ADM-HEA BULLETIN - week ending 11 December 2009
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CALLS FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
Funding available for case studies
ADM-HEA subject centre invites you to submit a case study describing, reflecting upon and evaluating transitional relationships with between FE and HE and in particular the progression from the 14 - 19 Diplomas into HE. If accepted, your case study will be published on the ADM-HEA website and you will receive a fee of £300.
For more information about case studies, including guidelines and application forms:
If you require further information specifically about this call, please email Carolyn Bew: email@example.com
As in previous years, SEDA will be offering its suite of courses in supporting and leading educational change again in 2010.
At the introductory level there are the following:
Supporting Educational Change (Introductory Online Course)
19 April - 28 May 2010
Leading Educational Change (Introductory Online Course)
17 February - 26 March 2010
Supporting Educational Change (Introductory Summer School)
Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park
20 - 22 July 2010
At the higher level there are the following two three-month professional qualification courses that lead to SEDA’s Associate Fellowship (AFSEDA):
Supporting Educational Change (Professional Qualification Course)
10 May - 2 August 2010
Leading Educational Change (Professional Qualification Course)
19 April - 12 July 2010
For further information and booking forms: http://www.seda.ac.uk/professional-development.html?p=3_3
CALLS FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
The First Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Higher Education Symposium
Bournemouth University, Bournemouth
Saturday 24 April 2010
Deadline for submissions: Friday 5 February 2010
Organised by Sharon Beeden, Senior Lecturer at Arts University College at Bournemouth in collaboration with Dr Paul Tosey, Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey and hosted by Bournemouth University, they invite you to participate in the first international symposium relating to NLP within Higher Education (HE) contexts.
Within the increasingly challenging educational climate, the need to enhance the student experience and to meet the requirements of an ever-broadening profile of learner is an important objective within many Higher Education Institutions (HEI's).
In recognising current research and practice relating to NLP strategies being undertaken by academics within learning and teaching environments and by student support staff in co-curricular activities, the aim of the symposium is to provide a forum to share, showcase and disseminate work relating to NLP approaches within HE.
An invitation to submit proposals for this inaugural symposium is extended to academics, researchers and student support staff within the HE sector.
Keynote speaker - Dr Colin Beard, Sheffield Hallam University
Author of 'Experiential Learning: A Best Practice Handbook for Educators and Trainers'.
For more information: http://www.nlphesymposium.org.uk/
telephone: 01202 363322
NUS launches Postgraduate Researcher’s Employment Survey
The National Union of Students has launched its first major piece of research for the new Postgraduate Campaign in collaboration with the University and College Union: a Postgraduate Employment Survey aimed at postgraduate and recently postdoctoral researchers who have undertaken employment in a HE institution at any time since September 2008.
The survey should take no more than 15-20 minutes to complete. All researchers who complete the survey will be given the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win £50 of Amazon vouchers. The survey can be accessed via the link below.
ALT-C 2010: 'Into something rich and strange' - making sense of the sea-change
The Association for Learning Technology Conference 2010
7-9 September 2010
First call for papers and abstracts
Learning technology is part of the fabric of formal and informal learning. Meanwhile, a sea-change is taking place. The sea-change involves a structural and pervasive shift in the nature of the Internet.
The ALT-C 2010 themes will be:
- the changing paradigms and structures for learning;
- increasing productivity and effectiveness, whilst mitigating risks;
- responding to and shaping the organisational landscape;
- meeting the changing expectations and needs of learners, employers, and society;
- the changing design skills and knowledge needed to support learning and teaching with technology.
Proposals for inclusion in the programme will be accepted between mid December 2009 and 15 February 2010.
3rd Annual Institutional Research Conference, Developing a Framework for Institutional Research: Informing Institutional Enhancement, Pracitce and Strategy
Dublin City University
29 and 30 June, 2010
The deadline for proposals is 26 February 2010
Dublin City University and the UK and Ireland Higher Education Institutional Research (HEIR) Network are delighted to announce the call for the papers for this conference.
Confirmed keynote presenters include:
Prof. Janet Beer, Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University, and Chair of the Steering Committee for the National Student Survey
Prof. Robin Middlehurst, Professor of Higher Education at Kingston University
Tom Boland, CEO of the Higher Education Authority, Ireland
The main themes include:
- The role of Institutional Research in Quality Enhancement
- Approaches to Strategic planning and Decision-making
- Evidence-based Decision-making: Tools and Methods
- Institutional Research and the Student Experience
- Teaching and Learning Enhancement
Proposals for papers, work in progress sessions, workshops and posters are invited from all interested in making a contribution to developing a framework for institutional research. More information on the proposal types can be found here: http://www.dcu.ie/conferences/ir2010/papers.shtml
More information can be found at the conference website:
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