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Apt2019

The Changing Roles of Educators in Higher Education

apt2018

Queen Anne Court, University of Greenwich

This one day conference will be themed around the adaptation of academic practice for university staff working in a higher education sector that many expect to remain turbulent in the years ahead. Our keynote presenters were  Bart Rienties, Professor of Learning Analytics at the Open University and Pierre Dubuc, co-founder of the French company OpenClassrooms, and one of the world’s largest online education platforms.

APT2018 sought to showcase new pedagogical and technological adaptations that practitioners, researchers, technologists, librarians, professional services staff and student-staff partnerships are implementing or evaluating to ensure that taught programmes remain flexible, sustainable and enhanced despite shifting market conditions and expectations. 

apt2017

University of Greenwich - Greenwich Maritime Campus

The future ain't what it used to be, uttered by the imitable Yogi Berra in 1974 who explained its meaning that times are different. Not necessarily better or worse. Just different.

APT 2017 is focused on reimagining higher education. One that demonstrates its value to students and to society, and remains relevant to its needs and aspirations. Contributions were given from people who imagined or making the futures of higher education. People who were pushing boundaries, evolving teaching and learning practices, developing new curricula, creating new markets, analysing big data. People who were addressing challenges arising from the requirements of digital society, an emerging global economy and from the complex competitive world of the university, internationally.

As always, the conference provided an exciting opportunity to network with colleagues across the UK and abroad at the historic Maritime Greenwich Campus, a World Heritage site. 

apt2016

Greenwich Maritime Campus

sThe 14th annual Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference took place on Tuesday July 5th 2016. 

"Mind the gap: exploring institutional practices in the post-digital age" focussed attention on the ‘gaps’, real or perceived, in the contemporary educational landscape: e.g. between technology and teaching, learning and assessment, staff developers and staff practitioners, students’ expectations and achievement, and individual aspirations and institutional realities. 

Jointly hosted by the the University of Greenwich and the London School of Economics, it provided an opportunity for delegates and presenters to debate and explore the significant challenges for higher and post-compulsory education and training arising from the waves of rapid change in a post-digital age.

Presentions can be viewed from the programme tab.

apt2015

Greenwich Maritime Campus

apt2014

Greenwich Maritime Campus

The Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference: Connected Learning in an Open World was our twelfth annual conference hosted by the eCentre at the University of Greenwich.  It provided an opportunity for delegates and presenters to debate and explore the significant challenges for higher and post-compulsory education and training arising from these waves of rapid change. The conference served as a forum where policy, practice and strategic developments were explored, discussed and shared by practitioners and researchers in a vibrant and lively atmosphere on the university's World Heritage Campus.

apt2012

Greenwich Maritime Campus

The Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference was our tenth annual e-learning and technology conference at the University of Greenwich.  It provided an opportunity to debate and explore the issues surrounding employer engagement with higher education in a changing and evolving digital world.  The conference, which was sponsored by the Higher Education Academy, provided a forum where policy, practice and strategic developments were explored, discussed and shared by practitioners and researchers in a vibrant and lively atmosphere. Please view the presentations that are on the programme page.

apt2013

Greenwich Maritime Campus

The Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference: Next Generation Learning Places and Work Spaces was our eleventh annual conference hosted by the eCentre at the University of Greenwich and supported by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Jisc.  It provided an opportunity to debate and explore issues surrounding the impact of ‘disruptive’ technologies on next generation learning places and work spaces, and the people who work and live in and around them. The conference was a forum where policy, practice and strategic developments was explored, discussed and shared by practitioners and researchers in a vibrant and lively atmosphere.