ADM-HEA BULLETIN - week ending 7 May 2010
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CALLS FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
Annual Forum is now fully booked and we are very much looking forward
to meeting the delegates and presenters on Friday. There will be a
report from the day and we will keep you informed when it is available.
As you will know, we are also busy organising A Space for Assessment Symposium on 27 – 28 May at Kingston University (see ADM-HEA EVENTS below). We still have some places and hope that you will take a look at the programme which is now online. It also promises to be an interesting and stimulating event.
Please note that during May, the bulletins will be sent out mid week but will be dated 'week ending' with the previous Friday’s date.
A Space for Assessment: Exploring assessment and feedback in practice and studio based learning environments
27 - 28 May 2010
Programme now online
The Art Design Media Subject Centre (ADM-HEA) and PALATINE, the Subject Centre for Dance, Drama and Music, are organising a symposium to explore assessment and feedback in practice and studio based work. This event is hosted by hosted by Kingston University.
Space for Assessment symposium will contribute to the current debates around assessment and aims to enhance further our understanding and practice of assessment and feedback through a number of facilitated discussion groups and presentations.
For more information and a registration form: http://www.adm.heacademy.ac.uk/events/a-space-for-assessment
Enhancing student engagement with feedback (repeat)
Sheffield Hallam University
14 May 2010
This seminar complements the publication of a series of best practice guides for the application of technology to deliver actionable feedback.
Embedding feedback and feedforward through curriculum design
University of Sheffield
17 May 2010
This seminar is part of the Assessment and Feedback strand of the Evidence-based Practice Series 2010.
Improving Assessment and Feedback in a Technology-Enhance Teaching and Learning Environment: Theory and Practice
Kingston University, Penrhyn Road Campus
19 May 2010
This seminar focuses on how recent technology enhanced learning approaches, along with personal and mobile technological developments, have impacted on assessment and feedback practices in Higher Education
Assessment SIG: Assessment and the first year student experience
The Higher Education Academy, York
21 May 2010
The Flying Start Symposium
Liverpool Hope University Conference Centre
10 June 2010
This symposium will address the outcomes from the Flying Start Project, which investigated and sought out potential solutions to the problems many students face when making the transition to Higher Education, particularly in terms of their academic writing.
Enhancing the postgraduate research experience: skills, employability and careers
Edinburgh Napier University
6 July 2010
The event is free to attend and open to anyone who has an interest in enhancing postgraduate research provision within their institution, whether or not that institution has previously taken part in the postgraduate research experience survey (PRES).
What is Transition?
University of Leeds
16 July 2010
2nd Annual Aim Higher West Yorkshire Symposium
Supporting Student Learning Conference 2010
University of Worcester
9th learning and teaching conference
CALLS FOR PAPERS / PARTICIPATION
The First Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Higher Education Symposium
Saturday, 18 September 2010
An invitation to submit proposals for this inaugural symposium is extended to academics, researchers and student support staff within the HE sector.
Mapping Internationalisation in the Classics Project
Request for information.
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