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SEDA 20th Anniversary Celebration

The Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) celebrated its 20th anniversary with a lecture in the House of Commons attended by our Paul O'Prey (Vice-Chancellor) and Julie Hall (Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement)

Posted: 17 January 2013

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Julie Hall, Justine Greening and Paul O'Prey at the House of Commons, celebrating SEDA's 20th Anniversary.

Julie Hall, Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement, Justine Greening MP and Paul O’ Prey VC at  House of Commons last night at a lecture  by Professor Graham Gibbs to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) of which Julie is co-chair. Professor Gibbs pointed to the importance of seeing teaching in universities as something requiring expertise and scholarship. He highlighted the work at universities like Roehampton, where  there is a commitment to  ensuring that teaching is excellent and where academic staff and students  work together to enhance the learning environment. Julie said, ‘ This was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate SEDA’s achievements and reflect on the ways in which we as a University focus on teaching, putting students at the heart of learning and teaching.’  

For more info : www.seda.ac.uk

 

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