ADM-HEA BULLETIN - week ending 12 November 2010
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ADM-HEA COLLABORATIVE EVENTS
CALL FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
Reminder - Call for Contributions to Networks to be published in January 2011
The deadline for contributions for the next issue is: Monday, 22 November 2010
Most of the content of Networks magazine is contributed by people like you: those involved in higher education teaching in the art, design and media related subjects.
Have you written or would you be interested in writing a paper that would be of interest to others working in the sector? Choose a topic that relates to your own experience/research. Some very general ideas are provided below:
The impact of regional or national policy agendas and initiatives in art, design and media teaching and learning.
Institutional strategies and their impact on art, design and media teaching and learning.
The outcomes of pedagogic research and implications for art, design and media higher education.
The impact of new technological developments on art, design and media, teaching and learning.
We are interested in receiving Feature Articles of between 2,000-2,500 words for which a fee of £300 is payable to those accepted for publication. Project reports up to 2,000 words are also welcomed, as are 300 word evaluative reports of events.
Networks magazine issue 11 published
Look out for your copy in the post! If you are not on our mailing list you can join via the following link
We are also pleased to announce that we shall shortly be publishing our new, online version.
For more information: http://www.adm.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/publications/networks-magazine
Technical problems with our website
Please note that we are currently experiencing some technical problems and have not been able to upload items to our website on a regular basis. This has affected the weekly bulletin, hence there was no bulletin for the week ending 5 November. We hope the problem will be rectified shortly but appreciate your understanding in the meantime.
Teaching Exchange Workshop
Host a 'Teaching Exchange Workshop' in your media, communications or cultural studies department at a UK Higher Education Institution at no cost to you.
Work placements in the arts and cultural sector: diversity, equality and access
Equality Challenge Unit - research report published, toolkit to follow shortly
Latest information from University of Surrey's Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning on upcoming online seminars, an e-book chapter and more...
Supporting academic integrity: approaches and resources for higher education
New publication available from the Academy JISC Academic Integrity Service
ADM-HEA COLLABORATIVE EVENTS
Creative Learning and Teaching Seminar – only a week to go before registration closes
National Glass Centre, Liberty Way, Sunderland, SR6 0GL
25 November - 26 November 2010
Full Programme Is now available online.
Registration will close on Wednesday, 17 November
This seminar, hosted by the University of Sunderland, aims to provide a forum for all those interested in creative art design and media education to come together and explore the issues and challenges faced by students, practitioners and educators.
The Keynote speakers will be: Steve Besley, Head of Policy at Pearson (formerly Edexcel), Professor David Vaughan, Higher Education Advisor/Developer and Professor Kevin Petrie, Professor of Glass and Ceramics, University of Sunderland.
The University of Sunderland is a centre of excellence in glass, architectural glass and ceramics and this two-day symposium will be held at the renowned National Glass Centre. There will be a unique opportunity to explore the glass studios and watch demonstrations in the techniques used in glass making.
Technology Enhanced Assessment for Learning: Case Studies and Best Practice
LearnHigher Room, JB Priestley Library room, University of Bradford
8 December 2010
This seminar will explore how instructors can deliver formative e-assessments, giving automatic feedback, even to large numbers of students.
Emerging Sustainability Symposium
The Royal Society, 6 - 9 Carlton House Terrace, London W1Y 5AG
14 December 2010
The Emerging Sustainability Research Team will be holding a final open symposium in London to present and explore the results of the ES project.
MeCCSA 2011 Conference
The Lowry, Salford Quays, Salford
12 - 14 January 2011
The Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association conference will include papers, presentations of practice, posters and panels across the range of interests represented by the Association and its networks.
Ravensbourne Digital Futures: Making Connections
Ravensbourne, The Walker Space 6 Penrose Way, London, SE10 OEW
19 January 2011
One of the founding fathers of social media, Howard Rheingold, and Euan Semple, blogger and social media guru, will be featuring in an event to explore collaborative innovation.
CALL FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
IADIS Mobile Learning 2011 International Conference
10 to 12 March 2011
Call for papers, deadline 29 November 2010
This conference seeks to provide a forum for the discussion and presentation of mobile learning research.
Open Educational Resources Conference 2011
Manchester Conference Centre
Wednesday 11 - Friday 13 May 2011
Call for submissions, deadline: 30 November 2010
Building on the success of OER10 the event will consist of a stimulating and engaging mix of keynotes, project presentations and case studies, refereed papers, workshops and demos all promoting and disseminating best practice in OER.
Theory in Learning Technology
Call for papers for a Special Issue of Research in Learning Technology, the Journal of the Association for Learning Technology (Volume 19, Number 3).
Deadlines: Abstracts can be submitted to either of the guest editors for informal feedback until 1 December 2010.
Papers should be submitted before 31 January 2011
Invitation to Tender for Travel Foundation project
The deadline for receipt of tenders is 5pm on Monday, 6 December.
Craft colleagues may be interested to know that there is an invitation to tender for a research project:
"Research into opportunities to increase the contribution of crafts to local economies through linkages with tourism".
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver
6 - 8 July 2011
Call for panels, deadline: 10 December 2010
Visual Research as a Collaborative and Participatory Practice is the theme of the 2011 IVSA Conference.
Learning Global - Fourth Learning & Teaching Conference
University of Wolverhampton
Wednesday 11 May and pre-conference event Tuesday 10 May 2011
Call for abstracts, deadline: 3 January 2011
Documenting Fictions Conference
Lister Lecture Theatre, Bradford School of Arts and Media
Tuesday, 5 April 2011
Cubby Broccoli Cinema, Bradford Media Museum
Wednesday, 6 April 2011
Call for abstracts, deadline: 14 January 2011
10th issue of PESTLHE available plus call for papers
Deadline for submissions 15 January 2011
The latest issue of Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education’s journal is available plus reminder of call for papers for SPECIAL EDITION April 2011 - Assessment and Feedback.
Are you involved in academic development?
Request for information for SEDA Special, no deadline
Media Art History 2011 - REWIRE
Fourth International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology
28 September - 1 October 2011
Call For Papers - Deadline Monday, 31 January 2011
WritingPAD call for contributions to JWCP
call for event reviews: no deadline
Making Futures: The Crafts as Change-Maker in Sustainably Aware Cultures
Dartington Hall, Dartington Estate, Devon
call for abstracts, deadline: 1 May 2011
Plymouth College of Art’s Making Futures conference invites submissions from craft practitioners, curators, historians, theorists, campaigners, activists, and representatives from public and private agencies with an interest in the relationship between the contemporary crafts and sustainability issues.
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