Academic & Student Affairs

Learning and Teaching Events

The Teaching and Learning Events for 2014-2015 are currently being finalised. Further details will be added as they become available.


Guest Speaker Series 2014-15

 

Motivating Student Learning

Dr Kate Exley, Higher Education Consultant

19 May 2015, 1.30 pm - 4.30 pm, Canada Room/Council Chamber

Further details

 

 

Fit for purpose: diversifying assessment for 21st century education

Sue Bloxham, Emeritus Professor of Academic Practice at the University of Cumbria and higher education consultant

4 December 2014, 10.00am - 1.00pm, The Senate Room

Further details (15.3KB); Click here for Sue's Presentation (3.21MB)

 

 

Engagement Teaching in Engineering and the Physical Sciences

Professor Wayne Seames, Fulbright Distinguished Chair at Leeds University

12 January 2015, 10.00am - 1.00pm, Seminar Room 1, IPSC

Further details (17.2KB)

Engaging Home and International Students: A Practical Theory

Dr Rachel Scudamore, University of Nottingham

25 February 2015, 1.30pm - 4.30pm, Seminar Room 1, IPSC

Further details (14.4KB) Click here for Rachel's presentation


Higher Education Lunchtime Forums 2014-15

 

Blogging in Teaching and Learning

Led by Dr Suzel Reily, School of Creative Arts.

11 March 2015, 1.00pm - 1.55pm, Geography Building, 0G/033 (sandwich lunch provided).

Further details, click here (33.2KB)

 

Current developments in Widening Participation at Queen's

The Widening Participation Team (Paula Moran, Deirdre Lynskey and Patricia Hampson). 

19 November 2014, 1.00pm - 1.55pm, Old Staff Common Room 

Further Details, click here (32.9KB)


2015 CED Conference

Blending the Learning: incorporating technology in your teaching

The Forthcoming CED Annual Conference on the theme of e-Learning will be held on Thursday 25th June 2015, 9.30am - 3.30pm, Canada Room and Council Chamber.

We are pleased to confirm that the keynote speakers will be:

  • Professor Mark Brown, Director, National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University
  • Russell Stannard freelance consultant in ICT and Education and part-time Principal Teaching Fellow, University of Warwick