The EQAF Programme Committee is inviting proposals for abstracts to be presented during the 2020 Online European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF)
EQAF is organised annually by ENQA, ESU, EUA and EURASHE and regularly attracts more than 400 participants from the higher education quality assurance community from Europe and beyond. Considering the exceptional circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s EQAF event will take place online. The event will focus on the theme “Flexible higher education: implications for QA” and will explore whether quality assurance is fit for the flexible and dynamic environment of higher education and how it could better support higher education institutions in becoming more flexible and encourage them make the most of it.
During the Forum, online sessions will provide space for more exchange about policy initiatives, research and practical case examples related to the Forum theme and more generally about current developments in quality assurance. The revised call for contributions welcomes submissions from quality assurance practitioners in higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies, students, and researchers in the field.
To support the contributors during this demanding period and to best conform to the online format of the event, EQAF Programme Committee has decided to simplify the call and to seek proposals for abstracts only. The Committee apologises for any inconvenience this change may cause for those who may have already started to prepare their contributions. The Committee encourages them to submit their abstracts instead or to submit their proposal for presentation during the 2021 EQAF. For more information, please consult the documents below. The deadline to submit contributions is 27 July 2020.
Further information about EQAF 2020, including the programme and registration information will be available in the early September on the event page. For updates, follow @EQAF and #EQAF on twitter and/or join the LinkedIn group “European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF)”.