Friday, 20 August 2021

Fwd: Practical Pedagogy Academic Development Conference (13th of September)

On the 13th of September we will be hosting a full day of academic development talks. This will all be held online via MS Teams.

There are 30 sessions with two QnA panels, and three keynotes still to be announced. These are being delivered by a broad range of experts from across the HE sector (and a dedicated set of talks on student engagement). Every talk is "practical" specifically, there is a focus on useful takeaways for educators to apply to their own practice.

The full programme is here:

Attendees can attend as much, or as little as they wish.  There is no commitment to attend the full event. However, registration is essential. Attendees can either register via the website (above) or directly at this link - - Tickets are available for free on a "pay what you want" donation model. This is an experiment; there are a number of running costs, but we want to keep the event as inclusive as possible.

It would be great to see some of you there, so please register if you are available. And we would be eternally grateful if you would share the webpage with your colleagues and institution.




Dr Chris Headleand
National Teaching Fellow

Director of Teaching and Learning

School of Computer Science

University of Lincoln


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