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PASS and Peer Learning Conference 2019: Excellence and Innovation: The Future of Peer Learning

In its 15th year of operation, PASS and Peer Learning Conference (PPLC) is a dynamic event dedicated to sharing best practice around operating peer learning programs and attracts staff and peer leaders from Universities across the Asia-Pacific region.

This year the theme is Excellence and Innovation: The Future of Peer Learning. The PPLC is an opportunity for students, program coordinators and university leadership to connect around the use of peer to peer learning in higher education. It is a chance to share innovations, ideas and challenges related to recruitment, training, innovative facilitation techniques, marketing strategy, technology, evaluation, reporting and so much more. The most exciting part of PPLC is the high proportion of students who attend — at least 50 per cent of delegates are student leaders, who actively design and deliver a large proportion of the workshops.

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