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Student as Producer: Reinventing the Undergraduate Curriculum

University of Warwick
20 September 2007 00:00 - 21 September 2007 00:00

Research-based learning has become an important issue for undergraduate teaching and learning in the UK. The promotion of research-based teaching for undergraduates as part of their formal and informal curriculum is increasingly recognised as an important way to enhance the student learning experience. 


Key features of the conference are that it will:
  • feature both academic and undergraduate research as well as research produced collaboratively with students and their teachers
  • critically explore the methodological and theoretical issues that underpin and/or undermine research based learning, and investigate the problems and possibilities of research based learning
  • benefit from the creative involvement of Talking Birds, a company of artists who specialise in acts of educational reinvention and transformation.

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Book your place at the event by 30th June 2007 to take advantage of the early booking discount.


The Reinvention Centre for Undergraduate Research is a Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning established jointly by the University of Warwick and Oxford Brookes University




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