Welcome to our website dedicated to the advancement of learning-centred higher education. Here you find information about upcoming international symposiums, where you can meet fellow researchers and practitioners within HE who work on designing and implementing learning-centred HE. Feel free to browse our website and be inspired by our activities and publications.
LiHE (Learning in Higher Education) is an international academic not-for-profit association founded in 2007 for the advancement of learning-centred higher education (HE). We explicitly work as a network organisation to bring together international researchers and practitioners within HE, to further advance international research and publication of ways in which to successfully design and implement learning-centred HE. LiHE is run voluntarily by a group of co-directors all serving as professors at top-universities and business schools.
Our latest book presents 12 inspiring cases of Quality Enhancement of University Teaching and Learning. The book is written by an international group of scholars. Check it out if you are interested in Quality Enhancement.
Dr. Michelle Picard of the University of Adelaide invites you to participate in the LiHE'14 symposium on LEARNING TO RESEARCH – RESEARCHING TO LEARN at the beautiful Monastery in the Wine Region of Adelaide, Australia, 23-27 November 2014.
Professor Dr. John Branch of Michigan University hosted a very successful symposium on TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION on the beautiful Greek Island of Aegina, 1-5 June 2014.