STLHE 2014: Transforming our Learning Experiences
June 17 - 20, 2014
Queen's University at Kingston
To transform is to change, to adapt, to grow, to experiment, to evolve. Our learning experiences continue to transform in response to new learning paradigms and pressures.
- Learning spaces and places reconfigured
- Cultures and diversities intermingled
- Ideas and people inter-connected
- Frames of mind and worldview expanded
- Learning architectures and landscapes reinvented
How are you redefining learning experiences? Join us at STLHE 2014!
Conference Coordinator for STLHE 2014: email@example.com
It is my absolute pleasure to invite you to join us in Kingston for the 33rd STLHE Conference in June 2014. Together with our partner institutions, St. Lawrence College and Royal Military College, Queen’s is delighted to be hosting this event. The conference theme of transforming our learning experiences is a timely reflection of the enormous changes in the higher education landscape.
We don’t have to look far to see evidence of large-scale change, including an increasing focus on teaching and learning at all levels of post-secondary institutions, fabulous new learning spaces, innovations in technology-enhanced education, and first-class scholarship on teaching and learning. I look forward to taking part in inspiring discussion and debate and encourage all of you to share some of our own transformational practices at STLHE 2014 – as scholars, as teachers, and as scholarly teachers.
The conference team is hard at work to ensure that your time on the shores of Lake Ontario will be both intellectually transformative and truly enjoyable. We look forward to seeing you in Kingston for STLHE 2014.
Dr. Jill Scott, Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning)
Queen’s University at Kingston
Queen's University sits on the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples.