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TEALfest 2022

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Technology Enhanced Active Learning Festival

What is TEALfest?

Following the successful inaugural TEALFest in May 2020, the LDCU is pleased to announce the third technology enhanced active learning (TEAL) festival.

TEALfest is an online festival for sharing technology enhanced active learning practice, research, ideas and experiences.

Throughout the week we will have a series of events from colleagues and guest speakers.

When is TEALfest 2022?

TEALfest 22 will take place online from Monday 14th March to Friday 18th March inclusive.

Theme - Responding to student needs

Blended and online learning has become part of everyday practice for many of us, technology is providing new opportunities and challenges in teaching and learning. TEALfest 22 will explore how we are responding to student needs, how we can take lessons learnt from the previous two years and develop our understanding and practice to meet the evolving needs of our students. This festival is an opportunity to reflect upon our experiences from different perspectives, what have we learnt and what may the future look like? The conference organisers would particularly welcome collaborative submissions from different perspectives including student involvement.

Conference themes

  1. Hybrid teaching and learning
  2. Building inclusive communities online
  3. Rethinking flexible/blended teaching and learning
  4. Transition
  5. Wildcard

Call for proposals 2022

View the full call for proposals.

Session Formats

The format of the event is designed to be multimodal to encourage participation in a variety of different formats. Below are some examples of the types of sessions that will be available:

Posters/Artefacts (Digital)

Nano-presentations (10 minutes ‘showcasing’ presentations)

Presentation (30 mins including 10 mins for questions and discussion)

Round table discussion - a group of panellists share their perspectives on a given topic. (60 minutes including 10 minutes for questions)

Submit a Proposal

Submit your proposal by 21st January 2022.

To support you in writing your proposal, you are invited to the following online writing retreat (open to Warwick colleagues only) :

Friday 14th January 2022, 11am – 1pm

We are running an online writing retreat on Friday 14th January 2022, 11am – 1pm to provide some dedicated and blocked out time to write your TEALfest 2022 submission. Kerry Dobbins will be facilitating the retreat and will be on-hand to provide guidance and answer any questions. She will be happy to chat 1-2-1 about your submission too.

You are welcome to join the retreat at any time during the two-hour block and leave when needed.

Email Kerry ( and she will send across a meeting invite to your calendar with the joining link. You are also welcome to join anytime on the day by using this link: Click here to join the meeting 

Call for reviewers.

For Warwick colleagues we are also opening up our call for reviewers. This will be a great opportunity to support the work of TEALfest and develop your skills in reviewing the scholarly work of others. Further information can be found here.

Register to attend

TEALfest is open to all staff and students at the University of Warwick and attendees from other institutions. If you are external to the University of Warwick, you must register.

Joining instructions for registered attendees will be sent on Friday 12th March.

Registration will open shortly.


The TEALfest 2022 programme is under construction, and will be available in February 2022.

Contact us

Email: tealfest at warwick dot ac dot uk

Look back at TEALfest 2021

Look back at TEALfest 2020

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