Tagungsankündigung WDHE 2016 in Plymouth/UK

WDHE 2016: The Writing Development in Higher Education Conference
Plymouth University, Plymouth, Devon, UK
June 27th – June 29th 2016


The Learning Development team at Plymouth University are pleased to be hosting the 16th biennial WDHE conference next year. The conference focus is ‘Spaces and Places to Write’ and areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

What makes communication effective?
Does how we communicate affect what we communicate?
How can we develop writing fluency and what does it mean to write ‘well’?

Exploring collaborative approaches to (academic) writing.
What can collaborative projects bring to writing?
What alternatives can we offer staff and students to the traditional notion of the ‘lone scholar?

Exploring creative (academic) writing.
Can we (and should we) challenge the constraints of the ‘traditional academic’ text’?
What other textual forms can be used to produce and communicate knowledge and learning?

Further information can be found at our website, and details regarding local hotels and conference costs will be updated shortly: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/wdhe-2016?preview=true

For more information contact: Christie.pritchard@plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:Christie.pritchard@plymouth.ac.uk> 01752 587755 or for general inquiries WDHE@plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:WDHE@plymouth.ac.uk>

Christie Pritchard | Learning Development Advisor | Learning Support & Wellbeing
Room 102 3 Endsleigh Place | Plymouth University | Drake Circus | Plymouth | PL4 8AA
Tel: 01752 587755 | Email: Christie.pritchard@plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:Christie.pritchard@plymouth.ac.uk>

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Members of the ILM consortium will share news about their local ILM program and ongoing collaborative projects. Participants of the ILM certificate program are encuraged to collaborate with any partner or project.
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