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Call for papers for CALT's employability-themed Teaching and Learning Conference

28 November 2012

The UCL Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CALT) has invited submissions from those who would like to present papers, posters or films at its 2013 Teaching and Learning Conference, the theme of which will be employability.

Presentation at a UCL conference

The conference will be held on Friday 19 April 2013. Proposals may take any of the following formats:

  • Papers (15 minutes): these can take the form of a reflective evaluation of an effective practice or a presentation of some initial research not yet fully realised
  • 2D posters (maximum size A1)
  • Digital film (maximum length five minutes)
  • Panel (one-hour session)

Proposals should be submitted using the electronic form on the CALT website, where more details can also be found.

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