2016 EAIR Forum Welcome
Welcome to the 38th Annual EAIR Forum Birmingham 2016
When and where?
From Wed 31 August until Sat 3 September 2016 at Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK
Birmingham City University warmly welcomes you to participate in the 38th annual EAIR Forum. We are located in the centre of Birmingham, the UK’s second city. The City of Birmingham is regarded as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and is surrounded by some of the most typical and beautiful English countryside. With its wide range of facilities and rich cultural heritage, Birmingham is an ideal venue.
The Curzon Building, where the main business of the Forum will be held, opened in June 2015 and occupies an enviable position overlooking one of Britain’s newest city parks and adjoining the City’s ground-breaking science museum, ‘Thinktank’. Curzon Building is one of four new or refurbished buildings that together form the City Centre Campus.
Early bird deadline: 1 July 2016
Forum registration is now closed!
The theme of the 2016 EAIR Forum is:
Only Connect: Collaboration, cooperation and capacity building through HE partnerships
The six tracks of the 2016 EAIR Forum are:
Student Experience and Engagement
Working in partnership with students: the importance of experience and engagement.
Innovative higher education practice through partnership work.
Partnerships and Quality
Emerging quality partnerships.
Research and Impact
Creating impact through higher education research partnerships.
Learning and Teaching
Learning and teaching in higher education: the perfect partnership?
Governance and Leadership
Higher education governance in an age of collaborative working.
Visit the CHER or EAIE conference after the EAIR Birmingham Forum?
29th CHER Conference – Queen’s College, Cambridge, UK – from 5 till 7 September 2016
Forum Theme: The University as a Critical Institution?
More info on http://www.cher-highered.org/
28th EAIE Conference & Exhibition – Liverpool, UK – from 13 till 16 September 2016
Forum Theme: Imagine…
More info on http://www.eaie.org/liverpool.html