Call for National Seminar Series 2021-22

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The National Forum have issued to a call to members of the higher education community by who would like to take part in the National Seminar Series 2021-22 and organise a seminar and collaborate with colleagues to progress key topics in the realm of teaching and learning enhancement.

The seminars can be online, or face-to-face (if public health restrictions allow).

There are four funding streams in the 2021-22 call, in line with the key strategic priorities of the National Forum 2019-21:

  • The Professional Development of All Those Who Teach
  • Teaching and Learning in a Digital World
  • Teaching and Learning Enhancement Within and Across Disciplines
  • Student Success

The application deadline is 5pm on Friday, 25 June.

For more information on the call, please see here.

Established in 2014, the National Seminar Series aims to provide space, in local contexts through local seminars, for connections to be established between colleagues in higher education around shared research and practice interests. National and international experts are also often invited to provide insights on important issues. In its first eight years, the National Seminar Series saw over close to 500 seminars organised across Irish higher education institutions.

The National Forum team is comprised of experienced academic, research and administrative staff and students, drawn from across Irish higher education institutions. The team is united by a desire to connect, support and inform all those involved in the enhancement of teaching and learning in Irish higher education. is Ireland’s largest part-time course finder database, with thousands of part-time courses, evening, morning and weekend classes and adult education courses to choose from. You’ll find your perfect course on

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