UCL has been holding internal teaching and learning conferences in a variety of forms to share interesting practice and stimulate discussion for nearly 20 years.
Every year the UCL Education Conference (formerly the Teaching and Learning Conference) brings together the UCL education community to share innovative and exciting practice and highlight solutions to perennial challenges in teaching and learning. Staff and students present in a range of formats about any issue pertinent to teaching and learning, and sessions are designed to facilitate discussion among the whole UCL community.
Emphasis on inclusive education
We welcome contributions relating to any aspect of education at UCL. All proposals must foreground initiatives and practice that have made progress towards inclusive learning.
Abstracts must not exceed 300 words.
In 2019 we welcome contributions relating to any aspect of education at UCL, but are particularly interested in successful examples of inclusive teaching and learning, including but not limited to:
- BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) attainment
- inclusive and creative assessments
- widening participation
- accessibility for students requiring additional support
- using technology to improve learning; open-access resources
- personal tutoring, and;
- support and well-being provisions
UCL Education conference programme
The programme for UCL Education conference 2019 will be available in early 2019. Confirmed guest speakers:
- Anne-Marie Canning MBE, Director of Social Mobility and Student Success, King’s College London
- Dominique Thompson (private NHS medical doctor, Director, Bristol Students’ Health Service, Hon Sec Student Health Assoc & NICE Eating Disorders Guidelines cttee)
- Abstract deadline: 27 January 2019, 16:00
- Notification of accepted abstracts: 01 February 2019
- UCL Education Conference: 01 April 2019
In 2017 the annual UCL Education conference was replaced by the Connecting Higher Education conference. UCL hosted this international conference, co-developed by UCL, McMaster University (Canada) and the University of Adelaide (Australia).