Conference fun!

We’ve had a great first day of the 2019 in conference in Keele. An excellent range of papers and discussions, representing the wide array of interdisciplinary work across the UK and international HE sector. Looking forward to Day 2!

Registration Extended!

There is still time to share your interdisciplinary learning and teaching experience! Registration for the Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Practice and Knowledge Production conference hosted by Keele University has been extended until 1 April. https://www.keele.ac.uk/ilas/conferences/interdisciplinarylearningandteachingconference/ The deadline for submitting to the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Conference has also been extended until 15 April. https://www.aisconference2019.nl/ You…

Places still available: Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching

Registration to attend the Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching Conference at Keele University 9-10 April closes this Friday, 29 March. Programme and other information is available from the website: https://www.keele.ac.uk/ilas/conferences/interdisciplinarylearningandteachingconference/ There are a wide range of speakers, representing over 16 different universities, both in the UK and Europe. Topics centre on developing interdisciplinary communities of learning…

Keynote Speaker Announced

“The future and end of interdisciplinarity. What is implied when we aim for more robust interdisciplinary insights?” presented by Dr. Machiel Keestra has been confirmed as the Keynote talk for the Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Pedagogy and Knowledge Production conference, 9-10 April, 2019, hosted by Keele University. Registration is open until the 29th of March…

It’s not too late to submit

a proposal for the Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching Conference: Practice and Knowledge Production hosted by Keele University. https://www.keele.ac.uk/ilas/conferences/interdisciplinarylearningandteachingconference But, your proposal should be in by midnight on Friday, 25 January, 2019. If you can’t make this conference, here is another one to think about, with proposals due 1st of April. http://www.aisconference2019.nl/