16th Annual SEDA Conference 2011

Using Technology to Enhance Learning

17 November 2011 - 18 November 2011

Location: Birmingham


The conference will be of particular interest to all those involved in promoting effective change in HE learning, teaching and educational development. This includes:

  • Academic and staff developers
  • Lecturers and teachers in further and higher education
  • National and institutional teaching fellows
  • Heads of academic schools and academic development
  • Learning technologists
  • Learner development staff
  • Quality assurance and enhancement policy makers
  • Higher Education Academy staff

The SEDA Conference Experience
SEDA seeks to create a relaxed, welcoming and positive atmosphere at conferences, which encourages open, constructive and supportive sharing of ideas, experience and practice.

Feedback from participants at recent SEDA conferences:

  • "The networking opportunities were excellent as ever. Professional updating and sharing ideas on the conference themes"
  • "The sessions I attended were up-to-date, scholarly, thought provoking, practical – really good"
  • "Good for networking with colleagues. Good range of workshops to choose from and I did pick up good ideas and things to take back and try"
  • "Have come away with some ideas that I can develop and 3 new contacts"

Conference Venue
The conference will be held at the Aston Business School Conference Centre, which is located in Birmingham city centre, just a five minute taxi ride or fifteen minute walk from New Street Station. Fully residential delegates will be accommodated on-site in ensuite bedrooms.
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