Wednesday, 1 February 2017

FW: Call for papers and workshops at APT 2017 now OPEN



The call for contributions for the 15th Academic Practice and Technology (APT) conference "The future ain't what it used to be: inventing and re-imagining higher education practice" is now open. The conference, co-hosted by the University of Greenwich and London School of Economics (LSE) takes place on July 4th 2017. We invite contributions from colleagues who are imagining and making the futures of higher education – colleagues who are pushing boundaries; evolving teaching and learning practices; developing new curricula; creating new collaborations or markets; analysing big data.


Submission closes Friday 7th April 2017. View information and download the call at: . We are looking for papers, workshops, innovative sessions and short lighting talks that cover practice, pedagogy and/or research. 



If you could share this with your networks and at your institutions, we would be most appreciative.  APT is a great one –day conference, held at a lovely location and brings together a wonderful array of people and ideas.  This year we are focusing on change and how we imagine the future of higher education in that environment. 






Peter Bryant
Head of Learning Technology and Innovation

London School of Economics and Political Science

ALD LG - Houghton Street London WC2A 2AE
Phone: +44 (0)20 7955 6008

Twitter: @peterbryantHE

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