Online International Forum for Peer Learning 2022
16 June 2022| Zoom online event
The International Academic Peer Learning Network, and the European Centre for SI-PASS, are delighted to invite you to attend this online International Forum for Peer Learning and Peer Support on Thursday 16th June 2022. The Forum will be held online via Zoom.
Building on the highly successful online Forum held in January 2021, this promises to be another exciting event. At the last Forum we welcomed participants across several different time zones including from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Turkey, UK, and the United States. Presentations and discussion forums included topics about moving peer learning online, building peer communities, the role of peer learning in widening access and transition to university, and developing student resilience and wellbeing.
Through attending this 2022 Forum event, you can join like-minded practitioners and students for stimulating virtual debates and discussions about many aspects of peer learning and peer support. It will be an opportunity to reflect on what has worked well this year, and what some of the challenges have been, in online and hybrid learning and teaching environments.
Programme for the Forum
- Final full programme and Abstracts here.
Fees and registration for the Forum
Deadline for registration June 1st!
- Early Bird Fee (registration before April 30th) SEK 460 (approx. GBP 40)
- Full registration (registration after April 30th) SEK 575 (approx. GBP 50)
- Student co-presenter free of charge
- Student Early Bird (registration before April 30th) SEK 290 (approx. GBP 25)
- Student full reg (registration after April 30th) SEK 400 (approx. GBP 35)
Call for Contributions
The call for contribution is closed.
Please save the date and consider submitting a proposal to present a pre-recorded session on an aspect of peer practices, or a live workshop which enables delegates to develop particular skills or insights.
We look forward to seeing you in June!
For more information, please contact the team on SI-PASS [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se
Catherine McConnell, University of Brighton, UK
Lise-Lotte Mörner, Lund University Sweden
Dave Lochtie, The Open University, UK
Amanda Pocklington, University of Exeter, UK