ACDS Learning and Teaching Leaders Conference 2022 Posted in Events, News, Teaching and Learning on May 4, 2022 by Glenda Key. What does a BSc look like, post-COVID? is the theme for the ACDS Learning & Teaching Leaders Conference to be held on Tuesday 14 June and Wednesday 15 June 2022. This conference invitation is extended to the Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning) or equivalent of each ACDS member faculty, Deans of Science, and emerging leaders. This is the premier event for faculty leaders in science teaching and learning. The conference will explore ‘What does a BSc look like, post-COVID?’ – Adapting to COVID has had a significant impact on teaching, prompting a re-evaluation of many practices that have been standard for years, particularly in assessment and the balance between on campus and online experiences. At the same time, there are pressures for greater breadth in science degrees such as cultural competence and producing work-ready graduates. We will explore these themes with a mix of speakers and discussion. Key note speakers will be announced soon. Dates: Tuesday 14 June and Wednesday 15 June 2022 Place: Australian National University Costs: There is no registration fee, but delegates fund their own travel and accommodation. Delegates: Deans and Associate Deans Learning & Teaching from ACDS member Faculties are invited. Faculties may nominate one further learning and teaching leader or emerging leader. Registration: Details regarding how to register have been emailed to Deans and Associate Deans (Teaching & Learning) or equivalent. Further information is available by emailing the ACDS at firstname.lastname@example.org Conference dinner: The conference dinner will be held on Tuesday evening. Delegates should make their own way to the dinner venue, and as in previous years, a $50 co-payment towards the dinner is requested at the time of registration, receipts will be issued.