Teaching and Learning Conference 2014

About the conference

The 11th University Teaching and Learning Conference will be held on Friday 4 July 2014 in Muirhead Tower on the Edgbaston Campus. This is the University’s annual event to celebrate, showcase and disseminate the wealth of good practices in teaching and learning across the University.

The conference theme is Educational Innovation, and the day will feature invited contributions from pioneering academics both within and beyond the University on topics including:

  • The Virtual Laboratory,
  • International and Distance Learning,
  • Student-Owned Learning.

There will also be open presentation and poster sessions for colleagues and students to share their own educational innovations in any field, as well as plenty of opportunities for discussion and debate about the issues raised.

Further details of the speakers, conference programme and registration information will be published shortly, but mark the date in your diary now!

Call for Proposals

The deadline for submissions for the open presentation or poster sessions is 9.00 on Monday 14 April. Please complete and send the Conference speaker proposal form (Word - 64KB) to tlconference@contacts.bham.ac.uk

General enquiries

If you have any questions about this year’s conference, please contact us at tlconference@contacts.bham.ac.uk

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