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We’re launching a new Teaching and Learning event! Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat

Natalie Naik

We love sharing stories from our Talis Elevate community, so we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be hosting a 2-day online conference all about Teaching and Learning.

It’s not just a Talis Elevate event. On the 12th-13th July, Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat will be bringing you sessions from thought leaders in Higher Education on topics such as collaborative learning and enhancing pedagogy with technology. You’ll also hear case studies from academics who’ve used technology over the past 12 months to enhance their teaching and learning practices. 

Check out some highlights of the agenda below:

Developing Partnerships in Course Design

Dr Alexandra Mihai, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Research and Development (ERD), Maastricht University

Fireside chat: Balancing what we’ve missed against what we’ve gained

Dr Wendy Garnham, Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Director of Student Experience for the Central Foundation Year Programmes, University of Sussex

Dr Chris Headleand, Director of Teaching and Learning, School of Computer Science, University of Lincoln

Dr Chris Trace, Head of Digital Learning, University of Surrey

Pedagogy First, Implementing Digital Solutions During the Pandemic in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Nottingham

Dr Cecilia Goria, Digital Learning Director in the Faculty of Arts, University of Nottingham

Live Panel: Active Collaborative Learning and the Next Normal

Elaine Swift, Head of Digital Learning and Teaching, University of Worcester

Dr Rafe Hallett, Dean of Education, University of Keele

Prof Keith Smyth, Professor of Pedagogy and Head of Learning and Teaching Academy, University of the Highlands and Islands

It’s completely free, and we’d love for you to be there, whether you join us for one session, or the full 2 days! 

Check out the full agenda and register here, and please share the event with colleagues who might also be interested – whether they’re Talis Elevate users or not.

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