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Out of the Studio - celebrating art, design and media learning and teaching

Location:
Arts Institute at Bournemouth
Date(s):
15 December 2008 10:00-16:00

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Out of the studio is an event for those who are or would like to be learning and teaching fellows and all who are interested in fellowship activities and opportunities.


This is a one day event which will bring together colleagues from across the art, design and media sector who are currently Institutional Teaching Fellows, ADM National Teaching Fellows and key colleagues in related learning and teaching development work. The event will include colleagues who may be interested in becoming an institutional, ADM or National Teaching Fellow.


The event is intended to create a dynamic forum to recognise the work of fellows; where colleagues may share, showcase and disseminate their work relating to their Teaching Fellowship roles and projects. The event is intended to offer an important opportunity for colleagues to meet, discuss, reflect and network – and to hopefully create future collaborative activities. It will offer discussion of the ADMHEA Fellowship Scheme and the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. It is hoped that from this event that participants will be encouraged and better prepared to apply for these schemes.

The event will also showcase the work of the CETLs from across our sector.


Out of the studio will also enable colleagues to learn more about the 2008 National Teaching Fellowship Project: Creative Interventions: valuing and assessing creativity in student work- related learning in the public and not-for-profit sector – a collaborative project involving colleagues from the CLIP CETL, University of the Arts, London, the Arts Institute at Bournemouth (AIB) and SCEPTrE, University of Surrey.


This free event will showcase a series of presentations, workshops and poster displays that will help to develop an understanding of what institutional fellowship projects exist, how work is being developed and how colleagues can pursue Fellowship opportunities.


Aims:

  • to formalise a network of ADM Fellows to encourage the sharing and dissemination of expertise, interests and research;
  • to inform and support research activities;
  • to inspire and stimulate dialogue, debate and potential collaborative developments.

Audience


Current Institutional Teaching Fellows, ADM National Teaching Fellows, Academic Developers, Heads of Learning and Teaching Units, Staff who may wish to pursue Fellowship application, National Teaching Fellows.



Final Programme for the day

 
Speaker's Summaries and abstracts


It is proposed that there will be parallel poster displays from:

  • CETLs within the ADM sector
  • ADMHEA
  • NTF Projects (Falmouth & UAL)
  • other colleagues in HE

Guidelines for poster presentations

Co-organisers:

Kirsten Hardie, NTF   
khardie@aib.ac.uk         
01202 363305

Carolyn Bew, Academic Developer, ADMHEA  
c.bew@brighton.ac.uk    
01273 643175 



The event is free of charge for staff working within HE in the UK and lunch is provided** . Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first served basis and will initially be limited to 3 places per institution to enable as many representatives from UK HEIs to attend as possible.


** A charge is applied for non-attendance if adequate notice is not given.



PLEASE NOTE: If you register your interest in this event your place is not confirmed until a registration form is completed and confirmation is sent to you.
Contact Name:
Carolyn Bew
Contact Telephone:
01273 643715
Contact Email:
adm@heacademy.ac.uk

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