2006 Teaching & Learning Conference
8 March 2006
The UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2006 takes place on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 March in the Wilkins Building at the heart of the Gower Street Campus.
The opening keynote address entitled "Reflecting on the future of e-learning" will be given by Professor Diana Laurillard, Chair of Learning with Digital Technologies at the Institute of Education, University of London and an Honorary Fellow of UCL. She was previously head of the government's e-Learning Strategy Unit at the Department for Education and Skills. Diana also delivered the keynote at the first UCL biennial Teaching and Learning Conference in 1998 and she will take this opportunity to consider how our landscape has changed and what might be in prospect.
The programme of the 2006 conference and associated exhibition comprises 38 presentations and workshops (in plenary and parallel session), 18 demonstrations and 12 posters. The contributors come from 45 departments, centres and institutes. Full details, including abstracts and online registration, are now available here.
Attendance - including the closing buffet reception - is free. However staff are asked to register online.
For enquiries contact the Conference Co-ordinator Sara Kelly or telephone X30004 (internal), +44 (20 7679 0004 (external).
This Conference is organised by EISD under the auspices of ESCILTA (the Executive Sub-Committee for Innovations in Learning, Teaching and Assessment).
Professor Peter Mobbs (Chair, ESCILTA)
Professor Roland Rosner (Director, EISD)
Image: Professor Laurillard