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Evidence for institutional policy and practice: why, what, how?

Location:
Hamish Wood Building, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
Date(s):
23 November 2010 09:30-16:00

HEIR Network Seminar (with the Scottish Forum on Lifelong Learning)

The HEIR Network (the UK and Ireland Institutional Research Network) and Scottish Forum on Lifelong Learning (organised by the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning) are pleased to offer a one-day event focusing on using ‘Evidence for institutional policy and practice: why, what, how?’



The event will be an opportunity for higher education practitioners to come together to find out more about notions of evidence and in particular, how this has been/can be used to influence and support institutional policy- and decision-making. The day will be interactive and participatory with opportunities for participants to exchange ideas and share their own experiences.

It will be of particular interest and relevance to higher education practitioners in Institutional Research, Strategic Planning, Policy, Quality and Academic Development. 

 

Contact Details the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning for more information and a booking form

Email: crll@gcu.ac.uk

Website:
http://www.crll.org.uk/newsevents/managed/events/forthcomingevents/1/name,15692,en.html
Contact Email:
crll@gcu.ac.uk

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