Call for contributions: Teaching and Learning Conference 2022 – deadline extended


March 7th, 2022

Contributions from staff and students are now being invited for the university’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference, scheduled for Wednesday 27 April 2022.

A wide range of contributions are welcomed, from papers to posters to workshops and many more. All submissions should align with the conference title Teaching and Learning During Uncertainty – Sustainability and Empathy’ and the University’s Education and Student Experience Priorities.

The university is continuing our collaboration with Cambridge Scholars to publish an edited book of papers that are accepted for our Teaching and Learning Conference. Authors will be invited to develop their educational enquiry and outcomes in the form of a book chapter. We are currently underway with publishing content from the 2021 conference but here is a link to our 2020 publication: Meeting the teaching and learning challenges in 21st century higher education : universal design. This is a great opportunity to take a first step into educational publishing and you will be supported by an experienced team of editors.

Colleagues from the UK campus can submit their abstracts here.

Colleagues from UNNC or UNM campuses can submit their abstracts here.

Guidance for abstract submission, including review criteria, can be found on the Teaching and Learning Conference 2022 webpage.

The deadline for submissions has been extended, and is now Friday 18 March 2022.

Key Dates:

Deadline for contributions (abstracts): Friday 18 March 2022

Reviews completed: Friday 1 April 2022

Notification of review outcome: Monday 4 April 2022

You can register for the conference here.

If you have any questions, please contact uazdcl@nottingham.ac.uk.

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