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Over 180 people attended the University’s 12th Annual Learning and Teaching conference last week at the Foresight Centre – the highest number of delegates recorded at the conference so far.
Attendees included academic and professional services colleagues from all levels of the institution and students, together with Professor Youmin Xi and other senior colleagues from Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) who attended as part of their visit to the International Festival for Business.
Professor Kelvin Everest, PVC for the Student Experience with Dr Anne Qualter, Director of Academic Development and Lifelong Learning and Professor Pat Thomson at the L&T conference.
Innovative learning and teaching practice
Organised by the Academic Development division of the Centre for Lifelong Learning, the conference provides an excellent forum for colleagues to share innovative learning and teaching practice across the institution.
Professor Pat Thomson from Nottingham University presented a thought-provoking keynote speech focusing on higher education in the world of digital and social media. This was followed by 45 different workshop presentations, showcasing a wide variety of innovative learning and teaching developments across the institution. The day closed with sessions from each of the three faculties, with themes chosen by the Faculty Student Experience Leads, and a presentation entitled ‘A Liverpool Education in China’ from Stuart Perrin, the Dean of Learning and Teaching at XJTLU.
Details of the full conference programme and all the workshops abstracts are available via: http://www.liv.ac.uk/eddev/l-and-t-conference/.
For advice and support with any aspect of Learning and Teaching, contact details can be found at: http://www.liv.ac.uk/cll/.
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