This research symposium is designed for researchers, educators and practitioners to engage with colleagues, learn about and critically discuss current activities relating to New Generation Learning Spaces, and gain feedback and advice on preparing research for publication.

The symposium will include presentations on OLT projects funded to explore Learning Analytics and a Distributed Leadership approach to leading change.

Register to attend the symposium and find out about how people are responding to new generation physical learning spaces.

This event is hosted by the RMIT Centre for Business Education Research (CBER) and HERDSA (Vic.).

Call for abstracts
A feature of the symposium will be presentations in a PechaKucha format where presenters prepare 20 slides to be discussed in 20 seconds each.

To be considered for the PechaKucha presentations, please submit a short 50-100 word abstract by Friday 28 June to sandra.jones@rmit.edu.au or joan.richardson@rmit.edu.au.

The abstract will be peer reviewed and you will be notified of the outcom. Upon acceptance, successful proposers must prepare a PechaKucha presentation for the New Generation Learning Spaces symposium on 18 July.

Event details
Date: Thursday 18 July 2013
Registration: 9.15 am
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Location: RMIT Building 80, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia
Cost: Free
RSVP: Register by 5pm, Tuesday 16 July 2013

For more information, please see the symposium webpage: www.rmit.edu.au/events/NGLS

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One thought on “CBER-HERDSA Symposium – New Generation Learning Spaces

  1. Dear VTAS Please RSVP me thanks Eric(Monash, PSI School)

    On 21 June 2013 13:50, VTAS Promoting Excellence Network wrote:

    > ** > VTAS Promoting Excellence Network posted: “This research symposium is > designed for researchers, educators and practitioners to engage with > colleagues, learn about and critically discuss current activities relating > to New Generation Learning Spaces, and gain feedback and advice on > preparing researc”

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