UEL Learning and Teaching Symposium 2020
2020 UEL Learning and Teaching Symposium: Advancing Futures in HE
The 2020 UEL Learning and Teaching Symposium will take place on Thursday 17 September 2020, in an entirely online format given the current Covid-19 situation.
Please register with your institutional email address.
This year the conference has four main themes:
- Equity, equality and inclusion
- Employability and digital skills
- Retention and Progression
The conference will feature morning and afternoon keynote sessions in addition to parallel sessions of related papers organised into thematic panels. We are pleased to welcome Dr Naomi Winstone and Mr Simon Thomson as our keynote speakers:
Dr Naomi Winstone (SFHEA, NTF) is Head of Department / Reader at the University of Surrey and Director of The Surrey Assessment and Learning Lab. Dr Winstone has held several academic leadership posts, including Associate Dean (Learning at Teaching) at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey. Dr Winstone is a cognitive psychologist who specialises in learning behaviour and engagement with education. Her research focuses on the processing and implementation of feedback, educational transitions and educational identities. More details can be found on her website: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/people/naomi-winstone
Mr Simon Thomson (SFHEA, NTF) is Director of the Centre for Innovation in Education, University of Liverpool. Mr Thomson has held several academic posts, including a senior academic post as Head of Digital Pedagogy at the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Leeds Beckett University. His work includes the development of a conversational framework for technology use, with a focus on its ability to enable, enhance, enrich and empower learning and teaching and the integration of digital capabilities as a model for curriculum development. More information can be found on his website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/centre-for-innovation-in-education/staff/simon-thomson/
Full details of the day’s programme to follow.