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CADAD conference: 20:20 Vision: Challenges for Academic Development in the next five years,23 & 24 October 2014, University of Sydney -

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Updated AAIR program
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Tuesday, 28 October 2014, 03:51 PM
 

The organisers of the AAIR Forum (incorporating AHEEF) have updated the program. The Forum will be held 19-21 November at the Intercontinental Melbourne the Rialto.  More details here.

 
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National Summit on Distributed Leadership
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Wednesday, 15 October 2014, 02:17 PM
 

Members are invited to register or nominate a delegate to a National  Summit on Distributed Leadership  to be held on 1 December at RMIT University. The National Summit will focus on how to use Benchmarks for Distributed Leadership to demonstrate impact, particularly given the new Impact focus of OLT projects.  More information here.

 
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Peer Review of Assessment update
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Wednesday, 15 October 2014, 10:29 AM
 

The National Peer Review of Assessment Network Project has issued a briefing note summarising the wide participation in its recent workshops and feedback from them. More information here. As well, registration is open for the PRA Forum on 12 November in Melbourne. Registration is through Karen@hes.edu.au

 
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HESP communique 13
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Tuesday, 7 October 2014, 11:09 AM
 

The Higher Education Standards Panel has issued communique 13.  It features the funding of the Higher Education Standards Panel Research Fellow, Em Prof Christine Ewan, and contributions which HE can make to the project.  More information here. Prof Ewan is running a workshop at CADAD's conference in Sydney 23-24 October.

 
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Survey on learning analytics
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Tuesday, 16 September 2014, 12:58 PM
 

The OLT project Learning Analytics: Assisting Universities with Student Retention would like members to participate in its survey to help understand how staff invloved in student learning understand, view and use learning analytics. More information and links here. Survey information here and here.

 
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Enhancing Graduate Employability
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Wednesday, 10 September 2014, 04:45 PM
 

Bond University has organised a L&T Symposium for an OLT-backed graduate employability project.  It will be held on 17 and 18 October and registration is free.  More details here.

 
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TEQSA Statistics Report
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Thursday, 4 September 2014, 12:14 PM
 

The TEQSA Statistics on Australian Registered Higher Education Providers Report (the Statistics report) is available. It outlines information in four areas: providers, students, academic staff and finances. More information here.

 
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New HESPRF website
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Wednesday, 3 September 2014, 09:46 AM
 

The HIgher Eduction Standards Panel Research Fellow, Christine Ewan, now has a website which seeks input from the HE sector. More information and links here.  Christine will also run a workshop at the CADAD conference in October.

 
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Two extra workshops for Peer Review of Assessment
by Helene Mountford (CADAD Secretariat) - Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 04:24 PM
 

The previously announced workshops for the Peer Review of Assessment Network are booked out with more than 280 registrations.  However the workshops are being extended to Canberra and Adelaide in September. More information here.

 

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President:
A/Professor Ian Solomonides

+61 2 9850 9857
ian.solomonides@mq.edu.au

Secretariat:
Hélène Mountford
+61 2 9850 7580
cadad-sec@mq.edu.au

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