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Student as Producer: keynote presentations (2013-2014)

This is a list of Professor Mike Neary’s  invited keynotes and other speaking engagements during the Academic Year 2013-2014 on the subject of Student as Producer and related matters:

University of Durham (9th July, 2014) ‘Academic Not-Identity’ at Academic Identities Conference

London Metropolitan University (8th July, 2014)  ‘Student as Producer – Reinventing the Undergraduate Curriculum’ Teaching and Learning Conference

London School of Economics (25th-26th June, 2014) Governing Academic Life –

University of Bristol, School of Education (19th June, 2014) SRHE Seminar, Co-operative Education

University of Portsmouth (12th June, 2014) Keynote at Learning and Teaching Conference ‘Student as Producer: radicalising the undergraduate curriculum – an institutional approach’

University of Oxford Brookes (9th June, 2014) Keynote, Business Faculty – Teaching and Learning event

University of Glasgow (3rd June, 2014) Teaching and Learning seminar

King’s College London (2nd June, 2014) ‘German in the World’, Department of German, King’s College, London

Liverpool John Moores University (14th May, 2014) Research and Practice in Higher Education seminar

University of Nottingham (2nd May, 2014) ‘Learning Landscapes in Higher Education’, with Sam Williams – Space Manager at University of Lincoln,  at Learning Spaces Conference

University of Westminster in association with the Higher Education Academy (28th March 2014) Engaging Change in Learning and Teaching: students, staff and institutions as Partners, University of Westminster ‘

University of Sheffield (21st March, 2014) ‘Being Utopic: value, real abstraction and the Revolution of Everyday Life’, at Against Value Seminar, following on from Against Value Conference 2012!/file/AgainstValueHandout.pdf

University of Chichester (18th March, 2014) ‘Student as Producer – A Manifesto for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education’ launch of Teaching and Learning Strategy 2014-2020

University of Nottingham (4th March, 2014) ‘Student as Producer – radicalising the undergraduate curriculum’, Learning Science Research Institution

London School of Economics (27th February, 2014) ‘Student as Producer, Reinventing the Curriculum’, seminar arranged by School of Law with open invitation

University of Warwick Summit (15th February, 2014) ‘The Measure of a Good Education’, University of Warwick, Coventry

University of Middlesex (14th February, 2014) in association with British International Studies Association – International Political Economy Group, ‘Pedagogy of Excess: An Alternative Political Economy for Student Life’  Neo-Liberalism Meets Education

Society for Research into Higher Education (10th December, 2013) ‘Student as Producer: Radicalising the Curriculum and Institutional Change in Higher Education’, SRHE Newer Researchers; Conference,  Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, Wales

West Midlands Mental Health Trust (19th November, 2013) Keynote at  seminar event ‘From Service User to Co-Producer’

Higher Education Academy – Pro-Vice Chancellors’ Network ( 14th November 2013) ‘Student as Producer’,  Future Proofing the Student Experience chrome-extension://bpmcpldpdmajfigpchkicefoigmkfalc/views/app.html

Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile (16th October, 2013) ‘Docencia Revolucionaria: Construyendo una universidad transnacional y co-operativa’, Faculty of Social Science and History


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