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2015 Conference Assessment and Feedback

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The UH Annual Learning and Teaching Conference will be held on Thursday 7th May 2015


To build on the collegiate approach of previous conferences, and to consider the challenges associated with assessment and feedback, this year’s annual Learning and Teaching Conference theme is “Assessment and Feedback”.

The morning session of the conference will include a plenary keynote and parallel strands for presentations. We welcome submissions for presentations associated with assessment and feedback practice.


The afternoon session will include a one hour slot to share quick assessment ideas and assessment challenges. This will be a series of five minute presentations/pitches.

The “Something to share” session will be themed around the following:

·         Quick wins

·         Assessment and feedback at our Partner Institutions

·         Assessment challenges

·         Assessment redesign


We also welcome proposals to present at the conference. The deadline for submitting proposals is 12 noon on Monday 2nd March 2015.

To submit a proposal please complete the conference contribution form and email the form (plus an image for the conference booklet) to Lesley Bodman (l.1.bodman@herts.ac.uk) by 12 noon on March 2nd 2015


We expect that this will be a stimulating, creative and enjoyable day and we welcome your participation. The conference will be held in the Lindop building on the College Lane site. Lunch and refreshments will be provided and attendance is free. Numbers are limited, so please reserve your place via the following link Events Manager – Annual Learning and Teaching conference


For further information please contact Helen Barefoot (h.barefoot@herts.ac.uk); Dominic Bygate (d.bygate@herts.ac.uk) or Karen Clark (k.clark@herts.ac.uk )