You are invited to submit a proposal for the Transforming Feedback in higher education conference in three possible formats:
- Micro-presentation: An opportunity to address the whole conference with your evaluation or research on feedback in a 5-minute oral presentation, you may accompany your presentation with an appropriate number and style of slides. Timing will be strict. There will be 5 minutes for the audience to respond to your presentation with comment or questions for you to consider.
- Round table presentation: An opportunity to share innovative practice and research with 3 minute initial presentations contributing to critical discussion, you may accompany your presentation with a hard copy handout or web link. Topics e.g. an example of a successful innovation in your institution, successful implementing a specific assessment change, an effective technique for engaging staff, ideas for research and development projects, and others. There will be up to 8 other presenters within a one-hour session and other interested conference delegates will join the group and contribute to discussion. Timing of initial presentations, focused clearly on the key issue you are tackling, will be up to 3 minutes
- Evaluation or Research Presentation: Present your evaluation or research project, focused on feedback, more formally with a maximum of 15 minutes for presentation. You may provide a paper or web link to support your presentation. There will be 15 minutes for discussion.
Concise title (140 characters) 200 word Colleagues wishing to share practice through an oral micro presentation or round table presentation are asked to submit a 200 word abstract. In addition to the 200 words you may like to include a website link and one or two key references. Colleagues wishing to contribute a formal 15-minute presentation are required to submit a 500 word abstract. You may include up to six key references.
Early Bird Rate £220.00. To register for this event please book on-line here
For general enquiries please contact Linda Shore at email@example.com
If you would like to discuss the relevance of your project to the conference please contact one of the convenors: Kay Sambell K.Sambell@napier.ac.uk Nicola Reimann firstname.lastname@example.org or Pete Boyd email@example.com;