Digital technologies are a core part of the movement to continuously innovate higher education pedagogy. Over the last decade technology has helped to improve and innovate educational techniques, practices and ideas, and has revolutionised how students learn, progress and complete their studies in universities. More widely, it has also helped to improve the inclusivity, accessibility and impact of higher-level study on a global scale.
However, recent substantial shifts in progress have necessitated a renewed focus on the impact technology can have on education, as well as further discussion on how it might develop in future contexts. The advent of Generative Artificial Intelligence, in particular, has posed significant challenges to teaching, learning and assessment, yet also constitutes a substantial opportunity to amend existing, or develop new, teaching practices.
The Learning and Teaching Conference therefore invites submissions themed on Digital Innovation in Education. The event will host Ignite sessions, roundtable discussions and workshops on this topic, and will host asynchronous content on Teams.
5 minute presentation and 5 minute discussion/Q&A
45 minute participatory session. Workshops should include an activity for participants to take part in
45 minutes discussion in a seminar-like format with participants seated around a table
Posters will be displayed in the 502HUB common area and will showcase your work/research
Slideshows will be played asynchronously on the screen in the common area and will showcase your work/research
Asynchronous Digital Demonstration
Maximum 10 minute pre-recorded video of a newly applied teaching and learning technique or technology you have piloted with students
Please use this link to submit a proposal for the conference.
If you have any questions or queries or would like to request information in an alternative format, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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