- Friday, 24 November 2023
9:15 am - 4:45 pm
- Guthrie Theatre (CB06.03.28)
As the higher education landscape remains fluid and dynamic, we continue to adapt, innovate and reshape our learning and teaching practices. This forum provides space for staff and students to come together to share learning from our current practice and innovations, explore new ideas, and discuss how we respond to new imperatives. Bringing these together in dialogue allows us to explore and plan how to shape our future direction across key areas of learning, teaching and curriculum in positive and productive ways.
A core focus of the forum is on the future of assessment, and our keynote speaker will be Professor David Boud, Emeritus Professor (UTS), Alfred Deakin Professor and Foundation Director of the Centre for Research on Assessment and Digital Learning (Deakin University), Professor of Work and Learning (Middlesex University, London).
Venue: Guthrie Theatre, CB06.03.028 (for opening and closing plenary sessions)*
Time: 9:15am – 4:45pm. Please aim to arrive 15-20 minutes earlier to check-in.
*Plenary sessions will also be streamed online for people wishing to join remotely. Concurrent presentations will not be streamed online.
The long program document can be viewed here: Long Program and Abstracts
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