Starting on 24 October and running through to May 2018, this series of lectures will take place at Greenwich campus and also broadcast live via Panopto, with recordings available after the event.

The programme for the Open Lectures in Teaching, Learning & Assessment in HE for the academic year 2017-18 has now been finalised. The open lectures cover a range of topics that will be of interest to the wide HE community of academics and academic-related professionals.

The confirmed speakers for the academic year 2017-18 are:

  • Tuesday 24 October – Professor Simon Lancaster on 'Learning Gain'
  • Wednesday 22 November – Professor Richard Hall on 'Critical Pedagogy'
  • Thursday 7 December –  postponed, will now take place on Thurs 3 May
  • Tuesday 30 January  2018  – Professor Steve Wheeler on 'Developing Digital Capabilities' 
  • Thurs 8 March 2018 – WonkHE editor, Mark Leach on 'Future directions of UK Higher Education Policy' 
  • Thurs 3 May 2018 - Professor Ros Luckin on 'Artificial Intelligence and its impact on Education'  (rescheduled from 7 December 2017)

All lectures are scheduled to take place in Queen Anne Court 065 (Greenwich campus) between 5.30-6.30pm and will also be broadcast live via Panopto – links will follow closer the time - and afterwards the recordings will be uploaded to our Vimeo site.

You can find ore information about each speaker and their talk on the university website.