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SEDA Annual Conference 2010

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SEDA - Roz Grimmitt <[log in to unmask]>

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SEDA - Roz Grimmitt <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 19 Jul 2010 17:07:51 +0100

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Dear Colleagues

Take advantage of early bird registration and the opportunity to make
payment before your budget year-end by booking now for the forthcoming
SEDA Annual Conference on 16 - 17 November 2010 in Chester.

Developing ourselves: a conference for educational developers, by
educational developers

Come and enjoy a different kind of event at the SEDA conference this
November.  This event marks a return to the original focus of the
November conference on the role and needs of educational developers
rather than of the sector as a whole. As an educational developer or in
a related role you will be able to engage with your peers in your own
professional development through participation in the following strands
which will run throughout the two days: 

*	Professional Development 
*	Curriculum Development 
*	Evaluating Impact and Value for Money 
*	Leading Educational Change 
*	Educational Developers as Scholars. 

You will be able to move between strands according to your interests and
to take advantage of the different presentations, workshops and group
activities planned for each.

Other highlights of the conference will include presentations from David
Green (Seattle University) and Glynis Cousin (University of
Wolverhampton), focused on where educational development has come from,
where we are now and where we are going and a focus on 'big issues'
including sustainability, graduate attributes, access to HE and the
student voice. There will also be opportunities to walk the labyrinth,
to contribute your thoughts to the Reading Group and to focus on
yourself and on your needs.

Although using a different format, SEDA's tradition of providing you
with plenty of opportunities for convivial networking within the
programme and social events will continue and be much in evidence. These
latter will include a drinks reception and a conference dinner on the
evening of 16th November. The conference will be held in Chester's
centrally-located  Queen Hotel providing you with opportunities to
explore the quirky features which characterise this comfortable and
welcoming hotel and to visit the beautiful historic city of Chester.

To take advantage of early bird registration book your place now by
visiting http://www.seda.ac.uk/?p=14_2&e=409

The programme for the conference will also be available on the website
shortly.

Rosalind L Grimmitt (Ms)
SEDA Administrator
SEDA
Woburn House 
20-24 Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9HF

tel: +44 (0)20 7380 6767
fax: +44 (0)20 7387 2655
email: [log in to unmask]
www.seda.ac.uk


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