University of Roehampton's Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2016

Becoming a 21st Century Graduate

Wednesday 20th April 2016 , 9:00-16:15
9.00-11.30 Queen's Building, Southlands College (Building number S1 on the campus map, enter by Roehampton Lane Gate).
11.40-16.15 Duchesne Building, Digby Stuart College (Building number D1 on the campus map, enter by Roehampton Lane Gate).

Keynote Speaker: Professor Ron Barnett, Emeritus Professor of Higher Education, Institute of Education, London

Keynote Lecture: Becoming a 21st Century University Student

Conference Themes:

  • The student journey / learning journeys
  • Retention, retention, retention
  • Stragglers and strugglers / the role of student support
  • Making the most of technology
  • Employability and the curriculum

Open to all academic and academic-related staff, and PhD students. Participants from other universities are very welcome to join us.

You are invited to join our debates and discussions around the topic of learning and teaching in the 21st century university.  How can academic and support staff ensure that students are supported throughout their degrees? How can we improve retention rates on our taught programmes? What does a 21st century university teacher look like? What's the role of learning technology? How can we support our students to become excellent and employable 21st century graduates?

Come along and find out!


Conference brochure available here.

Papers and presentations available here.

See our conference tweets at #LandTConf16


Conference Organiser 2016 : Bridget Middlemas SFHEA,  b.middlemas@roehampton.ac.uk

Learning and Teaching Office, Grove House, University of Roehampton