The aim of the Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology's annual History conference is to provide a national and international forum for the development of History learning and teaching in higher education. There will be keynote speakers, plenary sessions, seminars and workshops on all aspects of practice: from discussions on current developments, reviews of research and innovation, and examinations of issues of strategic importance.
An international body of academics will address this year's conference on a diverse range of topics relevant to the teaching and learning of History in higher education. Highlight's include
- The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History
- International Students and Internationalisation
- Publishing and Textbooks in the Digital Age
- Teaching as a Postgraduate Student
- Exercises in Teaching Innovations
- Course Creation and Curriculum Review
Students and graduate teachers are very welcome to attend and may find the practical-based range of discussions on 2nd of April particularly relevant to their immediate career needs.
For more information including programme details please email the Subject Centre's History team at HEAHistorySubjectCentre@warwick.ac.uk
To book a place please return booking forms to Tracy Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 20 March 2009
Student bursaries are available to university students. For more information, please email Tracy Smith (email@example.com)
The 12th Annual Conference for Teaching and Learning in History dates are confirmed as 23rd to the 25th of March 2010. For more information see the link below.