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Last chance to book your place at 2015 Annual Conference, Glasgow

UALL 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE - Deadline for Registrations
Making the Lifelong Learning University a Reality
11-13 March - University of Strathclyde, Glasgow


The UALL Annual Conference is now just two weeks away - and I'm delighted to say that all the planning has now been completed. We have a very full timetable of activities, wonderful venues for the Conference, the Civic Reception and the Dinner, and an excellent number of delegates from our UALL UK 'four nations' and abroad. You will find once again our ever-popular attractions - the Book Launch, the UALL Awards ceremony, the International Panel - and a new feature, a multi-presentation session on research projects at Glasgow University – see Full Conference Programme.

The Conference will be housed in the brand-new Technology and Innovation Centre at Strathclyde University, all within Glasgow City Centre with its fine historic architectural heritage. We've organised a tour of these historic buildings on Friday afternoon.

Some places remain - so, if you haven't booked, do take this opportunity to join us on our flagship event of the UALL year. Stimulating academic sessions, distinguished guests, first-rate hospitality and a chance to meet a great variety of delegates and renew old friendships.

Please register by Tuesday, 3 March by completing the Online Registration Form

 

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