The Learning and Teaching Conference poster competition is now open and Newcastle University staff and students can vote for 3 posters that they find most inspirational. Winners will be announced at the end of the conference on 3 April 2019.
You can view the posters on sway (you will be prompted to log in to view these) and then submit your votes on the voting page.
Conference delegates will be able to browse the posters during registration and over lunch, where presenters will be available to answer any questions. Voting will close at 3pm (GMT) on the 3 April 2019.
Find out full information about this year’s conference on the conference website.
If you have any questions please get in touch LTDS@ncl.ac.uk
The full programme is now available.
Please note due to the high number of delegates registered to attend the conference we have moved the Strand C Presentation sessions at both 10:30 and 14:00 to The Boiler House.
We are looking forward to welcoming delegates for a range of sessions including:
- Professor Suzanne Cholerton, PVC Learning and Teaching, who will introduce the new education strategy for Newcastle University.
- Keynote presentation on Learning Gain from Dr Camille Kandiko Howson, Academic Head of Student Engagement, King’s College London.
- A range of fascinating guest speakers invited from partner higher education providers.
- A lively mix of hands on workshops, presentations, lightning talks and posters, with the opportunity to showcase your own excellent and effective teaching.
- Opportunities to network with colleagues involved in Learning and Teaching from across the institution.
You can also view abstracts from all of the presenters in this abstract booklet.
Thank you to staff for all of the high quality poster submissions for this years Learning and Teaching Conference.
Voting is now open and you can view the posters and select the three you find most inspirational for your practice on the voting webpage
The vote will remain open throughout the conference closing at 3pm on 21 March 2018. The winner will be announced by Professor Suzanne Cholerton, PVC Learning and Teaching, at the Presentation and Awards drinks reception.