2019 SOLSTICE and CLT Conference

Themes

The SOLSTICE and CLT Conference sessions will run as two parallel strands over two days, Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June 2019.

SOLSTICE Themes:

Creative deployment of technologies to enhance the student experience

Getting the best our of the VLE

Adding value to large group teaching using technology

Creative use of technologies in the classroom

Electronic assessment and feedback

Student induction into HE and the role of technology

Going beyond PowerPoint

Technologies and formative assessment

The role and use of online classrooms

MOOCS and developments in online course structures

Approaches to enhancement of learning, teaching and assessment

Postgraduate learners and learning

Technologies and internationalisation of the student experience

Lecture capture

Inclusive technologies

Evidence-based practice, pedagogic research

Simulation – from Classroom to Cyber Space

Learning Analytics – Pros and Cons

Others of topical interest

CLT Themes:

Student induction and transitions

Implications of post-16 curriculum changes re planning for induction and transitions

Making the first year experience a success

Assessment for learning

Retention focused practices

Adding value to large group teaching

Enhancing employability

Skills and information literacy

Academic writing

Teaching and supporting international students

Leading change in the teaching and learning arena

Internationalisation and international students’ experiences

Feedback

Emerging challenges and improving student success

Education for sustainable development

Peer mentoring

Inclusive practices

Personal tutoring

Evidence-based practice, pedagogic research

TEF and teaching excellence – lessons learned and next steps

REF 2021 – Implications for Learning and Teaching Research

Eliminating contract cheating

Others of topical interest

Guest Speakers

Wednesday 5th June 2019

Details will be announced shortly

Thursday 6th June 2019

Details will be announced shortly


Submit your Proposals & Abstracts here

The SOLSTICE and CLT Conference sessions will run as two parallel strands over two days, Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June 2019.

The call for proposals is now open please click on the link below:-

https://edgehill.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/2019solsticecltproposals

Information and Instructions for proposals

Book a place

Conference Fees:

£190 (excluding VAT) for one day (either Wednesday 5th or Thursday 6th June 2019), total cost including VAT £228

£270 (excluding VAT) for both days (Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June 2019), total cost including VAT £324

This includes, keynotes, conference sessions, refreshments and lunch.

Booking will open in January 2019

(Payment link will follow within 7 working days)

Key dates

September 2018 – Conference dates announced (5th and 6th June 2019)

October 2018 – Conference themes announced

November 2018 – Call for proposals

25th January 2019 – Deadline for proposals

5th February 2019 – Booking opens

19th February 2019 – Feedback to proposers

April 2019 – Programme announced

(tbc) May 2019 – Booking and payment deadline

(tbc) May 2019 – Joining instructions emailed out

5th and 6th June 2019 – SOLSTICE and CLT Conference

Venue

The SOLSTICE and CLT Conference is taking place in the Business School at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, UK.

Edge Hill University’s stunning campus is located in the heart of the North West, close to the thriving market town of Ormskirk an a short distance from Liverpool, Southport and Manchester.

Travelling to Edge Hill University

Campus Map

In previous years some delegates, particularly international delegates, have attended the SOLSTICE and CLT Conference and also taken the opportunity to explore some of North West England.

Accommodation

Contact us

For enquiries regarding the conference, please contact CLT by phone 01695 650750 or email clt@edgehill.ac.uk.

For updates about the conference, please follow us on Twitter:

@SolsticeCETL

@CLTatEHU

#SOLSTICE2019

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