Learning Leaders and HEQN conferences call for papers

Published by on the 13 March 2018

Learning Leaders and HEQN conferences call for papers closes in three weeks

You have only three weeks to respond to the call for papers for the Learning Leaders in Higher Education Conference and the Higher Education Quality Network Conference: Assessment, Integrity, Review.

The Learning Leaders Conference, hosted by the Council of Australasian University Leaders in Learning and Teaching (CAULLT) with support from Higher Ed Services, will be held on 6 June and followed on 7 and 8 June by the HEQN Conference. The venue for both conferences is the Pullman on the Park, Melbourne.

The call for papers for both conferences closes on Tuesday 3 April. You will find details about the submission process here.

Registrations for both conferences are open with a range of packages available across the three days. You can register here.

Learning Leaders in Higher Education Conference

Submissions for the Learning Leaders in Higher Education Conference are invited under the following themes:

Leading learning and teaching: benefits, challenges and impacts

Leading learning and teaching in the disciplines

Learning and teaching leadership identities

Leading learning and teaching in distributed contexts and using distributed approaches

Leadership development in learning and teaching

Please send submissions to Dr Kylie Readman, University of the Sunshine Coast, kreadman@usc.edu.au

HEQN Conference: Assessment, Integrity, Review

Submissions for the HEQN Conference: Assessment, Integrity, Review are invited under the following streams:

Assessment

Authentic assessments

Developing program level assessment

Cultivating assessment literacy in students

Enhancing assessment policy

Integrating digital tools and technologies for assessment

Please send submissions to Dr Simon Bedford, University of Wollongong, sbedford@wollongong.edu.au

Integrity

Good practice and future-looking next practice

Strategies for management of these three types of examinations

Inherent and developing issues and risks related to exam integrity

Please send submissions to Dr Lesley Sefcik, Curtin University, Lesley.Sefcik@curtin.edu.au

Review

Review of Institutional Data

Course Accreditation/Curriculum Review

External Referencing/Benchmarking Projects

Professional Accreditation and Review

Review of Teaching and Teaching Standards

Please send submissions to Dr Sara Booth, University of Tasmania, sara.booth@utas.edu.au

 

Jacqui Elson-Green, Program Director, HES’ Higher Education Quality Network