ADM-HEA BULLETIN - week ending 28 October 2011
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CALL FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
Art, Design, Media Creative Learning and Teaching
5th Learning and Teaching Day
Ravensbourne, Greenwich Peninsula, 6 Penrose Way, London, SE10 0EW
29 November 2011
Registration is open until 18 November
The 5th Art, Design and Media Creative Learning and Teaching Day is this year being hosted by Ravensbourne and we shall be organising the event in collaboration with the new Higher Education Academy Discipline Leads, Carolyn Bew and John Mundy.
The day is designed for colleagues who are directly involved in learning and teaching in art, design and media: if you work in academic development, learning co-ordination or student support within art, design or media higher education this day is for you.
Presentations and workshops will provide opportunities to hear about current research, developments and innovations in art, design and media teaching and learning. Importantly, the event is a chance for colleagues to get together informally, share views, discuss opportunities and create future collaborative ventures.
A programme outline is now available online and a list of confirmed presenters. More information, including a full programme will be available shortly.
HEA UK travel fund
The HEA’s new UK travel fund will enable staff and students in UK higher education to exchange and disseminate good practice in learning, teaching and assessment and engage with their peers. The funding may be used to help the applicant(s) attend conferences, network meetings and special interest groups that are being run in the UK.
New VADS resource available online
A collection of images by painter and former Principal of Falmouth School of Art, Tom Cross, has been digitised and made available online via the Visual Arts Data Service (VADS)
To view images from the Tom Cross Archive on VADS: http://www.vads.ac.uk/collections/TCA
A case study on the digitisation of the collection at University College Falmouth has also been made available on the JISC-funded Look-here! project website at: http://www.vads.ac.uk/lookhere/casestudies
Developing an Inclusive Curriculum for all Students
University of Stirling
11 November 2011
This HEA/Scotland’s Colleges workshop, will be lead by Mick Healey. Through his involvement in several recent studies he is able to share new approaches which can bring inclusivity into the mainstream and aid not only the minority, but the majority of our students. This interactive workshop will draw on this work and use the experiences of students and staff to underpin the principles discussed and approaches explored.
(Not) Belonging in the Creative World: Challenging HE Exclusions
Hirst Building 001, Digby Stuart College, Roehampton University
17 November 2011 (12:30 – 3:30pm)
Department of Education seminar co-hosted by the Centre for Educational Research in Equalities, Policy and Pedagogy and the London Paulo Freire Institute.
Professor Jocey Quinn, Plymouth University and Dr Kim Allen, Institute for Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University: ‘The Silence of the Curriculum: equality as an intellectual absence in Higher Education for arts and culture’
Professor Penny Jane Burke, Roehampton University and Jackie McManus, University of the Arts, London: ‘Art for a Few: Exclusions and Misrecognitions in HE Admissions’
Mark Miller, Tate Britain and Tate Modern; Christine Atha, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol; Dr Mehri Honarbin-Holliday, artist and writer; Laura Woodroffe, D&AD; Fergal Kilroy, D&AD
Places are free but limited, to book a place, please email Ada Mau email@example.com
The efficiency and effectiveness of assessment in challenging times
Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9H
24 November 2011
Student Assessment and Classification Working Group (SACWG) Seminar, speakers include Dr Marie Stowell, SACWG and Director of Quality and Educational Development, University of Worcester; Professor Alison Halstead, Pro Vice Chancellor Learning and Teaching Innovation, Aston University; Professor Chris Rust, SACWG and Oxford Brookes University and Professor Paul Hyland, Head of Teaching and Learning, Bath Spa University.
Hear Evidence, Offer Evidence, Share Experience, Shape the Future
Edexcel, 80 The Strand, London WC1V 7BH
24 November 2011
One of the four themes of this The 11th Learning and Skills Research Network (LSRN) National Research Event will be HE in FE. In addition this year there will be a seminar on November 25 with an international focus on HE in FE which is being held in conjunction with Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE).
CALL FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
DPR12: Discourse Power Resistance: Impact
Plymouth College of Art
2–4 April 2012
Suggested date for abstracts: 25 November 2011
The conference considers what ‘Impact’ means for us, our work, our understandings and future developments. The social sciences, creative arts, education and humanities are currently under attack on a global scale as funding is concentrated on STEM related subjects; but the threatened fields of scholarship are themselves evolving new ways of thinking and practice and new sites and methods of enquiry. The conference explores the potential impact on each other of the creative arts and social sciences in terms of theory and practice.
Words & Images: Screenwriting Research
5th Screenwriting Research Network International Conference
Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
14 – 16 September 2012
Deadline for abstracts: 12 December 2011
The aim of the conference is to continue, and expand, discussions around the screenplay and to strengthen a rapidly emerging, and global, research network
Mix: Merging Intermedia X11 Conference
Bath Spa University
16-18 July 2012
Call for Papers deadline: 30 December 2011
The conference will explore Transmedia Writing & Digital Creativity and aims to bring together practitioners and theorists working with writing in digital media. The purpose is to create a core of research knowledge both practical and theoretical. The conference will present academic papers and also presentations and workshops by current digital practitioners. There will also be a public exhibition of work by the Fluxus artists.
MERJ 3.1 - The Media Education Research Journal invites submissions for issue 03:01
Deadline for submissions: 9 March 2012
MERJ offers a forum for the exchange of academic research into media education and pedagogy conducted by academics, practitioners and teachers situated in all sectors and contexts for media education.
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