Dr. Michelle Picard of the University of Adelaide invites you to participate in the LiHE 2014 symposium on LEARNING TO RESEARCH – RESEARCHING TO LEARN at the beautiful Monastery in the Wine Region of Adelaide, Australia, 23-27 November 2014.
The Monastery is set in tranquil, picturesque grounds in the Adelaide foothills, and its historic architecture has been transformed into a contemporary venue offering somewhere truly unique for our academic symposium. The Monastery is remote and yet very central. It’s only five kilometres from the hustle and bustle of the city centre and well positioned to all of Adelaide’s tourist destinations including the beaches, the wine regions and the mid north. It’s a perfect location for those of you wishing to explore the local region further either before or after the symposium.
Contribute a chapter to the anthology LEARNING TO RESEARCH – RESEARCHING TO LEARN to be published worldwide by Libri Publishing Ltd. Then join fellow authors for an inspiring and productive symposium in Adelaide, Australia, where all authors of accepted chapters will meet to review, edit and finalise their chapters for the anthology, and join forces to finalise the manuscript for publication.
Submit your chapter proposal no later than February 10, 2014.
ABOUT THE ANTHOLOGY
Increasingly in the knowledge-based economy, universities are encouraged to move beyond the simple transmission of content, to a pedagogy that enables deeper learning through active engagement with the world. A promising approach to this kind of pedagogy involves the integration of research into teaching at all levels of higher education.
Specifically, the editors seek chapters that showcase innovative ways of learning to research. How is research integrated into coursework teaching, for example? How is the research process taught? How are research problems developed, and how are students prepared to engage with the world? Likewise, the editors seek chapters that showcase innovative ways of researching to learn. How do students learn through research? What is the role of conceptualisation in the research process? How do students experiment and reflect?
Three interrelated themes guide the editor and reviewers:
The anthology is edited by Professor Dr. Claus Nygaard, Copenhagen Business School; Professor Dr. John Branch, University of Michigan; Professor Paul Bartholomew, Aston University; Dr. Cally Guerin, University of Adelaide.
Libri Publishing Ltd., Brunel House, Volunteer Way, Farringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 7YR, England. [Libri Publishing Ltd. website]. Libri is a publishing company committed to providing innovative, high quality, challenging publications for readers. It is a highly responsive publishing service for authors and client organisations. Libri was established in February 2009 by a team of colleagues who had worked together for a dozen years in professional and academic publishing, knowledge transfer, and the management and delivery of blended learning projects. Between them, Libri’s senior managers have over fifty years’ of experience in media organisations, higher education and consultancy. Their extensive expertise includes authorship, design, editing, printing and publishing, IT and e-learning pedagogy, and the design and provision of continuing professional development programmes. Libri supports its core expertise with a broad-based supply chain of long-established and highly skilled sub-contractors. Libri Publishing Ltd. is the publisher of the following seven LiHE-anthologies: Teaching Creativity – Creativity in Teaching; Postgraduate Education. Form and Function; Beyond Transmission – Innovations in University Teaching; Simulations, Games and Role-Play in University Education; Learning in Higher Education – Contemporary Standpoints; Quality Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; Student Engagement. Identity, Motivation and Community.
Submit your chapter proposal (maximum 2 000 words) according to the LiHE Stylesheet Guide on the LiHE Submission Server on or before 10 February 2014. Chapter proposals which are NOT formatted according to LiHE Stylesheet Guide or which are submitted by e-mail WILL NOT be accepted! Please note that you may only submit ONE CHAPTER PROPOSAL to the symposium. More than one chapter proposal from the same author is NOT accepted!
IMPORTANT SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION
This is a residential symposium. A minimum of one author of each chapter must attend the symposium for its entire duration.
Sunday 23 November 2014: Arrival to Adelaide; check-in at The Monastery from 3pm-6pm; welcome reception and dinner.
Monday 24 November 2014 – Wednesday 26 November 2014: All day symposium activities.
Thursday 27 November 2014: Morning symposium activities; check-out at noon.
*All symposium materials.
**Accommodation in The Monastery 23-27 November 2014.
***1 × welcome dinner, 4 × buffet breakfast, 3 × full lunch, 2 × evening meals, 1 × closing banquet; accompanying drinks to all meals; fresh water, coffee, tea, and fruits ad libitum.
**** Social programme includes local cultural visits and activities for participants and spouses.
LiHE, The International Academic Association for the Advancement of Learning-Centred Higher Education together with University of Adelaide.
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