This is the 35th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education.
The theme of ASCILITE 2018 is ‘Open oceans: Learning without borders’. Picture sitting on a beach and looking at the ocean, stretching before you towards the horizon, and dreaming about the possibilities, reflecting on the past, or being mindfully present in the moment. The sea is vast. This vision captures the infinite possibilities when considering innovation, practice and research in the use of educational technologies in tertiary education.
|Date||Sunday, 25 November 2018 - Wednesday, 28 November 2018|
|Where||Deakin University, Waterfront Campus, Geelong, Victoria, Australia|
|Full Details||ASCILITE 2018 website|
Changing employment opportunities and work requirements mean that lifelong learning has evolved into a fact of life for working adults.
With the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) set to recognise micro-credentials within New Zealand’s government-regulated education and training system, post-secondary institutions and corporations can leverage micro-credentials to suit the needs of non-traditional learners.
Prepare to take advantage of the opportunities micro-credentials present, by joining Mark Leuba VP, Product Management from IMS Global Learning Consortium and Dr Deborah Everhart, VP Design and Innovation at Learning Objects in this special webinar event. They will provide an overview of micro-credentials, the digital credentials ecosystem and increasing the signal strength of digital credentials, enabling:
|Date||Thursday 11 October 2018|
|Time||11:30am - 12:15 NZDT|
|Speakers||About the speakers|
7th National Conference on Work Integrated Learning.
The Conference theme is ‘WIL Creating Connections Building Futures’, which seeks to explore the following sub-themes:
|Date||Wednesday, 3 October 2018 - Friday, 5 October 2018|
|Full Details||ACEN 2018 website|
This conference is the event platform that will provide educators and learning professionals with essential strategic and technical knowledge to facilitate their digital transformation.
|Date||Tuesday, 17 July 2018 - Wednesday, 18 July 2018|
|Where||The Langham Hotel, Melbourne|
|Full Details||Conference website|
Developing curriculum resulting in evidence-backed credentials and employment aligned programs with the power of backward design. Discover innovative competency based models within a next generation digital learning environment and why that is important to delivering personalised and relevant learning experiences, micro-credentials and improving learner grit and determination.
Learning Technology Partner
Manager - Partnerships
This event brings together micro-credentialing leaders from Australia and across the globe, enthusiastic to share knowledge and discuss the impact on educational institutes, learners and industry.
|Date and Time||Friday 8 June 2018, 9:00am - 6:00pm|
|Where||Monash College, Level 7, 271 Collins Street, Melbourne Victoria 3000
Entrance map to 271 Collins Street, Melbourne
IMPORTANT: We highly recommend that you download the entrance map as there are two sets of elevators and only one elevator provides access to Level 7
|Speakers||About the speakers|
|Program||Download event flyer|
Some of the questions being addressed include:
Pose your questions during registration and engage directly with our panel of international and local leaders on the day.
Hear from a panel of students on their real-world experiences using micro-credentials to gain employment.
Discover the latest movements in micro-credentialing globally, network with like-minded peers and connect with other micro-credentialing leaders.
Relevant for leaders from higher education and industry seeking to increase their understanding of micro-credentialing and the opportunity it presents.
Case studies / panel discussion with:
|Join the new Micro-Credentialing in Australia LinkedIn Group|
Performance and persistence: two important measures that institutions are always looking to improve, especially for large, general education courses where students struggle to stay engaged.
In this webinar, you will hear case studies and results from Arizona State University's (ASU) active adaptive course implementations.
Discover how a standards-based architecture supported innovative learning approaches and curriculum design, that helped students and instructors move toward successful learning outcomes.
A recording of the webinar will be available post event.
|Date and Time||Monday 30 April 2018, 4:00pm (EDT) / Tuesday 1 May 2018, 6:00am (AEST)|
|Webinar recording||View recording|
Dale Johnson, Adaptive Program Manager, Ed Plus at ASU
Dr Jonathan (Jon) Mott, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Objects, A Cengage Company
Samantha (Sam) Birk, HED program manager, IMS Global Learning Consortium
8th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK) Conference.
LAK 18 provides a forum to address critical issues and challenges confronting the education sector today, by harnessing the power of data science in combination with learner-centred design.
|Date||Monday, 5 March 2018 - Friday, 9 March 2018|