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UALL 2015 Annual Conference - outline Conference Programme and Registration

Making the Lifelong Learning University a Reality
11-13 March - University of Strathclyde, Glasgow 

The outline Conference Programme is now available and an online Registration Form - please do book your place, if you haven't already done so.

The Conference will start on the Wednesday evening with a Civic Reception at Glasgow City Chambers at which we welcome all our delegates, international members and guests to Glasgow.  This will be followed by two days conference and will finish on Friday with lunch.  The Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner will be held on the Thursday evening at the stylish House for an Art Lover, which was designed by Rennie Mackintosh.  At the Dinner there will be the 'UALL Awards Ceremony' where we make the UALL Award for 2015. We have an excellent shortlist of submissions for the Award.

We have international interest in the Conference, and a number of delegates already confirmed, including from our sister associations UPCEA (USA), EUCEN (Europe) and CAUCE (Canada). Following the success of 2014 we have arranged another International Panel for Friday morning.

Each year we introduce a new feature to the Conference, and for 2015 we have a new session presenting lifelong learning projects at Glasgow University. These include mid-career workplace learning, learning cities, provision in Russia, and university regional engagement.

We have had a good response to the Call for Papers and a number of requests for an extension to the deadline; we have now agreed to extend the deadline to 30 January 2015 – please visit the Conference Page on the UALL website for further details.

We very much look forward to seeing you in Glasgow.



 

 

 

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