- A/Prof Wendy Sutherland-Smith, A/Prof Phillip Dawson, Dr Helen Walker, Deakin University: Contract cheating: What do student advocates think?
- A/Prof Judy Sheard, Monash University: Plagiarism and related issues in assessments not involving text
- Dr Fiona Henderson, Victoria University: Supporting unit coordinators to implement academic integrity policies, resources and scholarship
Chaired by: Trish McCluskey, Deakin University
Venue: Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Burwood Conference Centre (Building BC). See Burwood Campus map. Transport and parking: For information on how to get to Deakin and where to park, see this link. RSVP: Please register for this event by September 22 here. For further information please contact Bella Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear HERDSA Victoria Branch Member,
The HERDSA Victoria Branch would like to invite you a forum on Assessment at Scale on June 15th from 10-12 at ACU.
This forum will explore the use of assessment for large cohorts. There will be 3 presentations followed by a panel discussion:
Presenter Title Affiliation
Dr Grainne Oates Using apps in a large first year core unit Swinburne University
Dr Simone Gibson Competency based assessment Monash University
Sharon Horwood First year psychology at Deakin Deakin University
A/Prof Wendy Sutherland-Smith
Please register for this event using this link. If you have questions or topics you would like to raise, please do so via the registration form.
The forum will take place at ACU in the Daniel Mannix Building, level 7, room 2. See ACU map (building 2).
Transport and Parking
Parking at ACU is very limited and usually full by 8am. The public transport is excellent. For transport and parking, see this link. For further information please contact Bella Ross at email@example.com
Thursday 28 April 2016, 1.30pm-5.00pm, Langham Hotel, Southbank, Melbourne
The Victorian/Tasmanian Promoting Excellence Network presents two workshops prior to the OLT Conference dinner on Thursday 28th April 2016.
Workshop 1: Impact of IMPEL framework by Tilly Hinton
Workshop 2: Shaking up Higher Education – Learnings from National Award Winners, featuring 2016 Australian University Teacher of the Year A/Prof Kevin Tant
The Victorian/Tasmanian Promoting Excellence Network is a project funded by the Office for Learning and Teaching. The aim of the Network is to promote collaboration that maximises dissemination of innovation and good teaching practice. Its vision is to support professional development and the sharing of systems, knowledge and processes that contribute to optimising student learning.
During Workshop 1, Tilly Hinton will discuss the impact of the IMPEL framework using exemplars of successful grant applications supported with the IMPEL ladder.
Workshop 2 will involve OLT teaching award winners discussing the impact the award had on their careers and networks. Speakers include; A/Prof Robyn Brandenburg, A/Prof Kevin Tant – 2015 Australian University Teacher of the Year Award winner, A/Prof Natalie Brown, Prof Sally Kift & Tara Newman workshopping the benefits creating a community of practice of national award winners.
1:30 – 2:00pm Registration for Workshop 1 (Clarendon Ballroom)
2:00 – 3:00pm Workshop 1 – Impact of the IMPEL framework by guest speaker Tilly Hinton
3:00 – 3:30pm Afternoon tea & Registration for Workshop 2
3:30 – 5:00pm Workshop 2 – Shaking up Higher Education: Learnings from National Award Winners
Note: Those who have registered for the OLT conference dinner will depart on the bus at 5:30pm to Grand Hyatt, Melbourne.
Spaces for this workshop are limited, so please register now to secure a place.
When registering please remember to indicate if you have, or have not, also registered for the OLT Conference (check Yes or No box). OLT Conference details are available here.
Please contact us on 9905 9439 if you have any additional questions prior to your attendance!
The Office for Learning and Teaching has commissioned RMIT University, The University of Western Australia, and University of Tasmania to undertake a strategic priority project to support and improve students’ experiences of capability development in courses with intensive mode teaching. Intensive mode teaching engages students in facilitated learning activities or classes intensively over longer in a day than is usual in the discipline, and over fewer days than a traditional course. A good practice guide on supporting the student experience of capability development with intensive mode teaching will be developed.
Recent, current, and future coordinators of units with intensive mode teaching are invited to share their models by completing a 15-minute online survey. Coordinators of non-standard courses such as bridging courses are also welcome to participate.
Link to survey: http://uwa.qualtrics.com/jfe3/form/SV_3Q7UFFY659PmulD
More information about this project can be found here.
Places are still available to attend The Monash Educational Excellence Research Group (MEERG) seminar presented by Dr Lisa Schmidt, Senior Lecturer in Health Professional Education at Flinders University.
Better judgement: Improving assessors’ management of factors affecting their judgement
Date: Thursday, 13 August 2015
Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Location: Monash University, Caulfield campus, The SLATE, Building C, room C3.22
Afternoon tea will be provided. Please book online here for catering purposes.
More information is contained in the attached flyer. Please note: This is a joint project with Lisa Schmidt, Lambert Schuwirth, and Maree O’Keefe, and could be of particular interest to staff teaching into medical degrees.
The Monash Educational Excellence Research Group (MEERG) is delighted to invite you to a seminar presented by Dr Lisa Schmidt, Senior Lecturer in Health Professional Education at Flinders University.
Better judgement: Improving assessors’ management of factors affecting their judgement
A report collating the ideas and outcomes from the VTAS Promoting Excellence Network event, hosted by the University of Tasmania (Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart) on 11th/12th December 2014, has been published.
Thanks to Melody West for sharing this with the Network.
You are invited to participate in the Quality Pursuit Pilot Survey, a ten (10) minute survey on quality enhancement activities in your institution.
The Australian tertiary education sector is under increasing pressure to provide evidence of quality assurance of learning and teaching.
As part of a quality enhancement curriculum project, called “Quality Pursuit” at the University of Tasmania with support from its partners (University of New England, Deakin University), a sector-wide survey is being conducted to identify the current issues surrounding Quality Enhancement initiatives in learning and teaching.
Your responses will be analysed to inform the current issues, needs, enablers & barriers influencing Quality Enhancement initiatives in learning and teaching across the Higher Education sector.
If you wish participate in the online survey please click on the following link. http://www.assuringlearning.com/quality-pursuit
Please forward this email (or website link) to anyone who you think may be interested in this survey.
This survey will be open until 30th June 2015 at 5pm (EST).
We appreciate your participation. Thank you for your time.
This study has been approved by the Tasmanian Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee. If you have concerns or complaints about the conduct of the study, please contact the Executive Officer of the HREC (Tasmania) Network on (03) 62267479 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Executive Officer is the person nominated to receive complaints from research participants.
Please quote ethics reference number H0014302.
For further information or to request access to the results of this survey please do not hesitate to contact Rosie Nash at Rose.McShane@utas.edu.au or (03) 6226 1095.
Kind Regards Rosie Nash and the Quality Pursuit Project Team
It is my pleasure to invite you to the Assessment Design Decisions Framework Launch.
When: Monday 16th March at 4 – 6.30pm
Where: Monash University conference centre, Level 7, 30 Collins St., Melbourne.
Registration has been extended until Friday 6th March
As there is limited venue space still available, please respond ASAP to ensure your registration.
The framework is the result of extensive research of tertiary education assessment and has been designed to help university teachers make good decisions about assessment design, while taking into account contextual influences and challenges.
Please see the attached invitation for further details.
Apologies for any cross-postings.
(on behalf of the Assessment Design Decisions team)
School of Nursing & Midwifery
HealthPEER (Health Professions Education and Educational Research)
Bldg 13 C, Clayton Campus,
ph: +61 3 9905 0316
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