The University of Oxford Department of Education’s Public Seminar Series
The University of Oxford Department of Education’s Public Seminar Series are held on a termly basis throughout the academic year and are designed to engage wider audiences in topical research areas from across the department. Seminars are free to attend and held on most Mondays during term from 5pm. Each seminar is convened by a member of the department and speakers include academics from across the department, the wider University, as well as internationally recognised professionals from across the globe.
Events in the series are aimed at academics, researchers, teachers, head teachers, government members, policy-makers and students, although anyone with an interest in the topic is welcome to attend.
All public seminars led by the department are free to attend and open to all.
All upcoming seminars are publicised, in advance, on the department’s event pages and where possible recorded and made available on the University’s podcast site.
Type: Seminar Series
Web Address: http://www.education.ox.ac.uk/news-events/events/?event_type=public-seminar
Organising department: Department of Education
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