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UALL Work and Learning Network Conference - 24 June 2016

The changing nature of learning through work
24 June 2016, Middlesex University

The theme of the Conference is managing the diverse needs of higher education; what are the implications of the changing nature of learning through work?  The conference will address:

  • workforce development, corporate degrees, and/or apprenticeships, as approaches that attempt to enhance prosperity and well-being by valuing people and organisations;
     
  • the changing role of higher education that embraces work and learning; 
     
  • the opportunities and challenges of facilitating and sharing practice e.g. the use of technology in learning and the upcoming teaching excellence framework.

The speakers include Professor Karen Evans, UCL and IOE.

Click HERE to book your place.  For further information, please contact Paul Stapleton/Francesca Jussa

 

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