Issues in Lifelong Learning from Student and Institutional Perspectives. Conference to be held at Birkbeck, University of London on Thursday 10th November, 10.00am - 4.00pm.
This conference will offer the opportunity to hear about and share thinking on current key issues in lifelong learning. Student experience and perspectives will be considered, as will institutional aims and concerns in both Further and Higher education.
Keynote speech: Professor Geoff Layer, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), University of Bradford: The Academic Footprint
Panel of students:
Experiences of lifelong learning
Workshop 1: Daphne Hampton, Education Consultant, and Anne Marie Bradley, University of Arts, London: The Student Voice - working in large groups
Workshop 2: Elaine Hawkins, Birkbeck, University of London: Widening access to higher education for students with young children - student and institutional perspectives
Workshop 3: Ursula Murray, Birkbeck, University of London: The intellectual tin opener: a case study of work with students
Workshop 4: Pauline McManus, University of Warwick: Group dynamics in lifelong learning contexts: student, tutor and institutional perspectives.
More detailed information and a booking form will be circulated at a later stage.
To register your interest in this event please contact: Michelle Lotherington at, telephone 0113 343 7891. Fee (inclusive of lunch and refreshments): UALL members £90.00, Non UALL members £120.