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.


Thursday 26th of March 2020 at 9 am — 7 pm

Venue/find your way to: The NOD Building Kista, Stockholm University


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.


Register for the conference

Registration is now available through our online form. Participation in the Teachers' conference is free of charge for Stockholm University staff. The 8th March 2020 is the last day to register for the conference.

Registration form


Keynote speaker is Elizabeth Cleaver

Disciplinary Approaches to Educational Enquiry: from individual academic to institutional strategic endeavour 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


Post Conference with Light Graffiti, canapés and mingle

Join Post Conference in the NOD Building's 'Shared space'. Discuss and reflect on your impressions and experiences of the day while you enjoy food a la Canapés style, drinks and some entertainment. Dare to explore the evening's very different happening Light Graffiti especially created just for you who teach at Stockholm University.

More about Light Graffiti and the evening mingle


Conference programme

With great Conference sessions, inspirational keynote speakers, networking events, an poster exhibition this Conference give delegates the opportunity to explore a variety of topics in a range of formats. The day ends with a spectacular Post Conference Event with entertainment by Digital Art Center and supé and mingling.

Preliminary main conference agenda


Submission of contributions

The submission information page describes the types of submissions and how to submit your work to this conference. Submission deadline is November 11th. The conference especially welcomes contributions founded in a scholarly approach to academic teaching, student learning or higher education curriculum development. We are looking forward to many interesting contributions from you.

The deadline for submissions has now closed


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