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     Annual Research Conference 2010, 14 - 16 December 2010
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‘Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?’; Exploring Meaning, Identities and Transformation in Higher Education

The 2010 SRHE Annual Research Conference will be held on 14, 15 and 16 December 2010 and, by popular demand, is returning to the Celtic Manor Resort near Newport in South Wales. Celtic Manor, set in 1400 acres of parkland in the stunning Welsh USK Valley, is one of the finest conference venues in Europe offering state of the art conference facilities, accommodation for all conference delegates and extensive and exclusive spaces for delegates to network.

We anticipate a start time on Tuesday 14 December of 11.00am (registration from 9.30am) and a finish time of around 4.30pm on Thursday 16 December 2010.

The Welcome Reception will be on the first evening, Tuesday 14 December and the Conference dinner on Wednesday 15 December.

The SRHE Annual Research Conference is planned as a participative event at which delegates presenting their own work will also participate in the discussions in plenary sessions and the presentations of the work of others. The Conference programme is planned on the basis that delegates will attend the whole event over the three days.

Key elements of the Conference programme will include:
  • Keynote speakers followed by small group discussions
  • Presentations of papers in individual sessions, group workshops, symposia and poster sessions
  • A Welcome Lunch for International delegates and also for First time attendees on Tuesday 14 December
  • A Welcome Reception on the evening of Tuesday 14 December followed by a series of pre dinner research seminars offering the opportunity for researchers to meet and discuss issues with colleagues working in similar or related research areas
  • Dinner in one of the resorts 5 highly rated restaurants
  • Conference dinner on Wednesday 15 December followed by entertainment

SRHE Annual Research Conference-submission of abstracts


Submitting authors will be asked to provide an abstract for peer review in two parts;

Part 1 Abstract: This needs to be a 150 word maximum summary of the proposal. This will be the information printed in the published conference programme.

Part 2 Outline: It will be a maximum 1000 word outline of the research to be presented.

Both parts will be required at the point of first submission and there will be no subsequent call for full papers for accepted abstracts later in the year.

The full paper consisting of parts 1 and 2 will be available for all delegates on a CD Rom at the Conference.

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Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Pre Conference

“Transforming Identities in Globalised Higher Education?Newer Researchers' Perspectives”

The Postgraduate and Newer Researchers Pre Conference will begin on the morning of Monday 13th December 2010 (10.00 am) and will end on Tuesday afternoon 14th December 2010 (after lunchtime) The morning of the second day is an optional addition. The venue will be the same as the Annual Research conference: the Celtic Manor Resort

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Dr Amanda Goodall
Why managers should not replace Socrates in the boardroom

Dr Nicholas Maxwell
The Urgent Need For An Academic Revolution: From Knowledge To Wisdom

Professor Etienne Wenger
Knowledgeability In Landscapes Of Practice: From Curriculum To Identity

Professor Sir David Watson
Higher education and higher education research in the age of austerity

Dr Jill Jameson
Conference Chair

  NEW for SRHE Conference 2010

Additional Events and excursions available for all SRHE Conference Delegates

We are pleased this year to be able to offer all delegates at the SRHE Conference 2010 the opportunity to take advantage of a range of events, both cultural and academic, whilst visiting Wales for the Conference. We are able to offer these events through a link up with Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at The University and Wales, Newport. They have very helpfully organised pre and post conference events for all out delegates to provide an opportunity to experience more than the Conference Resort venue-excellent as it is. We do hope that Conference delegates from around the UK as well as our international delegates will want to take advantage of these opportunities.

For further details on the range of events/visits available and how to book them please visit link below.
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