Summer School HoBid 2023
The international Summer School Approaches to Research on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (HoBid 2023) takes place on September 11th-15th 2023 in Paderborn, Germany
Teaching and learning at universities are addressed by many disciplines that are diverse in terms of content and methodology. Current research in higher education can be described as a multidisciplinary, but hardly as an interdisciplinary field of research. Doctoral students in this field often feel that they do not really belong to any of these disciplines concerned with teaching and learning in higher education.
The aim of the Summer School is to offer young academics in higher education research a platform for working on their projects, further education and networking.
The first summer school took place at the University of Paderborn in 2019 with the topic "Quality", and the second summer school at Hamburg University with the topic “Diversity”.
The third summer school invites young academics to discuss their research in the light of "Science communication". Renowned senior researchers (e.g., Carla Bohndick, Alexa Brase, Eileen Lübcke, Miriam Hansen, Tobias Jenert, Ingrid Scharlau) are going to give keynotes, workshops and facilitate discussions. Renowned senior researchers (e.g., Dominikus Herzberg, Tobias Jenert, Dorothe Kienhues, Ingrid Scharlau, Theresa Velden, Ulli Vilsmaier) are going to give keynotes or workshops and experienced researchers Regina Bedersdorfer, Alexa Brase, Miriam Hansen, and Eileen Lübcke will facilitate group discussions.
HoBid is organized by Prof. Dr. Carla Bohndick (University of Hamburg, Hamburg Center for University Teaching and Learning), Prof. Dr. Tobias Jenert (Paderborn University, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics), and Prof. Dr. Ingrid Scharlau (Faculty of Arts and Humanities) and takes place at Paderborn from September 11th to 15th 2023.
Please apply for HoBid 2023 here until January 15th, 2023: HoBid application form
The Summer School is funded by the VolkswagenStiftung. Housing and travel costs are covered by the Summer School.