Invitation and registration
The conference is a collaboration between Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), Kristianstad University (HKR) and Malmö University (Mau). Employees at other higher education institutions in Lärosäten Syd are also welcome to participate.
The conference is designed as a traditional academic conference with presentations of research or development projects with subsequent discussion, roundtable discussions on substantiated issues, best practice presentations based on reflected experience, two presentations by our keynote speakers and a joint conclusion. By presenting, you contribute to the common teacher learning and it becomes possible for the participants to take part in and develop the higher education pedagogical subject area. After the conference, there are opportunities to publish a complete paper in conference proceedings.
This year’s conference will be held partly on the Karlskrona campus but also partly digitally via Zoom. We can accommodate 50 participants on campus. With more people enrolled on campus, participants from the organizing higher education institutions have priority.
We want all presenters to participate on site at the Karlskrona campus.
The conference is free of charge.
Submit an abstract
Who can submit?
If you are a teaching teacher or doctoral student, educational developer, librarian or otherwise interested in developing your knowledge of education quality and learning in higher education, you are welcome to submit your contribution. You must also have your employment at, or collaborate with, some higher education institution in Lärosäten Syd.
For all presentation forms, an abstract of a maximum of 300 words must be submitted. The adopted abstract is made available to the conference participants before the conference on the conference website.
The assessors will consider:
- Relevance to the conference.
- Potential to support development in higher education.
- Clearly expressed higher education pedagogical issue / problem and implementation.
- Conclusions or reflective reasoning.
Abstracts related to the conference theme are prioritized when selection must be made.
The assessment is made based on the type of session desired. The organizers can, if deemed necessary, change the form of presentation of the grant.
Entries undergo a peer review.
The last day to submit an abstract is May 30.