The ninth annual Learning at City Conference will take place on 21st June 2017.
The call for abstracts closes tomorrow, 8th March at midnight. Thank you to all those that have submitted so far!
The overall theme for the conference focuses on Developing Theory into Practice in Higher Education Within this theme there are a range of sub-themes.
- Sharing practices and approaches
- Supporting student success
- Working with others
- Technology enhanced learning
Presenting at the Conference gives you an opportunity to exchange ideas, celebrate, promote and disseminate good practice in learning and teaching in higher education. We had over 100 delegates last year, with 22 externals.
Here are just some of the tweets after last year’s conference
— Matthew Williamson (@DrGrobby) 8 June 2016
— Elizabeth Ellis (@liz_isabella) 8 June 2016
— Rebecca McCarter (@beckmccarter) 8 June 2016
Participation also provides the opportunity to enhance your academic practice and can count towards achieving fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
So make sure you get your abstracts in and put 21st June in your diary!
We hope to see you at #learningatcity17 (the official hashtag for this year’s conference) at City, University of London