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UALL 2014 Annual Conference - Conference Programme including Workshop Seminars

Transforming pedagogy? Flexible learning, teaching and innovation in the 21st century
9-11 April at University of London, Senate House

The updated Conference Programme with the Workshop Seminars is now available.  We are delighted to have such a full and varied programme, which I hope you agree offers a fascinating range of approaches to our theme. 

We have international interest in the Conference, and a number of delegates already confirmed, including from our sister associations UPCEA (USA) and CAUCE (Canada). Following the success of 2013 we have arranged another International Panel for Friday morning. Our keynote speakers are now confirmed: Professor Diana Laurillard, and Professor Penny Jane Burke, and Dr Alison Le Cornu from the Higher Education Academy (HEA). The HEA are, incidentally, interested in working with UALL on the lifelong learning dimensions of flexible pedagogy.

We have two book launches at the Conference on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings.  The Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner will be held at The Grand Connaught Rooms on the Thursday evening. We have also been offered their top menu - engagingly known as the 'Titanic Menu'. At the Dinner there will also be the 'UALL Awards Ceremony' where we make the UALL Award for 2014.  We have an excellent shortlist of submissions for the Award.

Please book your place and return the Registration Form as soon as possible.

If you require further information, please contact Lucy Bate

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