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Programme

Becoming IATL

CAPITAL and Reinvention 10 years on...re-imagining the future of the University

Thursday 19 June 2014
10:00 – 11:00 Registration
  • Tea, coffee and a selection of morning goods provided on arrival
  • Guests are invited to explore the archive room curated by Francesca Duncan (R0.14, Ramphal Building)
Foyer, Ramphal Building
11:00 - 11:15 Introduction to the event
(Jonathan Heron, IATL Senior Teaching Fellow)
International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
11:15 – 11:45 Panel discussion among the visiting former fellows.
Chair: Naomi Alsop (IATL Teaching Fellow)
Fellows:
  • Lucy Cullingford
  • Nicolas Whybrow
  • Andrew Williams
International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
11:45 – 11:50 Moving between rooms
11:50 – 12:30 Workshops Andrew Williams International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
Nicolas Whybrow Foyer/R0.14, Ramphal Building
Lucy Cullingford R0.03/04, Ramphal Building
12:30 – 12:35 Moving between rooms
12:35 – 12:55 Sharing what took place in groups and permeable round table discussion Chair: Naomi Alsop (IATL Teaching Fellow)
Fellows:
  • Lucy Cullingford
  • Nicolas Whybrow
  • Andrew Williams
International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break Food and drinks provided Foyer, Ramphal Building
Guests are invited to explore the archive room curated by Francesca Duncan R0.14, Ramphal Building
'To Know How You Stand' workshop, led by Fiona Mikel (FellSwoop Theatre) R0.03/04, Ramphal Building
14:00 – 15:30 Student Participation session, facilitated by Jonathan Heron (IATL Senior Teaching Fellow). This session will consider student participation directly, by inviting current and former students to address the past, present and future of the Student Ensemble, Reinvention journal and the Student-as-Producer scheme. International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
15:30 – 16:00

Break (Refreshments provided)

  • Refreshments provided
  • Guests are invited to explore an archive room curated by Francesca Duncan (R0.14).
Foyer, Ramphal Building
16:00 – 17:00 Alumni respondents' session, facilitated by Nicholas Monk (IATL Deputy Director). The session will examine the relationship between some of the founding principles and activities of CAPITAL and Reinvention, and the world post-university for a group of our alumni. We hope to draw out some broad suggestions for future activities during the plenary element of the hour. International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
17:00 - 19:30

A Midsummer Night's Campus

  • Dinner and drinks
  • musical performance by the Coull Quartet
  • 'Making Space' session in the Humanities Studio
Senate House courtyard, University of Warwick

Friday 20 June 2014
09:00 - 09:30 Breakfast and Open-space Learning forum International Portal (R0.12, Ramphal Building)
09:30- 10:30 Open Space Learning trails Option A –
Eco-pedagogy trail.

Campus walk taking in elements of the Energy Trail, site visit to proposed outdoor developments at the Reinvention Centre, Student Allotments and the consultation on Campus Landscape Planning

University of Warwick campus, starting from the Foyer, Ramphal Building
Option B –
Performance trail.

This walk will visit important sites of performance on campus, including the Warwick Arts Centre, the SU Piazza and Tocil Field. Participants will be encouraged to share memories of performances at Warwick and ways in which the university can perform itself in the future.

10:30 – 11:00 Break (refreshments provided) IATL Office, Senate House
11:00 – 11:30 Plenary session with student respondents, facilitated by Paul Taylor (IATL Director). Response to the Event: Imagining the Future of the University. Humanities Studio, Humanities Building
11:30 – 12:00 Plenary session with IATL facilitators
12:00 - 12:30 Participant feedback
12:30 Finish

Event background and description

IATL was formed through the combination of The CAPITAL Centre and The Reinvention Centre for Undergraduate Research, both Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning funded by HEFCE.

This as a celebratory event for those people who have been associated with the work of the CAPITAL Centre, the Reinvention Centre and/or IATL at the University of Warwick. As well as looking back and at the successes of the CETLs and IATL so far, guests will also be encouraged to look to the future by identifying key themes and issues in Teaching and Learning that are yet to be addressed.