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9th Enhancement Themes conference

Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot-Watt University - March 2012


  • Welcome to the conference - Professor Andrea Nolan
    Welcome to the conference - Professor Andrea Nolan
    Opening address at the 9th Enhancement Themes conference
  • Plenary - Professor Philip Winn, University of Strathclyde
    Plenary - Professor Philip Winn, University of Strathclyde
    Graduates for the 21st Century and Developing and Supporting the Curriculum Themes
  • Plenary - Dr Mary Gilmartin, National University of Ireland
    Plenary - Dr Mary Gilmartin, National University of Ireland
    Students as co-creators of the curriculum
  • Plenary - Correen Dickson & Sam Fowles
    Plenary - Correen Dickson & Sam Fowles
    Student contribution to Developing and Supporting the Curriculum
  • Day one question & answer session
    Day one question & answer session
    Panel: Correen Dickson, Sam Fowles, Mary Gilmartin & Philip Winn
  • Introduction to day two - Professor Andrea Nolan
    Introduction to day two - Professor Andrea Nolan
    Opening address on day two of the 9th Themes conference
  • Plenary - Professor Ed Coyle, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Plenary - Professor Ed Coyle, Georgia Institute of Technology
    The Vertically Intergrated Project: Student and Research
  • Plenary - Professor Beverley Oliver, Deakin University, Australia
    Plenary - Professor Beverley Oliver, Deakin University, Australia
    Graduate attributes and curriculum refresh
  • Panel comments and Q&A
    Panel comments and Q&A
    Panel discussion: Ed Coyle, Correen Dickson, Sam Fowles and Mary Gilmartin
  • Closing conference session
    Closing conference session
    Professor Andrea Nolan sums up the 9th Enhancement Themes conference