There are a small number of places remaining for the Curriculum Design and Development course commencing in week 5 of this term. This course is open to all experienced teaching staff who have some responsibility for designing and managing a module or programme at Lancaster.
The Curriculum Design and Development (CDD) course is concerned with exploring the pedagogical and the practical issues relating to the design, management and critical evaluation of modules and programmes which enhance student learning in the HE context.
Further details (FAQ) and application forms have been sent to Departmental Officers, or can be downloaded from the website <http://luvle.lancs.ac.uk/celt/profprog.nsf>
Applications should be sent as soon as possible to the Teaching Development Administrator, Helen Griffiths, in CELT (C67 Furness) mailto:email@example.com
Enquiries can be directed to the course director Ali Cooper mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective Postgraduate Supervision
Dr Moira Peelo (CELT), Prof Chris Park (Director of the Graduate School) and Dr Louise Innes (CELT)
This workshop is designed for academic staff who are relatively new to the role of PhD supervision. In addition the session may be of interest to more experienced colleagues who have some responsibility for new supervisors, and those who wish to refresh their thinking on supervision with colleagues from other departments and course tutors.
For further information please click on the following link <http://domino.lancs.ac.uk/celt/celtweb.nsf/list/
To reserve a place please contact the Teaching Development Administrator, Helen Griffiths, <mailto:email@example.com>
2007 Programme Schedule
The School of Lifelong Learning and Widening Participation is offering a suite of Professional and Personal development courses. You can opt to enrol on one or more courses in line with your personal development needs or work towards the Certificate in Professional and Personal Development*.
We are offering a special staff discount of 10% for all courses starting before the 1st August 2007.
Certificate in Professional and Personal Development
To achieve the certificate you have to:
a) Successfully complete the assessment for each course you attend;
Three day Movement and Dance workshop across Morecambe Bay and the River Lune Estuary with Jennifer Monson (Birdbrain Dance/iLAND, USA)
1, 2, 3 May 2007
WORKSHOP at Ludus Dance Centre and out on location across Morecambe Bay and the River Lune Estuary.
4 May 2007
SYMPOSIUM at Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts (LICA), Lancaster University
The award-winning environmental movement artist Jennifer Monson will lead a three-day workshop in collaboration with Nigel Stewart (LICA/Sap Dance, UK) and with the help of cross-bay guide Alan Sledmore. The workshop is aimed for dance artists and other professional artists, but should be accessible to other interested persons.
The workshop is part of the research and development phrase of Water Log, a transatlantic project exploring the mirror relation between particular places in Morecambe Bay, UK, and the Hudson River Estuary, USA, that are situated ambiguously in-between water and dry land, the human and other-than-human.
Exploring an industrial estate and marsh land along the Lancaster Coastal Path, and Public Rights of Way across Morecambe Bay sands, Water Log asks: how can the dynamic eco-systems of zones in-between land and sea suggest specific strategies for dance improvisation; how can those improvisations enable participants to experience even the most ephemeral eco-phenomena (e.g., patterns of washed-up debris, evaporating footprints); and how can that experience re-enchant our relationship with nature and contest the notion of landscape as merely a unit of human occupation?
Water Log is part of LICA’s Re-enchantment & Reclamation project, funded by the workshops and networks scheme of the Landscape and Environment Programme of the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Cost for participants outside of Lancaster University (heavily subsidised by the AHRC): £25
Places: strictly limited to 15. Priority will be given to regional dance artists and other professional artists.
N.B. Participants are responsible for their own accommodation.
Contact: Nigel Stewart at: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
The Department of Continuing Education are offering a wide range of two-day courses until 22 April. Course fees £32 (concessions £14). There are still places on the following courses:
Prose Poems Sat 14 & 21 April 10 - 4
For those who have some experience of creative writing already and want to experiment with this challenging and liberating writing form.
Shock, Horror! Gothic Writing Fri 13 & 20 April 9.30 - 3.30
If you have some experience of creative writing already and want to expand into this exciting genre, this course will help you to get started.
For full details click here http://www.lancs.ac.uk/depts/conted/openstudies/
3) June 2007: Ethics as Practice in Non-UK research Settings I