Call for contributions to the 2020 European Learning & Teaching Forum

EUA and the Learning & Teaching Steering Committee are inviting proposals for paper presentations and workshops at the 2020 European Learning & Teaching Forum ‘Balancing tradition and change’, hosted by Utrecht University in the Netherlands from 13 to 14 February 2020. The deadline to submit proposals is 1 October.

The European Learning & Teaching Forum is an EUA event that provides an opportunity for participants to meet and discuss developments in learning and teaching at European universities. The Forum builds on EUA’s work with its member universities on this topic. Alongside the bottom-up approach, the Forum makes use of EUA’s extensive policy work in European higher education.

University education has changed significantly in recent decades, and continues to do so, as the expectations of students, stakeholders and society towards universities evolve. This process is further influenced by universities’ diverse historical, disciplinary and regional backgrounds. The 2020 European Learning & Teaching Forum explores how institutions balance tried and trusted practices and innovative approaches to learning and teaching in a dynamic and increasingly digital and international environment.

Leadership and management in higher education institutions, students, policy makers and other interested stakeholders are invited to submit proposals for presenting – either in the form of a presentation or a workshop – current practice or research. The proposed topics are expected to relate to the Forum theme. Proposals related to the topics of the 2019 Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups are also welcome: internationalisation in learning and teaching, evidence-based approaches to teaching, student assessment and curriculum design. For more information, please consult the call.

Further information about the Forum is available on the event webpage. For updates, follow #EUALearnTeach on Twitter and/or join the LinkedIn group ‘Learning & Teaching in European Higher Education’.

In case of questions, please contact LTForum@eua.eu.

 


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