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Are you interested in how Oxford's learning environment impacts students?
You are invited to attend a knowledge exchange forum on Friday 6 October 2023.
The forum is presented by the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s Diversity of Student Experience Research Project to exchange approaches to evaluation and findings of projects with a common focus: understanding the teaching and learning experiences of students at the University of Oxford, taking into account students’ diverse ethnic, socio-economic, disability, health and gendered backgrounds.
Register to attend.
View the programme.
This full day hybrid event will be held at St John’s College (St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JP) and online via MS Teams.
The forum will report on recent and current University-wide outreach, pre-course and on-course initiatives, for both undergraduates and graduates.
It will encourage knowledge sharing, and alignment of initiatives, to enhance our collective institutional impact and to reduce the burden on students' participation in in-house research initiatives.
The day will include presentations and audience Q&A, two roundtable discussions and a SU reflection panel.
Projects sharing their work at the forum include:
To secure your place, please complete the registration form, letting us know whether you will attend in-person or online.
You might also like to read Enhancing Research and Evaluation for Addressing Degree Awarding Gaps – a post published by the Evaluation Collective that includes insights and recommendations from last year's event (October 2022).