Linköping University invites to the Second International Conference on Problem-based Learning in Higher Education, September 2000, in Linköping, Sweden.

(Registration is still open.)

Dear participants,
Heartily welcome to Linköping and Sweden.
The final programme in now available on line. Please note, the printed programme will be available in Linköping but will not be sent to the delegates in advance. Please keep updated through the web-site. The programme contains plenary-sessions, paper presentations, workshops and symposia.

Opening ceremony
You are all welcome to the opening ceremony September 17, 17.00: entertainment and refreshments at Linköping Konsert & Kongress.

The conference dinner September 18 starts with refreshments in the foajé at 18.00. At 18.45 you are all welcome to a concert in "Konsertsalen" given by the Linköping University choir "Linnea". After the concert a buffet from the county of Östergötland will be served in "Garden".

Registration will be open from 13.00 Sunday 17th. Monday 18th registration will be open from 07.00. The following days, from 07.30.

Please read the instructions for presenters.

Participants in the introduction seminar
Please read the information for participants.

For conference delegates that do not have any or only little previous experience in problem-based learning, we arrange an introduction seminar in connection to the conference. The participants will take part in educational situations typical for problem-based educational programs. The seminar will be based on group activities and discussions dealing with central aspects of PBL.

The Conference will take place at Linköping Konsert & Kongress, downtown Linköping.

Official Sponsors:

About the conference:
    Program Committee
    General Information


Key-note speakers

Submission of Abstracts (closed)

Registration (still open!)

    PBL introduction seminar,
     September 16-17

    Information for presenters

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Last modified on September 11, 2000 by Paul Pop.