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Notices for April 2017
Managing your tertiary education careerl
The tertiary education sector offers a wide range of careers and career pathways. However, at times it can be difficult to move successfully from one role to another more senior or challenging role. In addition, internal restructures and reduced budgets have added complexity to managing your career. This workshop comprises a panel of subject matter experts who will provide valuable and practical career management advice for tertiary education staff.
Dr Ruth Bridgstock is looking for 6-7 teams to mentor in working with the GE2.0 toolkit in different ways during 2017. Each team will have the opportunity to share their work in progress at a subsidised GE2.0 roundtable in Adelaide in late 2017 / early 2018, and will contribute a chapter to an edited book with a high level educational publisher in 2018. Who should apply? Educators and educational leaders who want to explore connected and networked approaches to learning and teaching, the development of learners’ professional connectedness capabilities (online and/or face-to-face), and / or strengthen the connectedness of their educational programs and organisational areas. Submissions are due COB April 28th 2017 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Email Dr Bridgstock for more information on what it involves.
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Notices for January 2017
Australian Council for Private Education and Training
ACPET traditionally provides professional development opportunities for VET educators. However, many of their webinars and workshops are applicable to higher education PD generally. Please click on the links for their 2017 calendar of offerings and registration details.
Learning and Teaching Forum 2017
Hurry! Final days for registration for the 25th annual Learning and Teaching Forum (TLF) to be held at Curtin University 2&3 February, 2017.
The theme for 2017 is Innovation: Multiple Dimensions in Teaching and Learning. This Forum aims to include presentations that highlight and explore innovations relevant to higher education.
For further information or to register go to: https://www.wand.edu.au/teaching-and-learning-forum-2017
Editing support from the HERDSA WA Branch for academic abstracts to 2017 HERDSA Conference
The HERDSA WA Branch is pleased to offer a new initiative of providing peer feedback on draft abstracts prior to submission for peer review. The aim of the peer feedback initiative is particularly to provide mentoring to less experienced scholars, but we recognise that feedback from peers can be helpful whatever one’s stage of development or level of experience. This process is entirely independent of the peer review process for the final submissions for the conference. Peer reviewers will be members of the WA Branch Committee and other volunteer HERDSA WA Branch members.
Anyone interested in participating is invited to email their draft abstract directly to Dr Melissa Davis (Chair, HERDSA WA Branch) before 30 January (closing date for abstract submissions is 6 Feb) at (email@example.com)
Coming in 2017…Blackboard Learn will tour Australia with their team of Education experts…
Blackboard Education on Tour in ANZ
February - March, 2017
Blackboard is going on a tour of five cities with their team of subject matter experts. Learn, collaborate and share with your peers via the different workshops for faculty, learning designers, developers and education leaders. They will share Blackboard’s future product strategy and plans, with a detailed look into the roadmaps and highlight the innovations of their solutions. This is also an opportunity for them to hear your experiences and feedback.
*Dates and venues for individual Australian cities may be found on the Blackboard pages at the link above.