CELebrate 2017 – don’t forget to submit your abstract!

cel_calendar_sqCall for abstracts for the CELebrate 2017 conference. .

The theme of this one day regional conference, organised by the BU Centre for Excellence in Learning (CEL), is Assessment & Feedback, and we welcome abtracts for presenting your ideas at the conference, whether this is to report on and share pedagogic research or to report on and share your experiences of  teaching and learning. We would like to encourage staff and students to submit abstracts. The date of the conference is June 13th 2017 and it will be held in the Fusion Building, Talbot Campus. The keynote speaker is Professor Dai Hounsell.

Further details about the conference can be found in the CEL blog and there will be regular updates in the CEL blog and in the weekly digest.

The closing date for abstracts is8th May

Abstracts can be about anything related to assessment and feedback; including trying something new  – perhaps something from the I-innovate events; evaluating new or more established methods of teaching or assessment;  or student responses to assessment and feedback. This is an opportunity to share with, and learn from, colleagues across the university and wider.  There are opportunities to run a workshop, present a paper or present a poster.

This year we are using the Bristol Online Survey (BOS) tool, which you can find in the TEL Toolkit if you would like to use it for teaching and learning activities. If you would like to leave your feedback about your expereince of using BOS to submit your abstract there is space to do this on the last page.  To access the online abstract submission pages please use the following link.

We look forward to receiving your abstracts and to your participation in the conference.

Anne Quinney: CEL Theme Leader for Assessment and Feedback

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