Registration has opened for three of the symposia in the 2014 Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) series on Interculturalism and Translating Cultures. The aims of the events is to: enable institutions to disseminate models of practice for the integration of teaching and research; develop innovative new approaches to research-led teaching; promote the sharing of policy, practice and evidence through facilitating the dissemination of experience within and across institutions; build on expertise and interest within the sector by promoting knowledge exchange and developing academic communities of practice; provide opportunities for participants to review and reflect on their own practice; and encourage collaboration between HEIs as well as between HEIs and external partners.
Details of topics, dates and venues are below. Information on the three additional symposia will be communicated as soon as they are available.
1. Intercultural and multilingual skills in postgraduate education, research and beyond: Creative approaches for exchange
Date: 19 Jun 2014
Start Time: 09:00 am
Location/venue: University of Glasgow School of Education St Andrew’s Building 11 Eldon St. Glasgow , G3 6NH
2. PGT/PGR Translation Training Symposium in Your Subject in the Digital Age for Non-Linguistics/Non-Languages researchers – HEA-AHRC symposia series on interculturalism and translating cultures
Date: 20 Jun 2014 – 21 Jun 2014
Start Time: 10:00 am
Location/venue: University of Stirling School of Arts and Humanities University of Stirling Stirling , FK9 4LA
3. Translation in the digital age: pedagogy and current practices
Date: 17 Jul 2014
Start Time: 09:30 am
Location/venue: London Metropolitan University The Henry Thomas Room 166-220 Holloway Road London , N7 8DB