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2011 UALL ANNUAL CONFERENCE - Part Time: the new paradigm for higher education?

Mar 20 2011
Mar 22 2011
Europe/London
University of Stirling
Stirling
United Kingdom

The Conference focuses on the heightened importance of part time in policy and practice in higher education, from the perspective on the one hand of universities, colleges and other providers, and on the other of employers, regions, communities, and  individual learners. The controversy and divisions caused by the passage of the policy on increased fees have sharpened debate on higher education and the sector's responses to new circumstances. The Conference will be particularly timely for exploring these challenges and the consequences for part time and lifelong learning.

The programme will include keynote presentations, workshop sessions, network presentations and international comparisons with reference to immediate and future issues for part time and lifelong learning in higher education. It will be of particular interest to policy makers, senior management, academic providers and administrators in lifelong learning both nationally and internationally.  The keynote speakers include: Michael Russell MSP, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning, Professor Les Ebdon, Vice Chancellor, University of Bedfordshire and Chair, Million+, Dr Judy Ashcroft, UPCEA President and Dean of Continuing and Innovative Education, University of Texas at Austin and Sarah Howls, Head of Widening Participation, HEFCE.

Please do circulate details of this Conference to any of your colleagues who may be interested in joining us.

The Outline Conference Programme and Registration Form can be found below;  for further information, please contact Lucy Bate or telephone: 0116 285 9702.

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ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2011 STIRLING Part Time: the new paradigm for Higher Education? 20th to 22nd MARCH School of Education University of Stirling
 
 
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We are most grateful to the following: 

the University of Stirling for support and sponsorship; CFE
CFE are research and consultancy specialists in employment and skills. The company has been providing expert services to public and private sector clients for over thirteen years. CFE works on behalf of government departments and agencies, local authorities, colleges, universities and employers. CFE has developed a deep understanding of the barriers and enablers to successful university-employer/employee engagement; playing a leading role in the development of workforce development policy and practice. The profits are re-invested to fund innovative research projects.
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CONFERENCE TIMETABLE
The Conference takes place at Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA. Details of the Management Centre and the location can be found at: http://www.smc.stir.ac.uk/content/default.asp?page=s6
SUNDAY, 20TH MARCH
6.30 pm – Drinks Reception and Buffet  For delegates arriving on the Sunday, we have arranged an informal evening at the Stirling Management Centre. Our experience is that delegates appreciate the opportunity for networking, informal meetings, or simply catching up with old friends.
At 6.30 pm there will be a drinks reception. Professor Richard Edwards, Head of The Stirling Institute of Education, will welcome delegates, international members and guests to Stirling.
Sponsored by CFE
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MONDAY, 21st MARCH
9.15 am 10.00 am
Conference Registration and Coffee Opening of Conference Professor Mary Stuart, Chair of UALL and Vice-Chancellor, University of Lincoln Welcome to delegates by Professor Grant Jarvie, Deputy Principal for Teaching and Learning, University of Stirling
10.30 am
Keynote: Professor Les Ebdon CBE, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive, University of Bedfordshire and Chair, Million+ Part-time Higher Education - at last a chance for Cinderella to go to the ball Coffee Keynote: UPCEA President, Dr Judy Ashcroft, Dean of Continuing and Innovative Education, University of Texas at Austin Lunch
(UALL Network Convenors Meeting)
11.15 am 11.45 am
 
12.30 pm 1.30 pm 3.00 pm 3.30 pm
Workshop Session 1 Tea Research into the education of adults within higher education - a cooperative approach: presentation on behalf of SCUTREA, followed by UALL Council meeting
DRINKS RECEPTION AND CONFERENCE DINNER
7.00 pm DRINKS RECEPTION Launch of publication – Mary Stuart Gendered choices: Learning, Work, Identities in Lifelong Learning co-edited book, jointly with Sue Jackson, Irene Malcolm and Kate Thomas Dordrecht: Springer Academic Press
7.30 pm
CONFERENCE DINNER AND CEILIDH The presentation of the UALL 2011 Awards will be made at the dinner
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TUESDAY, 22nd MARCH
9.15 am
Keynote: Sarah Howls, Head of Widening Participation, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
10.00 am
Coffee
10.30 am
Keynote: Michael Russell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning
11.15 am
Workshop Session 2
12.45 pm
Lunch
1.30 pm
Workshop Session 3
3.00 pm
Workshop Session 4
4.30 pm
Tea and Close
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2011 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Part Time: the new paradigm for higher education? 20th – 22nd March 2011 at Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling REGISTRATION FORM
Title: (eg. Mr, Prof.) Forename: Surname: Name for Delegate Badge Organisation: Address: Postcode: Country: Telephone No: Fax No: Email: Dietary/ Other Requirements
UALL Member All inclusive conference fee including accommodation for the night of Monday, 21 March 2011 and Conference Dinner As above but with additional night’s accommodation, Drinks Reception and Buffet on Sunday 20th March 2011 We are most grateful to CFE for sponsoring the Reception and Buffet on Sunday, 20 March for delegates Day rate - Monday 21st March 2011 Day rate - Tuesday 22nd March 2011 Conference Dinner & Drinks Reception Partner rate for shared B&B accommodation in Sunday 20th March 2010 Partner rate for attending Drinks Reception and Buffet on Sunday night Partner rate for shared B&B accommodation on Monday 21st March 2010 £390
Non UALL Member £450
Total Fee
£470
£530
£180 £180 £50 £40 £25 £40
£200 £200 £50 £40 £25 £40 GRAND TOTAL £
PAYMENT DETAILS
Method of Payment All payments must be in Sterling. Bankers’ drafts and cheques should be made payable to ‘University of Stirling’. All major credit/ debit cards accepted.
Payments must be received before the conference commences.
Please invoice* my organisation for GBP £ * Purchase Order Number must be provided – please state number I enclose a payment of GBP £ Method of Payment Bankers draft Cheque Credit card Debit card
Name of Card Holder: Card No: Valid From: Issue no (if applicable): 3-digit security number: Amount to be debited:
To:
Cancellation and Refunds
In the event of cancellation, a refund will be paid subject to a £30 administration fee, this must be received in writing by Friday 21st January 2011. There will be NO refunds for cancellations made after 21st January 2011, although substitutions will be accepted. Return completed form to: Gillian Aitken, Room A39, Pathfoot Building, The Stirling Institute of Education, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA Fax: +44 (0)1786 46 6131 Email: uall2011@stir.ac.uk Please tick this box if you DO NOT wish your email address to be made available to other delegates.
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