Is Learning for Everyone? – Booking now open

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Title imageThe Annual Learning at City Conference will be taking place on Wednesday 3rd June 2015 at The Hatton in Hatton Gardens.

The conference, now in its seventh year, is gaining popularity every year and attracts staff from City University London and colleagues from other HE institutions who welcome a day of sessions based on themes within learning and teaching.

Book your place now: Learning at City Conference 2015 – Registration Form


The overall theme for the conference focuses on inclusive Learning. Within this theme there are a range of sub-themes which we think will provide for interesting and innovative discussions through-out the day:

* Valuing diversity and promoting inclusivity
* Inclusivity across the student life-cycle
* Flexible learning for inclusion
* Building an inclusive learning community
* Concepts of Inclusivity

Presenters will share their practice, innovation and research in this area. We anticipate that this topical theme will provide excellent opportunities for discussion and debate during the conference. The sessions will take the form of workshops or papers and there will also be posters to view and an exhibition by relevant organisations.

A copy of the provisional programme is available here  and a full Book of Proceedings will be available via our webpages soon.

Keynote speakers:

Lydia Pell, Chair and trustee of the University Mental Health Advisors Network (UMHAN) and Mental Health Co-ordinator at City University will open this year’s Conference with a keynote titled “Is Learning for All? Removing Barriers, Keeping Boundaries”

Rosie Tressler, Networks and Projects Manager at Student Minds, the UK’s student mental health charity will deliver the afternoon keynote titled “Supporting good mental health: The student experience”

The conference is free and is open to all staff at City University London and external colleagues.

Book your place now: Learning at City Conference 2015 – Registration Form

Read more about last year’s conference here:

Learning at City Conference 2014 – Catch up

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