Monthly Archives: January 2008

Methodology Website provides a free resource to researchers, students and university teachers who are interested in learning more about anything to do with research methods. is run by SAGE as a resource for anyone conducting qualitative or quantitative research and … Continue reading

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Conference: Podcasting for Education

Venue: University of Warwick 2 and 3 April 2008, 9.45 – 5.30pm This new conference, Podcasting for Education, is designed for all staff in further and higher education with responsibility for teaching and learning, the student experience and marketing and … Continue reading

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6th Learning & Teaching Symposium – Call for Proposals

6th Learning and Teaching Symposium Learning and Teaching for Retention Wednesday 5th March, 13:00-16:30 Ormskirk Campus (Lunch from 12 noon) This symposium has a specific focus on student retention, and the ways in which interventions centred on learning and teaching … Continue reading

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CLTR Seminar Series – next event

The next event in the CLTR Seminar Series is as follows: Wed 6th February 2008, 12:30-16:00 Critical Thinking and Tutors as Learners Facilitator: Dr Linda Rush (TLD) Please book your place through Ros Richards in Staff Development. A sandwich … Continue reading

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CLTR Annual Conference – Call for Proposals

Transitions and Transformations: Developing Learners and Learning Environments We are pleased to announce that the Seventh CLTR Learning & Teaching Research Conference will take place on Wednesday 4th June 2008 in the Education Building, Ormskirk Campus. Conference website Keynote … Continue reading

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