Registration is now closed

Registration is now closed for The University of Edinburgh's annual Learning and Teaching Conference, ‘Shaping our Futures’, taking place on
Tues 14th, Wed 15th & Thurs 16th June 2022.

If you are a presenter, and still need to register, please email


Day 1 (Tuesday 14th June) will be an in-person event in the McEwan Hall and live-streamed for online participants. The day will include keynote presentations from Dr Catherine Bovill, Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement (The University of Edinburgh),  Tara Gold (EUSA Vice President Education 21/22) and Ellen MacRae (EUSA President 20/22). The day will also include panel discussions, workshops, poster presentations, exhibitor stands, and a drinks reception.

Days 2 and 3 (Wednesday 15th and 16th June) will be an online event, and will begin with a keynote talk by Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).  These shorter days will include paper presentations, panel discussions, workshops, short talks and storytelling based on the following nine key conference themes:

o   Building community   

o   Teaching data skills, data ethics and AI 

o   Sustainability 

o   Interdisciplinary teaching 

o   Hybridity reimagined: Teaching experientially in outdoor, indoor and online places   

o   Equality, Diversity and Inclusion  

o   Challenging accepted ways of thinking   

o   Student-Staff co-creation curriculum work 

o   Engaging employers, community, and alumni  

Delegates will be able to view posters both in-person on Day 1 in McEwan Hall, and online during the conference on the Conference website. Please note that you will be able to continue to view the poster presentations and recordings of sessions after the conference.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s conference.
The Learning and Teaching Conference 2022 Committee.

The Venue

Day 1: McEwan Hall, Edinburgh

Day 2 & 3: Online

Photo Credits: Allan Bovill; Image credit: Adelaide Grosse

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