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Please find below an invitation for you to join us in Sheffield for our annual learning and teaching conference which this year focuses on student engagement both in and out of the classroom. We have an exciting programme in place and this presents a great opportunity to reflect on and share practice with staff from Sheffield Hallam and across the sector.
I look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield in June.
Dr Graham Holden SFHEA
Director of Learning and Teaching | Learning Enhancement and Academic Development Directorate | Sheffield Hallam University | City Campus | Sheffield | S1 1WB | T: 01142253100 | M: 07810630346 | e: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> | Twitter: @GrahamJHolden
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Sheffield Hallam University would like to invite you to our annual Learning and Teaching Conference
'Student Engagement In and Out of the Classroom'
Date: Thursday 25th June 2015
Venue: Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus, S1 1WB
Registration: is now open! Register for the conference here<https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/ltconference/learning-and-teaching-conference-2015-programme/>.
This year's conference will consider the ways students are engaged in learning in and around their course. We will discuss what we do as higher education teachers, support staff and as student peers to make time at university a rich and inspiring learning experience.
The conference includes keynote presentations from Professor Simon Lancaster, University of East Anglia and our Deputy Vice-chancellor, Professor Liz Barnes. There will also be an informal forum in the afternoon facilitated by Professor Liz Barnes and key SHU colleagues: Re-imagining teaching through an exploration of learning spaces.
Engagement in this conference constitutes CPD relevant to gaining fellowship of the HEA and contributes to remaining in good standing for those who have fellowship.
You can join in the discussion @ #SHULT15<https://twitter.com/SHULTConference> [SHU Student Finance Twitter account] <https://mobile.twitter.com/#SHULT_Con>