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Find out how 2015/16 CHERIL projects are contributing to successful TEF outcome

18 Oct 2016

Join CHERIL on Wednesday, 25 January 2017 at their second dissemination conference: ‘Teaching and Learning in HE: are we TEF ready?’

This one-day event is to be centred on the three metrics to be used in TEF: retention, NSS (drawing on the learning environment), and employability. We demonstrate how 2015/16 CHERIL projects are contributing to a successful TEF outcome.

The keynote speaker is Dr Camille Kandiko Howson, Senior Lecturer in Higher Education at King’s College, London. Camille leads the King’s Experience Internship scheme for undergraduate students and is involved in national higher education policy research on students and the student experience, working with HEFCE/DFE/HEA on Learning Gain; with HEFCE and the HEA on student surveys, including NSS and UKES; with the QAA on student engagement and student expectations; and the Leadership Foundation on academic motivation, prestige and gender.

There will be ten talks by 2015-16 CHERIL award holders, seven of which will be a short ‘Pecha Kucha’ style presentation. Q&As will follow each presentation.

Conference programme

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The event is free but booking is essential (by 16 January 2017)


Manchester Conference Centre, Weston Building, Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3BB.