Widening Participation to University Study Through Flexible Delivery
|Date(s)||Friday 21 October 2005|
|Venue||Friends House, Euston Road, London|
|Organised by||ESCalate, FACE, Continuum|
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - Contact Derek.Young@stir.ac.uk for more information
This event starts at 9:30 until approx. 15:45
This one day conference, exploring the range of flexible delivery practices in Continuing Education/ Lifelong Learning, will provide the opporunity for practitioners to present case studies highlighting the use of flexible delivery as a methof of widening participation to university study.
By highlighting 'best practice' examples the conference will help to determine whether the methods of delivery currentlt used reflect and mirror the current drive towards widening flexible provision.
- "Putting the flex into flexibility" Professor Mike Osborne, University of Stirling
- "The quest for the Holy Grail: Changing pedagogies and curricula" Dr Liz Thomas, Higher Education Academy
- Professor John Storan, University of East London
The conference will take place at the Friends House, Euston Road, London.
Full details will be sent to registered participants.
Cost and booking
The delegate fee is £60 inclusive of lunch and refreshments please book your place by completing the attached form and returning it to:
Division of Academic Innovation and Continuing Education (DAICE)
University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA
Telephone: 01786 467949