CIDUI 2016: registration online and call for papers OPEN

The Call for papers for the 9th edition of CIDUI (International Conference on University Teaching and Innovation) is now open. The deadline to send the proposals is January 20. The congress will take place in Bellaterra (Barcelona) at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, next 5 – 7 July 2016.

This new edition proposes to create a space for exchange and analysis the impacts of the different experiences of teaching and learning innovation in higher education in recent years. The objective is to reflect on the different actions and investigations that have been developed over the trajectory of the congress and know the impact within the higher education system.

Under the title 'Learning and teaching innovation impacts', the organization are planning many events and activities about four different areas of preference related to the higher education field:

• Analysis of the impact on university teaching and learning

• New training scenes

• Professional Development

• Innovative methodologies in teaching – learning processes

Please see the information about the congress, inscriptions and the deadlines at CIDUI 2016

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