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Are you Interested in Presenting at The Teaching & Learning Conference?

Presenting at the Teaching and Learning Conference EUROPE is a chance for you to share your expertise among your peers and be acknowledged as a thought leader in the industry. Whether you’re an experienced speaker or brand new to presenting, we encourage you to participate and share the challenges from the past or present opportunities for the future.

We want to hear from you!

This year, we are looking for presentations that fit within educations core challenges:

STUDENTS, DATA AND MACHINES

The student experience is at the core of your mission and the centre of our solutions.

How does technology support student engagement and co-creation? Are you working in partnership with students to implement change and support the adoption of best practice in learning and teaching? Are you running a digital ambassadors’ or changemakers’ scheme with your students? We need to hear from you.

As AI, Machine Learning and Cloud technologies are increasingly popular in Higher Education, data rights, transparency, privacy and ethics need to be addressed to provide a safe space for learning. Share your thoughts and opinions with colleagues and experts within one of the most supportive and stimulating edtech community in Europe.

USING DATA AND ANALYTICS TO DRIVE LEARNER SUCCESS

You make institutional choices every day that may change the course of a learner’s life. Now, find out how to make data-informed decisions to close achievement gaps and improve student learning outcomes. Learn how institutions are leveraging data to drive learner success.

ENHANCING THE TEACHING AND LEARNING JOURNEY

Learners’ expectations are ever-evolving as the world and learning opportunities continue to change rapidly. Find out how leading academics and administrators across the region are approaching teaching and learning at their institutions. Our community is eager to hear from you about pedagogies underpinning Technology Enhanced Learning: From Problem Based Learning to gamification, including micro learning or digital storytelling… Come and share your experience.

OPTIMISING THE LEARNER EXPERIENCE

By optimising people and process, institutions can better identify students at risk, increase enrolment, improve retention, and enhance the overall educational journey. During these TLC sessions, learn how organizations are easing the student’s responsibilities outside of the classroom through process re-engineering, integrated technology systems, and nurturing faculty and staff interactions.

IMPLEMENTING INNOVATION AND CHANGE

Upgrading institution systems, adopting new technologies, or moving to the cloud can be a daunting task as you think about change management for educators and students. Hear best practices and tips from other institutions about how they approached these initiatives and improved the teaching and learning experience for their faculty, students, and staff.

FOSTERING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY

Emerging technologies continue to change how we support all learners regardless of learning style. Explore methods for ensuring you are building an inclusive learning environment, and that pedagogy, content, technology, and services are accessible for everyone.

We hope to bring together pedagogically great ideas behind teaching and learning technologies where the European communities can learn from the ways other institutions have implemented their strategies.

Guidelines for Presentations

  • The content of submissions should relate to the use of any of Blackboard’s Teaching and Learning technologies to solve challenges on and off-campus
  • Share your recent innovations from across our full suite of solutions, what’s coming next and how they support your institutions’ visions and strategies into the future
  • Sessions will usually be 25 or 55 minutes in length and can be given by one or more speakers/institutions on a topic of interest or case study with time for questions and answers.
  • Sessions may be co-presented with other speakers at the suggestion of the Proposals’ Reviewers.
  • All presentations must be 16:9 format.
  • Multiple submission entries may be made for different presentations
  • All prospective presenters must register their details to be considered
  • Deadline for submission is Friday, 13th March
  • Successful candidates will be notified via their registered email before Friday, 20th March

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