The Higher Education Academy’s First Annual Arts & Humanities Conference


Pedagogies of Hope and Opportunity                     

The HEA’s First Annual Arts & Humanities Conference

Blu Radisson Hotel, Glasgow

29–30 May 2012


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Unprecedented changes in UK higher education are placing the Arts & Humanities under particular scrutiny and pressure.


Pedagogies of Hope and Opportunity is the HEA’s first annual conference dedicated solely to enhancing learning and teaching in Arts & Humanities and the experience for students.


Over two days and 30 parallel sessions and interactive workshops, the conference will explore the latest developments and current, creative and innovative practice:


·         Curriculum design

·         Innovations in learning and teaching

·         Technology-enhanced and e-learning

·         Assessment and feedback

·         Employability

·         Internationalisation


Keynote speakers:

Professor Giovanni Schiuma, Professor of Innovation and Knowledge Management, Scientific Director of the Centre for Value Management, Universita degli Studi della Basilicata, Italy.


Professor Linda Drew, Acting Deputy Director and Director of Academic Development, Glasgow School of Art.


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Thank you



Dr Jennie Osborn

Academic Development Officer (Resources, Seminars and Events), Arts and Humanities


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