The European University Association (EUA) published a Call for Presentations for three Working Group sessions taking place on Friday 8 April from 9:00-10:30 at its Annual Conference 2016 ?Bricks and clicks for Europe: building a successful digital campus?, at the National University of Ireland (NUIG) Galway. Please note that this Call is only open to EUA member institutions.
Digitalisation is having a major impact on the ways universities conduct research, provide teaching and relate to their community. The EUA 2016 Annual Conference will explore how Europe?s universities are developing strategies to successfully integrate the development of physical and IT infrastructures (?bricks and clicks?), and how they are tackling the challenges involved in becoming more interactive and interconnected.
EUA is now inviting proposals for presentations containing concrete, hands-on explorations of institutional case studies for digitalisation. Proposals should preferably relate to overall institutional strategies and take into account the changes for the campus and the communities of the university (students, researchers, administration and management), focusing on three thematic areas: (1) learning and teaching, (2) research and open science and (3) outreach to society. Presentations should last no more than 15 minutes, and should aim to stimulate debate and share good practices.
Proposals for presentations can be submitted by completing the electronic form available here by Friday, 27 November 2015.
Download the full Call for Proposals here.