The theme for this year’s conference is Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Åsa Lindberg-Sand will talk about:
The scholarship of teaching and learning as part of the academic profession – variations and challenges
Read more about the opening speech here
Submissions to the conference do not, necessarily, have to be connected to the conference theme, but submissions connected to the theme will be prioritized if a selection needs to be done.
Who can submit an abstract?
If you are an instructing teacher, pedagogical developer, librarian or if you in some other way are interested in developing your knowledge of education quality and higher education learning, you are welcome to submit your abstract. Furthermore, you must have your employment at, or be collaborating with, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Kristianstad University or Linnaeus University.
For all presentation forms, an abstract of maximum 300 words needs to be submitted. The accepted abstract is made available to the conference participants before the conference on the conference web page.
The reviewers will consider:
- Relevance for the conference
- Abstracts connecting to the focus of the conference will be prioritized if a selection needs to be done
- Formulation of the abstract
The review is carried out with the point of departure in the requested session typ. The organizers may, if this is considered best, change the presentation form for the submission.
The submitted abstracts will undergo a peer-review.
Submit an abstract
Last date for submission of abstracts for the conference is 28 May 2017. Submission form
Register for the conference at the latest on 9 August, this date also applies to you who will be presenting. Registration form
The conference is free of charge for employees at Blekinge Institute of Technology, Kristianstad University and Linnaeus University.
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