Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Conference 2017 - Beyond Boundaries - 15-16 June 2017

Learning, Teaching and Student Experience Conference 2017 - Beyond Boundaries - 15-16 June 2017

The call for papers has now closed. 

The draft conference programme is now available - please note that this is subject to change

In the contemporary changing and challenging Higher Education landscape, this year’s Learning, Teaching, and Student Experience Conference at Worcester aims to explore some of the exciting possibilities created by working across and beyond boundaries. We are looking to engage in discussion and debate about the potential that emerges when we reach across or dissolve the boundaries between: disciplines and departments, spaces, places and stages of learning, virtual and physical learning environments, students and staff, teaching and research, or between the ivory towers of academia and the wider world beyond the university. How can and have we worked together? How do connections with local, regional, national or international partners and networks inspire us to improve the student experience?

The Conference will include a panel discussion on breaking boundaries and keynote lectures including: 

Professor Debby Cotton - Head of Educational Development in the Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory at Plymouth University, discussing:

Beyond boundaries: Enhancing the student experience using pedagogic research

Professor Richard Hall,Co-Director, Institute for Education Futures. De Montfort University.

Against boundaries: Dismantling the Curriculum in Higher Education

For further information please contact ltconference@worc.ac.uk