SRHE Networks

Network meetings are free to members; non members will be charged an event fee. We would like to encourage SRHE members to participate and get in touch with network convenors to signal their interest and support.

Please note that you do not need to be a Network Convenor to propose an event or workshop – the SRHE team is always happy to hear your ideas and proposals. If you are interested in running a session with us but are not sure where to begin, please complete as much detail as you can on our events and workshops proposal form (click here to open: Proposal form – SRHE events & workshops) and e-mail it to Sinéad Murphy (sinead.murphy@srhe.ac.uk) and Adam Dawson (adam.dawson@srhe.ac.uk).

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Digital University

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Employability, Enterprise and Work-based Learning

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Higher Education Close-up

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Higher Education Policy

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International Research and Researchers

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Learning, Teaching And Assessment

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Newer Researchers

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Postgraduate Issues

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South West Regional Network

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Technical, Professional and Vocational Higher Education

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The Student Access and Experience Network

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Theory

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Propose a new network

To propose a new Network or for a new team of convenors to take on an existing SRHE Network, please see the following Network Guidance Notes

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Representations of Gypsy, Traveller , Roma, Showmen and Boater Communities in HE & WP discourse: @ForsterNatalie @GallagherGRT & @ccooper1309 provide a critical review and agenda for future research in the report from their SRHE funded project at https://srhe.ac.uk/research/completed-award-reports/

Just over 24 hours left to submit a research paper, symposium, or poster to our 2022 International Annual Research Conference! Deadline is 15/06/2022 (23:59 GMT+1). CFP, submission guidelines, assessment criteria, and links to submission pages at https://srhe.ac.uk/call-for-papers-2022/

Quick tip for anyone submitting their proposal to @SRHE73 conference #OxfordAbstracts portal and struggling with the 750 word limit. The site seems to interpret any extra spaces as characters. So edit yours down to reduce final submission frustration. #highereducation 🤓

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