Teaching Fellows Conference 2017

Teaching-FellowsInnovations in Teaching and Learning Conference 

Wednesday 1st February 2017, Craiglockhart Campus

Keynote Speaker: Professor Hazel Hall, University Research Lead for Equality

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Teaching Fellows Conference, on Innovations in Teaching and Learning. The conference took place at the Craiglockhart campus, on Wednesday 1st February 2017. It was conceived, planned and led by Teaching Fellows, and was open to all staff who teach or support student learning. You can find out much more about the 2017 conference under the menu heading above, including slides from the keynote, social media coverage of the day, and details of every parallel session. Well done to everyone who took part!

 

Contributions were invited via either presentations or posters, for the following streams:

Stream A: Pedagogic research

Stream B: Sharing good practice

 

Presentation sessions will be 25 minutes long, with presenters asked to talk for a maximum 15 minutes, allowing at least 10 minutes for questions and discussion. Posters will be displayed in the breakout room for viewing during coffee and lunch breaks.

We have left the ‘Call for submissions’ information available here.

To find out more about the conference, please call by this website and subscribe to the blog via email. You can also follow us @EdNapTF. The Conference 2017 tab above will acquire more information about the topic streams and the conference papers. The News tab contains our blog, with a few entries still there from the January 2016 Conference. Speaking of which, details of the 2016 parallel sessions and more are available under the Archive tab.