Annual PHEE-AiME Conference: Post Pandemic Innovations in Engineering Education

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PHEE is pleased to invite you to attend the annual PHEE-AiME Conference which will now be delivered online in a half day. The event is co-sponsored by the EPC.

The Conference takes place on the morning of Wednesday 7th June 2023 with the theme: Post Pandemic Innovations in Engineering Education.

Please note: This is NOT an EPC-run event. Please click the 'Register' button below to be redirected to an external website to register for the event.

The event deals with both best practice and very recent developments in online learning for engineers in two well-balanced sessions. In addition, it incorporates the latest update on Subject Benchmark Statement Reviews 2022-23.

Please find the full Conference Programme, in the ”Event Programme” tab. The Conference is free of charge to all engineering colleagues at your University.

Please find the full event programme below. You can also download the event flyer to view the programme, by clicking the blue button below.

Welcome and Introduction

Session 1: Emerging Delivery and Learning Approaches in HE - Chair: Professor Clive Neal-Sturges, University of Birmingham)

Session 2: Virtual Learning Environments and Laboratories - Chair: Professor Adrian Porch, Cardiff University

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