Is it too late to submit proposed papers?
Ailsa alerted us to the conference at the LTSN meeting at Liverpool
Can satisfy full paper deadline if acceptable.
Reader in Educational Technology
Liverpool Business School
>From: Andrea Rayner [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: 10 December 2001 09:33
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: BEST 2002 Call for papers
>BEST 2002 Call for papers deadline 17 December 2001
>8 10 April 2002, Edinburgh
>Supporting the Teacher: Challenging the Learner
>The BEST conference is aimed at both the experienced teacher and the
>novice, to provide a good platform for raising debate and to encourage
>excellence in current teaching methods. It will bring together
>academics who recognise the significance of effective
>and knowledge dissemination in management education.
>Papers addressing the following areas are called for:
>support structures for lecturers and teachers:
>critical perspectives on teaching practice
>institutional policy and management;
>academic review and quality assurance;
>curriculum and learning resources;
>the teaching-learning-research interface;
>support structures for students:
>innovative teaching and assessment;
>learner support and guidance;
>learners (and teachers) with special needs.
>We anticipate contributions from a wide section of the
>community, and that discussions that have been taken place
>year will be carried forward at the conference.
>Abstracts (500-600 words) should clearly describe the focus of
>and intended presentation and should be submitted to BEST
>Word format by
>17 December, 2001. Full papers should be received by:
>24 February 2002
>Our venue this year is one of the great conference destinations of the
>world: Edinburgh. A city of historical interest which also offers art
>galleries, botanical gardens and excellent shopping.
>We will be staying at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, which stands
>Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace on The Royal Mile, offering easy
>access by road, rail or air. The Crowne Plaza is a luxurious hotel
>offering a leisure club and several bars for relaxation.
>Ailsa H. S. Nicholson
>School of Management
>University of East Anglia
>Norwich NR4 7TJ
>Tel: 01603 593756 (direct)
> 01603 592312
>Fax: 01603 593343
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