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Conference NU2022 on Higher Education Pedagogy

Welcome to the conference NU2022 - Sweden's largest meeting place for dialogue, and debate on pedagogical development in Higher Education. NU2022 gathers under the theme "Making learning visible". In 2022, SSE is one of the proud co-organizers of the event. We hope you have the opportunity to participate and encourage colleagues to submit contributions.

Location: Stockholm and online. SSE will host a mingle event on 15th June.

This Higher Education pedagogical conference is aimed at university teachers and other employees at universities and colleges, including researchers in Higher Education Pedagogy, educational developers, academic leaders and students at Swedish universities.

The topic of the conference is "Making Learning Visible". Questions around this theme are:

  • What can we learn from the new teaching practices that developed during the covid-19 situation, and how can we benefit from this knowledge in the future?
  • How can different types of learning be made visible in different environments: physical and digital?
  • How can formative feedback be developed and used in the planning, implementation and evaluation of teaching and learning in the new teaching practices?
  • How can data generated during digital interactions be used to develop teaching and learning?
  • How can teaching and learning be planned, implemented, and evaluated with the support of research?
  • What role does collegial learning play in supporting teachers' professional development?
  • How can the visibility of learning be used for quality development of higher education?

Take part!

Call for papers

Do you want to contribute to the conference? You can send your abstract until November 19th 2021.


Registration to NU2022 is open until May 13 2022.

For more information, please check NU 2022 website.


The conference is supported by SUHF, Sveriges universitets- och högskoleförbund (The Swedish Association of Universities and University Colleges).

Organizers: Stockholm University, Swedish Defence University, Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences, Stockholm School of Economics and Royal College of Music