UALL 2014 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - CALL FOR PAPERS UPDATE

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Call for Papers - Update

We are delighted to let you know that a selection of papers from the Conference may be published in a special issue of the HEA journal Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences (ELISS), or if relevant another HEA journal. These will be published in the Autumn of 2014, and so we will need copy for editing by the time of the Conference.  If you would like your paper to be considered for this publication, please in the first instance write to the UALL Editor, Professor Bill Jones, copied to the UALL Administrator Lucy Bate. We will then send requirements – word length, style, etc.  The deadline for copy will be 31st March 2014.

The Conference has a reputation for offering opportunities for practitioners and researchers to present their work to the academic community. Papers, abstracts and other proposals are invited on the conference theme.  They may describe and discuss innovative developments and practice, and/or empirical or theoretical research.  Please send your proposal of no more than 300 words by 30 December 2013 to Lucy Bate.

The Conference is being held at University of London, Senate House from Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 April. 

Please see:  Conference flyer and Call for Papers and complete the Registration Form

The programme will include keynote presentations: national and international perspectives on current issues, workshop and poster sessions and network presentations.  It will be of particular interest to policy makers, senior management, academic providers in lifelong learning both nationally and internationally.

The keynote speakers are: Professor Diana Laurillard, Professor or Learning and Digital Technologies, Institute of Education, Dr Alison Le Cornu, Academic Lead (Flexible Learning), Higher Education Academy and Professor Penny Jane Burke, Professor of Education, University of Roehampton.

The Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner will be held at the Russell Hotel, Russell Square, London.




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