The Higher Education Expo 2013

The Higher Education Expo 2013
Thursday 17th October, Olympia Central, London

There are a few complimentary places left for the forthcoming Higher Education Expo, taking place on the 17th of October 2013 in central London.

The Higher Education Expo is a unique opportunity for leaders and managers in higher education institutions to debate the latest initiatives and issues as you work towards delivering greater choice and value for students, managing costs, increasing revenues, driving efficiencies and ensuring social mobility.

KEY THEMES OF THE EVENT INCLUDE:

  • Teaching and Learning
  • Funding and Finance
  • Student Recruitment
  • Access and Alternative Provision
  • Standards and Quality
  • ICT
  • Procurement
  • Research and Innovation

View the full details of the Higher Education Expo here

All seminars are FREE to attend, you just need to register your place here


As a lecturer who needs to know more about the changing landscape of higher education and your role within this, and want to better understand the impact on teaching and the HE curriculum, you will benefit by attending sessions such as the below:

Ensuring an Innovative Approach to Curriculum Development
– Dr Elizabeth Cleaver CDTE Director – University of Hull

Funding for High Cost and Vulnerable Subjects
– Lis Edwards Senior Policy Adviser – HEFCE

Making Mobile Learning Work
– John Traxler, Professor of Mobile Learning and Director of Learning Lab, University of Wolverhampton

Flexible and Online Working at the University of Southampton
– Professor Hugh Davis Director of the Centre for Innovation in Technologies and Education and Professor in Learning Technologies – University of Southampton

Learn more about the teaching and learning sessions for lecturers here

Register your FREE places today as there are now only a few places left.

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