Posted: by Verity Hilton in UALL News

2016 UALL Annual Conference, Oxford - Programme including Workshop Seminars

University of Oxford
The engaged university as a public good

16-18 March 2016

I’m pleased to bring you up to date with the preparations and arrangements for our Annual Conference.  The Annual Conference is the high point of the UALL year, and we are pleased that our 2016 Conference will be held at the University of Oxford between Wednesday, 16 and Friday, 18 March. 

We have received a very good response indeed to the Call for Papers.  The theme of: The engaged university as a public good is arousing much interest – please see the Conference Programme, which includes the workshop sessions

The Conference is being held at Rewley House, University of Oxford; the event will start with an informal dinner on Wednesday evening, 16 March, followed by two days Conference and it will close at lunchtime on Friday, 18 March.  The Drinks Reception, Conference Dinner and the presentation of the UALL 2016 Awards will take place in the Dining Hall, Trinity College on the Thursday evening.

The keynote speakers are:

Peter Horrocks CBE, Vice Chancellor, The Open University

Professor David Schejbal, Dean of Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning, University of Wisconsin, President UPCEA (University Professional and Continuing Education Association), USA

The registration form is attached – please return your form to Helen Trevisani 

Further details of the Annual Conference are available on the UALL website.

We very much look forward to seeing you in Oxford in March.

Of course, if you would like any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact Lucy Bate

Verity Hilton

Author Profile

Verity Hilton
UALL Administrator

Show Comments


Birkbeck University
Bishop Grosseteste University
University of Bristol
Brunel University
University of Cambridge
Dublin City
Durham University
Hong Kong
Middlesex University
Newcastle University
The Open University
University of Oxford
Trinity Saint David
University of York



  • Links with the major agencies in the sector, and opportunities for advocacy and contribution to policy formulation
  • Continuously-updated intelligence on policy, funding and strategy at the highest levels in the sector
  • Free or reduced price entry to conferences, seminars and workshops
  • Engagement with action, theoretical research and other funded activities
  • Opportunities for free or reduced price UALL publications
  • Membership of specialist networks, acting as communities of practice across the sector in; Employer engagement/CPD, Work-based learning, Widening participation and social inclusion, Women in lifelong learning, Student and staff development



American Association For Adult and Continuing EducationCanadian Association for University Continuing EducationEuropean University Continuing Education network Higher Education Lifelong Learning in Ireland Network (HELLIN)PASCAL International ObservatoryTurkish Council For Continuing Education (TUSEM)Association for Professional, Continuing, & Online Education (UPCEA)

Website Developed by F9 Web Ltd