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Rethinking the Curriculum for 21st Century Students

A one day conference with a focus on the curriculum issues and cultural changes that need to be addressed to provide a successful student learning experience for all those who now participate in our mass higher education system.

Sessions which may be of particular interest include:

  • 14:30-15:45 - A Move Towards Inclusivity through the Adoption of Alternative Methods of Assessment by Judith Waterfield, University of Plymouth.

  • 14:30-15:45 Teachability: Designing and Delivering Accessible Curricula for Disabled Students by Paul Brown, Scottish Disability Team, and Anne Simpson, Disability Project.

Cost: 75.00

Date: 26 January, 2004
Venue: University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.
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