registration Open


Wednesday 2nd April 2014, Plymouth University


Keynote speakers Professor Jack Miller (University of Toronto) and Simon Kemp (University of Southampton)


The Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO) at Plymouth University is hosting its third annual one day conference in 2014.  Aimed at bringing together leading academics from across the UK and beyond, the conference will present high quality papers, workshops, show and tell sessions, and posters. The conference will be themed around six key areas and welcomes contributions based on research from across and  between disciplines:


·            Education for sustainable development

·            Medical education

·            Masters level teaching

·            Spaces to think

·            Digital innovations

·            Inclusivity and engagement


**Click here for more Information and to Register**




Debby Cotton

Professor of Higher Education Pedagogy & Head of Educational Development,

Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (PFHEA),

PedRIO Fellow,
Room 107, 3 Endsleigh Place,

Plymouth University,
Devon PL4 8AA

Tel: 01752 587614

Follow me on Twitter: @profdcotton


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