Beautifully eclectic: Collaborative Conference Proceedings and Reflections
We are thrilled to present to you the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education’s Collaborative Conference Proceedings and Reflections – a collection of collaboratively written reports from the annual ALDinHE Conference that took place online and in person in June 2022. The conference participants this year had a unique opportunity to interact with the content of the presentations beyond the conference space, by contributing to the presenters’ open documents that gathered audiences’ comments, responses, questions, and suggestions the presenters considered and reflected on after the talk. In this sense, these reports are so much more than conference proceedings – they are an extension of the conference beyond the confines of the physical and temporal spaces demarcated by the event.
Deleuze, G. and Guattari, F. (1987) A thousand plateaus: Capitalism and schizophrenia. Trans. by Massumi, B. University of Minnesota Press.
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