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Teaching and Learning ‘Nano’ Conference

Event type

Topical Themes

Event bookings can only be created between

26/08/2021 - 25/01/2022

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Academic Development Team


The nano conference is a new offering for 2021-2022 aiming to keep us thinking, talking and sharing great practices related to topical themes in teaching, learning, assessment and the students' educational experience. Come along and hear more from students, colleagues and external speakers. Our contributors are passionate about Higher Education and are especially interested in developing hybrid teaching and learning experiences in the digital age, like you. These short but informative events connect back to previous conference conversations but keep us all moving forwards by helping us to evolve our own academic practices in current climates. These mini two hour conferences are facilitated by Academic Development. We would be delighted to see you there!

Please refer to the January agenda - https://tinyurl.com/ycxyb8zr

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What are the benefits?

These short events keep us sharing, conversing and focused on developing our academic practice in teaching and learning. The conversation keeps on rolling to include topics of interest and new themes. Colleagues learn as a community, get to hear more about what is happening and are able to leave this short event refreshed with new ideas and insights. The event aims to keep us connected as a community of educators at Coventry University, to enhance our sense of belonging, to keep us updated on changes in teaching, learning and assessment , and to utilise this event for your own Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Topics covered include:

Each of the three events run across the academic year offering information, shared practices, discussions and expansion on a number of key topical areas related to teaching and learning and the students learning experiences, and more …!

Who should attend?

Academic staff involved in teaching, learning and assessment; course teams, module leaders, course directors, new staff and everyone connected with the field of teaching and learning in Higher Education who wants to hear more, learn, change practices and be involved conversations/events that makes a real difference to students learning experiences.

Occasions for this event

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Occasion(s) Weekday Location Location status
Confirmed25/01/2022 10:30 - 12:30 Tuesday Confirmed