Learning at City 2022 – Should I stay or should I go?

People in a conference theatre laughing and smiling towards the presenter
Listening to the keynote 2019

Are you wondering if you should attend the Learning at City Conference?

Take a look back at conferences past:




With the Learning at City conference 2022 on the horizon at the end of June let’s take a look back at some of our previous posts and resources from past conferences:

Way back at the beginning of 2013 Rae gave us a reflection on the first four conferences in which she talked about what the future of educational technology might bring.

After the 2013 conference, our colleague Anise expanded on her session on learning spaces and creative large group teaching Sandra also revisited the 2013 conference with a reminder of the Graham Gibbs keynote and a link to the recording.

The 2014 Conference theme of Students as Partners in Learning provided food for thought and lots of interesting discussions

Is Learning for Everyone? we asked in 2015, with a keynote from Lydia Pell Chair and Trustee of the University Mental Health Advisors Network (UMHAN) and Rosie Tressler, Networks and Projects Manager, Student Minds.

In 2016 the conference was on Promoting Teaching Excellence – Santanu looked back at this event and provided plenty of recordings and tweets. Anise gave us an overview of her session entitled Murder, diamonds and walking with Emily Allbon and Raf Benato in which they explored the local area to discover how walking could be used in teaching practice.

Developing Theory into Practice was the theme in 2017. Once again Santanu gave us a comprehensive round-up of sessions and recordings.

Following a fallow year in 2018, the conference returned in 2019 with a focus on Promoting Student Success including a keynote from Colin Bryson and a thought-provoking student panel. (A photo stream from 2019)

There was a hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic but we returned in 2021 with our first entirely online conference on the topical theme of Teaching to inspire. The recordings and slides from this conference are all available on the blog.

Finally, you can view a recording of Professor Quinsee having a look-back at Learning at City through the years during her welcome session in 2021


Links to past Conference programmes:

7th Annual Learning at City Conference Programme and Proceedings (2015)

Learning at City Conference 2016 – Promoting and enhancing Teaching Excellence

Learning at City Conference 2017- Developing Theory into Practice

Learning at City Conference 2022: Opportunities to transform the future of higher education

Don’t miss out, ¬†book your place and welcome the conference back to City in 2022

Register for the conference here

View the full programme here

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