TILT Course Leader Conference 2018
CADQ and TILT welcome course leaders and their nominees to this one-day conference.
- From: Tuesday 10 April 2018, 9 am
- To: Tuesday 10 April 2018, 4 pm
- Location: Teaching and Learning Building, Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS,
- Booking deadline: Tuesday 3 April 2018, 11.59 pm
This day of practice exchange is intended to equip course leaders with a better understanding of the requirements of the role and practical and innovative tools for course leadership.
Parallel workshops will use case studies and scenarios, online resources, and a range of activities to explore approaches to academic leadership, course design and enhancement, student support, and professional development.
The conference will be opened by Vice-Chancellor Professor Edward Peck with an overview of relevant developments, and a celebration of course leader contributions to recent institutional successes.
NTSU President Martha Longdon and VP Education Jelena Matic will introduce this year’s keynote speaker.
Entitled “Toothless tiger, hidden linchpin: the shape of course leadership in the UK,” the keynote address will be delivered by Dr Sam Ellis, Senior Lecturer in Academic Development at Glasgow Caledonian University. A former course leader himself, Sam has just finished editing a book on course leadership and will share some insights from his research in this area.
The final session of the day will give course leaders the opportunity to network informally with each other and with workshop presenters.
TILT Course Leader Conference 2018: Celebrating Success
10 April 2018, Teaching and Learning Building, Clifton Campus
Registration: Lecture Theatre 4
Lecture Theatre 3
TLP004: Integrating SCALE-UP at course level
Pamela Henderson (Law), Natalie Martin (Social Sciences), Zena Rashid and Helen Puntha (CADQ)
TLP005: Degree Apprenticeships: everything you need to know – from policy to course design and development
Mark Sergeant (Social Sciences)
Sandy Cope, Geraldine Harrison, Liam Duffy (Organisational Development)
Rebecca Rock, Steph Hargreaves, Kiki Vu (CADQ)
Break: Lecture Theatre 4
Lunch: Lecture Theatre 4
TLP004: Creating online short courses and learning resources to address key challenges and opportunities in the curriculum
TLP005: Statements of Access
Jane Maddock (Legal Services)
TLP006: Inclusive achievement
Gin Rai, Brian Hurst, Tom Mapes (Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies)
Sandy Cope, Gemma Stafford-Keal, Amanda Stanford (Organisational Development)
Andy Grayson (Social Sciences)
Keynote Introduction: NTSU President Martha Longdon and NTSU VP Education Jelena Matic
Toothless tiger, hidden linchpin: the shape of course leadership in the UK
Lecture Theatre 3
Networking with Cake: Lecture Theatre 4