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CALT unveils full 2013 Teaching and Learning Conference programme

19 March 2013

The UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT) has released details of all the speakers and papers that will be covered at the 'Embedding Skills and Employability in the Curriculum' conference, which will be held on Friday 19 April 2013.

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The conference, organised by CALT in conjunction with UCL Careers and E-Learning Environments (ELE), will feature two inspiring keynotes speakers - Jat Sahota and Arti Kumar (bios here) - and a selection of presentations, discussions and breakout sessions led by colleagues from across UCL. The full event programme is available to view on the CALT website.

Ken Marsden, Deputy Director of CALT, said: “The conference will be a fascinating showcase of best practice and curriculum developments that support students’ employability across UCL. Delegates will have the opportunity to help shape the future direction of student learning by participating in discussion and debate on a wide range of employability-related topics. The conference promises to be an exciting, interactive event and I very much look forward to seeing you there.”

The conference, which is now open for registration, will take place in the Wilkins Building and run from 9am-4pm on Friday 19 April 2013.

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