Swinburne University of Technology is looking for three experienced senior learning designers (HEW8). The deadline is 19 May. More information here
The Council of Australian Directors of Academic Development (CADAD) is the peak professional body of Directors who have responsibility for academic development within their university. It seeks to enhance its members' capacity to be key strategic advisers in academic development.
Strategic Plan 2014-2016 [PDF]
CADAD conference and AGM: 6 & 7 April 2017, University of Canberra:
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Next CADAD conference (jointly with ACODE) 2 & 3 November 2017, University of Newcastle
With global HEA Fellowship numbers expecting to exceed 90,000 in the coming month, HEA is delighted to announce that it is seeking to recruit a further 6 – 8 HEA accreditors (peer reviewers) specifically from Higher Education providers across Australia and New Zealand. More details here.
CADAD has funded a research project investigating the roles and activities of learning designers in the changing higher education sector. More information about the project and the link to the Director’s survey is available here https://itali.uq.edu.au/content/ld-project Deadline is 19 May.
Angela Carbone (Monash) has been invited by Australian Council of Deans ICT, to give a 15 minute presentation on “After OLT, what?” on Friday 21 April. She is hoping to do a quick scan of what your institution or group of institutions have put in place to support education innovations via grants and fellowships. If you could reply to email@example.com by Tuesday 18 April that would be helpful. Thanks, Ange
The International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) Quality Network has issued a list of recent local publications on guidelines for quality in online, open and flexible education. The list is available here.
Western Sydney University is looking for a Head, The Academy, a leadership program. It claims it is possibly the most inovative academic career opportuity in Australia. Deadline is 18 April. More information here
Philip Uys (CSU) is asking colleages to send him recent publications (not older than 3 years) on guidelines for quality in online, open and flexible education either digital or physical. It could be institutional or national. The ICDE has formed a Quality Network working party to do a global mapping of recent quality guidelines for online, open and flexible education. He is responsible for Oceania. More information and email address here