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Friday 24th June 2016
The Spark
Southampton Solent University,
East Park Terrace,
Southampton,
SO14 0YN 
Email: slti@solent.ac.uk

In pursuit of excellence: developing learning and teaching environments for 21st century students

The primary aim of the Solent Learning and Teaching Community Conference (SLTCC) 2016 was to promote excellence in learning and teaching, connecting staff and students by providing a forum for exploring innovative opportunities and sharing experience and best practice.

SLTCC 2016 took place in the Spark, our dynamic and interactive new learning centre, and included over 70 presentations from academic and professional services staff of Southampton Solent University and five neighbouring south coast universities.

Content

In addition to an excellent line up of workshops and presentations, we heard two excellent keynotes from Professor Diana Laurillard and Professor Tansy Jessop.  Use the links below to access conference papers and films of the keynote speeches.

View the presentations on SlideShare

Watch the keynote presentations

Download the programme

Download the abstracts

Information about SLTCC 2017 will be coming soon. If you have any further queries about the conference or the Solent Learning and Teaching Institute's work, please email Rosie Cooper using slti@solent.ac.uk.

Professor Diana Laurillard

Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, London Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education, University of London.

Within her leading role at the London Knowledge Lab (UCL), Diana is involved in developing a learning design support environment for teachers, and software interventions for learners with low numeracy and dyscalculia. These research projects tie in with her roles developing and running massive open online courses (MOOCs) with Coursera and FutureLearn.

Read Diana’s full bio on the UCL website

Professor Tansy Jessop

Professor of Research Informed Teaching, Solent Learning and Teaching Institute, Southampton Solent University.

Tansy joined Southampton Solent University on 3 May, leading the development of the research informed teaching aspect of our strategic vision. Tansy’s main research interests are assessment and feedback, student engagement and the use of technology to enhance learning.

Read Tansy's full bio on the SSU Learning and Teaching pages

Queries

If you have any further queries about the conference please email Rosie Cooper at slti@solent.ac.uk

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