This is a part-time, fully online course, and runs from September 2017 to April 2018. Open to higher education staff around the world, registration for our Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is ending on June 30th.
The underrepresentation of women in the most senior ranks and leadership positions in the academy is a global phenomenon. Dr Sarah Jane Aison will stress a new conceptual dimension to our understanding of this issue. The seminar will take place at the University of Sussex, UK.
I ti år har Center for Internationalisering og Parallelsproglighed (CIP) ved KU afholdt et årligt symposium, hvor formålet er at drøfte centrale problemstillinger vedrørende undervisnings- og arbejdssprog. I år afholdes symposiet under overskriften ”Underviserens rolle i styrkelsen af de studerendes akademiske sprogfærdigheder”.
The conference in Aarhus will play an important role in the joint international endeavour of developing and strengthening the discussions about the purpose and role of the university as an institution. The conference will, therefore, be central to the formation of an initiative to establish a lasting joint international academic venture into the philosophy of higher education.
The overall focus of this annual conference at SDU, Odense is active teaching and learning. This year the conference has a special focus on Blended Learning, by many considered "the new normal" within university teaching.
The SIG, Teaching and Learning in the International Classroom, will conduct a workshop where the importance of international students' sense of belonging to their learning is taken to consideration. How can we improve? What strategies and practices are possible for learning benefits? The workshop is being held in Copenhagen.
CHEER will bring together late and early career researchers for creative, regenerative and productive inter-generational conversations about social class, feminisms and identities in - and about - the academy. The seminar will take place at the University of Sussex, UK.
In the talk Asger Sørensen will reflect on contrasting ideas of the university, especially as they appear in various Hispanic perspectives. The Lunch Talk will take place in Copenhagen (with a video link to Campus Aarhus).
Neoliberalism and the audit culture have threatened to reduce the purpose of the university as an institution in the 21st century, putting the university into a legitimation crisis. The Lunch Talk will take place in Copenhagen (with a video link to Campus Aarhus).
This event will consider and discuss the cooperation of students and teachers at the university level in learning and teaching. It will both facilitate opportunities to present results of teaching and opportunities to share experiences with colleagues. The conference is being held in Estonia.