Exhibitions will be available in EC1-29 (open space) all day on Thursday and until the end of lunchtime on Friday. However, the exhibitions will be manned between:
Thursday 26th June
09:00 to 09:30
11:50 to 14:00
15:40 to 16:30
Friday 27th June
11:40 to 13:40
The exhibitions include:
Jeremy Pitt and Mark Greenway from Design BP will be demonstrating some of their live augmented reality projects which bring the virtual world and real world together.
Please download the free apps QuadRun and designbpAR onto your smart device and have a go yourself on the day.
Engineering and Computing
Innovative Teaching and Practice within the Faculty.
Development and Alumni Relations Office
Building lifelong relationships with our alumni.
Centre for Excellence in Learning Enhancement (CELE)
The Centre for Excellence in Learning Enhancement (CELE) is a specialist teaching and learning, research and development centre hosted within the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at Coventry University. CELE will be showcasing some of the projects that they have been involved in as part of working both within the Faculty and with external stakeholders.
The Timetabling Team
We know getting your timetables all booked can sometimes be very traumatic for our academic colleagues. As a modern timetabling team we do much more than just data entry for room bookings… come along to find out how we can help make the timetabling process smoother and how you can help us to improve for the future.
Making the most of No Hidden Extras ‘Books’
The University spends a lot of money on books for students as part of the ‘Promises’ or ‘No hidden extras’ scheme. Come along to find out what options there are for different types of books and reading resources and to see examples of how some courses are making really good use of these expensive resources to improve student achievement and engagement.
Modern e-books have a wide range of functions that can make them more effective than print books and of course they are far more portable. Come along and see what is possible and discuss if having one or more e books might be a good options for your courses.
CUReS (Coventry University Research Solutions)
We will be exhibiting the module and course evaluation process at the university. As part of this, we encourage staff to talk to us about the evaluation process so that we can explain how and why the system works and we also encourage staff suggestions to help us with our ongoing goal to make the surveys as smooth and efficient as possible.
Organisational Development and Learning
An opportunity to discuss academic development support and HEA accredited courses.
Centre for Academic Writing (CAW)
The Centre for Academic Writing (CAW) is an innovative teaching and research centre at Coventry University. CAW’s Academic Writing Tutors enable students to gain confidence and skills in academic writing while CAW’s Academic Writing Lecturers provide consultancy for staff in the teaching of writing and in writing for scholarly publication. Come and find out more about what CAW has to offer you!
Coventry University Students Union
Coventry University Students’ Union is an independent charity. We will be are exhibiting information about the services that we provide and explaining our role in representing students at Coventry University
The central social media team (Marketing and Communications)
We will be here to provide support and guidance for staff wishing to use Twitter during the event. We will also have some handouts for staff and are more than happy to discuss all things social media related.
Internationalisation Good Practice for Global Citizenship in the Department of English and Languages (BES)
This stand will display the wide-ranging internationalisation activities in the Department of English and Languages and will include examples of:
1. Internationalisation of the curriculum (e.g. OIL projects; Postcolonial Literature; Hispanic and Francophone themes)
2. Dedicated and tailor-made English support for international students (e.g. Presessional and English for Academic Purposes modules; Writing for a Purpose/Learn English British Council –Coventry University Website)
3. Internationalisation impact in the community with initiatives like Routes into Languages and the Irish Diaspora at the Herbert Gallery
4. Student-driven internationalisation activities (languages swap-shops in the Hub)
5. Collaboration with IEMS to support internationalisation (international placements and mobility; Linguae Mundi)
6. French and Spanish film clubs
7. Staff mobility with Socrates/Erasmus
8. Summer Schools for visiting scholars from China
9. Research-driven internationalisation activities