Each webinar in the Playful University Platform Thematic Webinar Series features authors from two special issues of the Journal of Play in Adulthood and will include both presentations based on the published articles as well as activities exploring the theme and approach to playful higher education.
Professor Jan Masschelein will discuss how the university as gatherings of people, structures, and things can create, sometimes, a way a being with/in the world which we might think of as 'publics' of various scales. The lecture will be followed by a SIG meeting in HEPP with follow-up discussions.
Keeping international classrooms alive through virtual mobility ; The Danish Health Visitor Scheme 1937-1980: between state and God ; Asserting the Nation: Comparative studies on the rise of neo-nationalism in higher education ; You just have to learn to play the game: Regret, resentment, resignation and responsibility in narratives of academic precarity ; Student activism as productive ‘nagging’? Inclusion, free speech and critical spaces for learning.
In this interactive online workshop, the participants will share strategies and tools for enabling students and staff to be involved in the international classroom whether or not they can physically cross national borders.
The Sector Network for Responsible Conduct of Research (SAF) and the DUN Special Interest Group on Higher Education Policy and Practice would like to invite you to a one-day seminar to discuss current practices and challenges in relation to creating a culture of research integrity and responsible research practices.
SDU Universitetspædagogik inviterer til sin årlige konference om aktiverende undervisning og aktiv læring. Årets særlige fokus er på Onlineundervisning under og især efter Covid19-nedlukningen: Hvad har vi lært, og hvad kan vi tage med efter genåbningen?
Den sidste del af et studieforløb kan være spændingsfyldt og udfordrende. På denne temadag sætter vi fokus på forhold, som kan få betydning for, hvordan vejlederen kan støtte den studerende bedste muligt i denne fase af uddannelsen.
Åbent SIG seminar om temaer i ny universitetspædagogisk forskning og deres betydning for førsteårspædagogisk praksis. Vi får besøg af Maria Hvid Stenalt, Andrea Fransiska Møller Gregersen og Eva Ulstrup, som alle tre har forsvaret deres ph.d.-afhandlinger i 2021. Maria, Andrea og Eva vil fortælle om deres projekter, hvad deres problemstilling var, hvordan de undersøgte deres problem, og hvad der kom ud af det.
The event, now in its fourth edition, has become an important meeting for academics and other professionals that are interested in higher education and the challenges and contradictions that characterize academic work and responsibility in turbulent times.
ICED22 will address the role and responsibility of educational developers in coping with the 17 Global Goals of sustainability. Apart from being one of the goals in its own right, education plays a pivotal role if the global goals for a sustainable future shall be achieved. Educational developers in higher education have a particular responsibility for educating the researchers, professionals, experts etc. to increase our understanding of challenges and propose solutions to move the goals forward.
The aim of the HoBid Summer School is to offer young academics in higher education research a platform for working on their projects, for further education and for networking. HoBid 2022 invites young academics to discuss and advance their research in the light of diversity.