Eye on TAMK 2023 (Re)connecting Professional Networks

Multidisciplinary international week organised in Tampere, Finland

About the event

Welcome again to Tampere, Finland for Eye on TAMK 2023!

This time we emphasise on sharing your expertise and networking with the theme of (re)connecting professional networks: 

Share your expertise, teach students, choose from a wide range of sessions, participate in the workshops, be inspired by our talented speakers, network with colleagues from all over the world, get the taste of Finland’s excellent education system and enjoy our diverse cultural and social programme.

We invite policy makers and educational leaders to join to promote the development of change agency in education as well as rebuilding the networks and finding new collaboration platforms, expecially outside of EU.

In Tampere, we offer place to connect and find funding opportunities together as well as a safe haven for project planning and project meetings.

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Coming to TAMK campuses is allowed only when you feel well, and during your stay on campus we expect you to wear a face mask and practice good hand hygiene. This way we can ensure safe circumstances for studying and working for all of us. Every participant of the Eye on TAMK has a duty to act responsibly. Face masks will be available from the main entrances on the campus buildings throughout the week. TAMK restaurants are serving Eye on TAMK participants during the whole event, but the lunch break is scheduled later to avoid crowding.

A multidisciplinary week-long event

Eye on TAMK 2023 is a scientific, pedagogical, (inter)cultural and social event based on:

1. Lectures / Workshops / Seminars / Short Language Courses 

Lectures / Workshops/ Seminars/ Short Language Courses taught by Guests and/or TAMK Lecturers:We are most pleased to invite you to submit proposals in the following fields of studies: Languages, Media, Music, Arts, Health Care, Social Services, Engineering, Business, and Teacher Education. 

All the proposals will be reviewed by our lecturers/coordinators and accepted/refused according to their relevance to our curricula and theme of the week ((re)connecting professional networks). Other topics not referred to in the form may also be submitted and will be considered, if appropriate.  

 2. Project Development / Brainstorming / Collaborative Work

Project Development / Brainstorming / Collaborative Work together with the lecturers/staff of the same field of studies / research interests for sharing and project idea development;

a) If you would like to present best practices in a Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) project on digitalization and regional development, please briefly describe the project and provide the website.

b) If you would like to propose/discuss ideas or find new partners for RDI projects, please briefly describe the field(s) of interest.

3. Non-teaching Staff Track

Non-teaching Staff Track

a) If you would like to present best practices on your profession, please briefly describe your practice. b) If you would like to propose/discuss new project ideas, please briefly describe the field(s) of interest.

b) If you would like to propose/discuss new project ideas, please briefly describe the field(s) of interest.

4. Social and cultural programme

Take part in the social and cultural programme throughout the week. Plenty of networking opportunities and programmes available with a taste of the Finnish way of life. Come and see what makes Finland the happiest country in the world!

Take a look at the atmosphere of the previous years!

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