Organised by 5 leading universities in Hong Kong, this conference is an excellent opportunity for English teaching professionals to meet, network, discuss, learn from each other and explore opportunities for greater collaboration to encourage and sustain interactive communities of practice.
The Second Call is now open. The goal of the ICED 2020 conference at ETH Zurich is to foster a future-oriented exchange and discussion among ICED members on how university faculty may be enabled to forge, from the students of today, the future-ready graduates of tomorrow.
The overall theme of the EFYE2020 conference is “One for all – all for one” highlighting that both first year students, older students, academic teachers and administrative staff all have an important part to play in integrating the newly arrived students in the best possible way.
Questions about the meaningfulness of higher education and academic practice are clearly a significant issue in contemporary higher education globally. In much current debate and scholarship on universities, academic work and higher education, questions are being raised about meaningfulness either directly or indirectly.
This conference will focus on the following theme: 'HEIs coping with external and internal challenges'. Preference will be given to great proposals related to the conference theme, but the EUREDOCS conference also provides an open track option to allow other PhD students working on other European topics and issues in Higher education research to contribute to the conference.
“The crisis of the university” is a familiar topos in contemporary discussions about higher education. It is said that the University is facing untold threats. This conference poses the question: Is this really the case? And, if so, what exactly is being threatened?
The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning invites you to join its 17th annual conference with the theme: 'Sustainable Education through SoTL: Practices and Cultures'. The conference will be hosted in Perth, Western Australia.
This course offers an in-depth exploration of qualitative methods within the field of science education. It will provide tools, knowledge and guidelines to the doctoral students in general and more particular support the doctoral students in developing their own methodologies.