Learning from disruption: exploring what counts in higher education
|Date:||June 3 to June 4 - 2020|
3 & 4 June 2020
Registration for QAA Scotland’s online Enhancement Conference is now OPEN!
‘Learning from disruption: exploring what counts in higher education’ focuses on the evidence and experiences gathered from a period of disruption and asks how this might shape future higher education design, delivery and the wider student experience.
Taking place on 3 and 4 June 2020, the event will allow delegates from across the world to connect, exchange views, identify shared values and explore how higher education is likely to change, both as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic and to meet future challenges.
The event will include a range of perspectives: senior policy makers; programme leaders and practitioners; student representatives; and professional service staff. Confirmed contributors include:
- Keynote and Q&A with: Professor Mary Stuart, University of Lincoln
- Keynote and Q&A with: Professor Sally Kift, Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows
- Panel session with: Professor Thomas Crick, Swansea University; Professor Richard Watermeyer, University of Bristol; Professor Clare Peddie, University of St Andrews; and Mrs Helyn Gould, Strathclyde University
- Panel session with: Dr Heather Gray, Glasgow Caledonian University; Mr Sean Michael Morris, University of Colorado; and Dr Petrea Redmond, University of Southern Queensland.
We hope you’ll be able to join us!
Further information about this event, including how to register, is available on our booking site.