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Upcoming events – Calendar

 

March 2022:

TeLEd Monthly Event series: An Evidence-Based Approach to More Equitable STEM Education, with Sehoya Cotner, March 23rd, 14:15 – 15:45 CET

ISSOTL22 proposal deadline 31 March 2022

 


April 2022:

Proposal deadline Centres for Excellence in Education 2022, 20 April 2022

HK-dir Conference April 20-21, online: Utdanningskvalitet og digital omstilling 2022

 


May 2022:

Læringsfestivalen 2022, May 9-10, Trondheim

Nasjonalt studieadministrativt MNT seminar, May 19-20, NMBU. Påmeldingsfrist 18 mars.

ICED 2022 conference Sustainable Educational Development , May 31st – June 3rd, Aarhus, Denmark

 


June 2022:

EUROSoTL 2022, June 15-17, Manchester, UK: Building Communities through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

 


September 2022:

EAIR – The European Higher Education Society Linking research, policy and practice, 4-7 September, Malta

ISSOTL22 Early Bird Registration deadline, 21 September 2022

 


November 2022:

ISSOTL22 Conference, November 2-5, BC Canada: At the intersections of SoTL: Transfer and Transformation, Diversity and Inclusivity.

 

 


Weekly/monthly events


 

bioBERG – bioCEED Biology Educational Research Group:

 

Every second Friday from 11:00-12:00 the bioBERG – bioCEED Biology Educational Research Group presents projects, results, theories, publications or ideas for application in the bioCEED room,  3rd floor of the A-building, Thormøhlensgate 53 – or digitally. If you are curious about the theme of the week,  please contact Sehoya Cotner Sehoya.Cotner@uib.no or Kristin Holtermann Kristin.Holtermann@uib.no.

Welcome!

 


 

bioCEED colloquia/seminars UNIS:

Once a month bioCEED at UNIS aims to have a colloquium or seminar for all employees connected to learning and teaching. Please contact Tina at AB for further information about upcoming seminars at UNIS.

 


 

Fra prat til praksis

Tverrfaglig seminarserie for alle UiB-ansatte som er involvert i undervisning og læring.

 


 

Monthly Event Series with The Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TeLEd) research group