Teachers, researchers and students at Uppsala University are invited to spend an intensive conference day sharing their knowledge and experience of teaching and educational development and to avail themselves of the immense aggregate knowledge within the University. The conference is intended to serve as a forum for enhanced cooperation across subject and discipline boundaries, to provide an opportunity for participants to enhance their own teaching qualifications and find new inspiration.

Students, teachers or students and teachers in cooperation are welcome to participate and to propose conference activities.

Every other year Uppsala University arranges the Conference for University Pedagogical Development.
Organizer is the Unit for Academic Teaching and Learning.

Learning and Teaching Conference for 19 October 2023!

The Conference for University Pedagogical Development takes place in Blåsenhus 19 October 2023.
Information about the Conference will be updated.

The 2023 conference theme is Playfulness in Learning; play mind-set, challenges, activating learning, teaching, and stimulating learning environments to motivate and engage students and teachers!

Programme Pdf, 104 kB.

Keynotes are,

Rikke Toft Nørgård
Associate Professor at Aarhus University and researches playful futures for higher education and playful formats for teaching and learning. She is currently coordinating a Horizon Europe project investigating how higher education can collaborate with industries and organizations through cultural game jams.

Åsa Kronkvist
ICT-educator at Kristianstad University where she mainly works with producing playful educational content for teachers and students in order to create an engaging learning process.

Deadline for submission Call of Proposals: June 30, 2023 to

Instructions Call of Proposals Pdf, 120 kB.

Last day for registration was October 10.

Please send questions about the conference to

See the Swedish website for more information.You can find recorded lectures from previous conferences at the Swedish webpage.