Inspire – sharing great practice in Arts and Humanities teaching and learning

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The HEA is delighted to announce a two-day teaching and learning in Arts and Humanities conference, which will take place on 3–4 March 2016 at The Waterfront Hotel in Brighton.

The keynote speakers are National Teaching Fellows Jonathan Worth, Newcastle University Open Lab and Dr Kirsten Hardie, Arts University Bournemouth, and the theme for the conference is how can we inspire, support and share excellent practice in Arts and Humanities teaching and learning. Each of the conference streams focus on aspects of our pedagogical practice which support engaged learning and student success. Teaching quality has recently moved up the policy agenda and this conference provides a great opportunity for delegates to contribute to the debate.

Conference programme

Download an overview of the conference programme here.

Abstracts for papers and presentations can be read by following the links below:

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Throughout the year we will also be holding workshops and other events devoted to disciplines. You can find out more about these on our events pages.

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Event Address: 
The Waterfront Hotel
Brighton
BN1 2GS
United Kingdom
Event start date: 
Thursday, 3 March, 2016 - 10:00