SEDA Spring Teaching Learning and Assessment Conference 2012

The Student Journey

17 May 2012 - 18 May 2012

Location: Queen Hotel, Chester

Conference Themes:·
  • Student transition     
  • Engaging students in their learning design and /or assessment       
  • Students as researchers      
  • The student voice in staff professional development       
  • Preparing students for work

The SEDA Conference Experience

SEDA prides itself on creating 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 informal atmosphere made it a pleasant, enjoyable yet very useful conference with plenty of networking opportunities. Thanks!”
  • ”Hands on – good balance of theory and discussion! Keep the interactive element alive!” 
  • “Gives an opportunity to see the larger picture and discuss new ideas with colleauges.”


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

  • Educational and academic developers       
  • Staff developers and human resources personnel        
  • Higher Education Academy staff·       
  • Lecturers and teachers in further and higher education·       
  • National and institutional teaching fellows       
  • Managers of academic departments       
  • Educational technologists       
  • Quality assurance and enhancement policy makers

Conference Venue

We are returning, by popular demand, to the Queen Hotel at Chester. This quirky but comfortable hotel is located just across the road from the railway station 
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