In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak we have changed the delivery method of this conference to online. The date of the conference has also moved from 26 March to 19—20 November 2020 (two half-days).

Thursday 19 November at 13—16.30

Friday 20 November at 8.30—12

Venue: On Zoom.

Join colleagues at the Stockholm University Teachers' Conference2020 — possibilites with Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Find answers to your most pressing teaching and learning challenges here.

This is a Conference for all teachers at Stockholm University. The Conference provides an opportunity to share experiences of teaching and learning in the Academy and to learn more from the experiences of colleagues. 

The Conference language is Swedish but there will be an English-speaking track.

 

Conference programme now a fully virtual experience

With great conference sessions, an inspirational keynote speaker, and poster exhibition this Conference give delegates the opportunity to explore a variety of topics in a range of virtual formats. New programme will be published on October 22.

 

Register for the conference

Participation in the Teachers' conference is free of charge for Stockholm University staff. NOTE! If you were already registered for the conference March 26, you need to re-register for these new dates. Registration is available through our online form. Deadline for registration is November 5.

Register online now!

 

Submission of new additional contributions

In addition to the contributions already included in the programme, we also open up the possibility of submitting new contributions to the conference. All contributions are welcome, but given the recent challenges, contributions regarding the following subjects are especially welcomed:

  • ICT solutions for digital / online teaching and exams
  • Educational / didactic solutions for teaching online
  • Social climate and relational aspects related to teaching on Zoom / online education
  • How teaching on Zoom changes students' learning trajectories.

Submit new additional contribution

 

New keynote speaker is Alastair Creelman

"After the storm, another world – what have we learned from covid-19?"

Alastair Creelman, Specialist e-learning, Linneaus University

Specialist in the field of online and distance education based in the section for higher education development. Monitors developments in the field and is active in several national and international projects in areas such as distance/online learning, quality questions, open educational resources (OER), MOOCs, social media in education and virtual mobility (global classroom).

Read the full abstract here

 

Endnote: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning — observations and future horizons

Meet Sweden's only Professors in Higher Education  Klara Bolander Laksov and Max Scheja who, based on the conference presentations, discuss Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and what it can be like at Stockholm University. They present "the CUBE" as a forward-looking model to make visible and strengthen the invaluable work that the teachers' conference presenters and participants contribute to.

Read the full abstract here

 

Format of presentations

Types of submissions for the conference are poster presentation, presentation / panel discussion, round table discussions and workshop/ICT-workshop.

Descriptions – presentation forms