‘Embedding Student and Staff Well-Being in the Curriculum’
Calman Learning Centre, Durham University
10 September 2019
The call for papers and registration for the 2019 3 Rivers Regional learning and teaching conference is now open.
Building upon the success of previous partnership events held by the region’s Universities (Teesside, Durham, Newcastle, Sunderland and Northumbria), our theme for 2019 is ‘Embedding Student and Staff Well-Being in the Curriculum’.
Contributions are welcomed on this and any other learning and teaching initiatives in higher-education in the format of either a 15 minute talk or a Show a Tell, where you can demonstrate a new learning and teaching initiative over coffee to the delegates. The event will be hosted by Durham’s Centre for Academic Development in the Calman Learning Centre.
Further details on the conference, including the keynote, registration and submitting a presentation proposal are available via the conference website here https://3riversnortheast.wordpress.com/
Note the call for papers closes on 15th March 2019 at 1pm, and registration will close on 19th April 2019. If you have any further queries or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The next annual North East Regional Three Rivers Learning and Teaching Conference will be held on the 17 March 2017 at Teesside University.
Now in its 10th year, this regional conference builds upon the success of previous partnership events held by the region’s Universities (Northumbria, Sunderland, Durham, Newcastle and Teesside). The conference title is ‘Transformations, Transitions & Territories’ and further information can be found on our website.
We would like you to participate in this year’s conference by submitting an abstract for a 20 minute paper presentation by 16th December 2016 that is focused on one of the following areas of the student journey:
- Transforming assessment
- Embedding employability
- Student access, retention, attainment and progression in higher education
- Internationalising higher education
- Flexible learning
- Student engagement through partnership
- Technology enhanced learning
- Education for Sustainable Development
Submissions are welcome from all staff at participating institutions and joint student/staff submissions are encouraged.
Please read the supporting information before writing your abstract.
Please submit abstracts by 16th December 2016.
Proposers will be informed of the outcome of the selection process in January 2017.
Conference bookings will open in the New year. Please see our the Three Rivers website for more information
For further information, please contact Rosa Spencer in Newcastle’s SDU or Richard Sober at Teesside.