30-31 May 2017, Melbourne School of Design
Presented by the Melbourne CSHE, and sponsored by Academic Services of the University of Melbourne, this conference is a premier opportunity for all staff of the University to meet and exchange ideas and information on the diverse range of approaches to teaching and learning; support of teaching and learning and the Melbourne experience; and best practice exemplars of quality teaching and learning.
Teaching and learning at the University of Melbourne prepares well-rounded graduates who are academically outstanding, practically grounded and socially responsible. The five themes of the conference reflect our teaching and learning culture by focusing on:
- Challenge – Developing graduates who enjoy and embrace intellectual challenge
- Inquiry – Developing graduates skilled in critical thinking, inquiry research and discovery
- Application – Developing graduates skilled in applying knowledge and ideas to practical problems
- Collaboration – Developing graduates skilled in working collaboratively with others
- Self-direction – Developing graduates who are self-aware, reflective and self-directing learners.
Laureate Professor John Hattie will give the keynote presentation at this conference. Professor Hattie is Director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute and incoming Deputy Dean of the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Read more about Prof. Hattie.
The conference will be of interest to University of Melbourne academic and professional staff involved in undergraduate or postgraduate teaching and learning.
This is a free event for University of Melbourne staff only.
This conference will be held in the basement level of the Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne.
Call for abstracts
Submissions now closed
Three outstanding presentations will be selected for further development and publication in the Melbourne CSHE Occasional Papers series. There will also be a prize for the best poster presentation.
Abstracts will be reviewed against the following criteria:
- Contribution to scholarship and/or practice
- Relevance to the University beyond own context
- Alignment with the conference themes.
Register to attend
Registrations are now closed.
For further queries, please contact:
+61 3 8344 1121
Key Note: What works best in Higher Education teaching and learning, Laureate Professor John Hattie
|Title of Poster:||Author's Name:|
|Fieldfriend: A multimodal app for field-based mobile learning|
Alexis Pang, Anthony Weatherley, Gordon Yau and David Vasjuta
|Making the right choice - informing student enrolment choice through LMS subject||Deborah Jones|
|Developing skills - new ways of working at Academic Skills||Guido Ernst|
|Embedding academic literacy in supervising and supporting RHD students in thesis writing: Discrepancies, challenges and strategies||Ha Nguyen|
|A web-based movie library and PeerMark benefits student learning||Kwang Cham|
|Blended Learning Bootcamp in Arts West||Meredith Hinze & Arts eTeaching Team: Mitch Buzza, Cameron Dunlop, Jordan Old|
|Creating a better educational video experience for student learners||Peter Mellow|
|Pedagogy perspectives: MOOC case studies||Peter Mellow|