Innovative Learning Week 2015
Innovative Learning Week (ILW) 2015 will take place from 16-20 February. Event booking is now open.
What happens during ILW?
This is the fourth annual festival of creative learning and is your chance to develop new skills, meet new people and work with academics from across the School and beyond.
From exciting trips to some of Scotland’s best historic sites, to examining early weapons or trying your hand at archaeological diving - it’s the perfect time to dive in and explore new activities!
Some events may be filmed or photographed, if you do not wish to be included please let the person filming or photographing know on the day.
Event booking is now live.
Visit the list of activities below or in the right-hand menu of this page.
Trips and Excursions
Heritage in Practice: Stirling and Bannockburn in the 21st Century
Medieval Fife - Coach Trip - FULLY BOOKED
Classics Society Does: Athens 2015 - FULLY BOOKED
Adobe Illustrator for archaeologists
GPS in archaeological survey and recording
Inspired roundhouses - inspiring roundhouses
Keep calm and DIVE for your research
Stone & Thermolithic Technologies
3D Imaging: Surface Scanning, 3D Printing and Hands on Amira Training
Theatrical Design and Construction
Archaeology beyond the living: a hands-on workshop - FULLY BOOKED
Danger! Weapons Testing! - FULLY BOOKED
Make Your Own Pots - FULLY BOOKED
Splash into the past! - FULLY BOOKED
Seminars & Panel Discussions
A Look Back at the American Civil War Sesquicentennial
Heritage in Practice: Evening Panel
Heritage in Practice: Evening reception
‘Killed the Boar, Shaved his Head’; the Violent Death of Richard III’
Living the ‘60s: A Conversation with Robert Hewison
The Scotland and Slavery Project
Films & productions
Other event types
Contemporary Events and Future History
Introduction to the Scottish History book collection
The Scottish History book collection - Book sale
Full University programme of events
As well as the School's great programme, there will be events taking place across the University that are open to all.
Find out what else is happening on the Innovative Learning Week website.
Keep in touch
If you have any questions with regard to events taking place in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, please contact us at the email below.
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