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This year's Conference, following in the footsteps of last year's highly successful event, is set to be another first-rate opportunity to discover Deakin's very own brilliance; hear what your colleagues are doing on campus, off campus, in the classroom and in the cloud.
Every month the WIL@Deakin group will host an educational opportunity for the Deakin community to explore key teaching innovations, research and procedures relating to WIL and Employability.
The lunchtime events will run for 40 minutes – 20 minute keynote presentation followed by 20 minute Q&A – and are designed to inform and ignite discussion, in an informal setting, timely issues and opportunities relating to Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
Deakin has won the Oceania Regional Prize in the QS Wharton Stars Reimagine Education Global Awards for innovative higher education pedagogies enhancing learning and employability.
You are invited to the WIL Leaders at Deakin workshop for academic or executive staff.
Guest speaker for this workshop will be Professor Jeff Giddings, from Griffith Law School, discussing the OLT Project – Effective Placement Supervision.
"That digital fluency can increase integrative thinking: an interesting hypothesis"
Please join us in the first in our 2015 series of DLF Visiting Scholar seminars, to be held on the morning of 10 July at the Melbourne Burwood Campus.
On the 5th of May we will see the launch of a new research centre in the Education Portfolio, the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE).
This is the first public event of CRADLE. It will introduce the staff and their focus, and provide an opportunity to discuss new directions in assessment.
Videos are now available and a live stream of the launch will be available on the 5th of May from the CRADLE launch page.
Deakin Hallmarks address this issue by enabling recognition, at the discretion of the course director, of outstanding achievement specifically in Deakin's Graduate Learning Outcomes, contextualised to the discipline.
HERDSA, July 2015 Learning for life and work in a complex world, the 2015 conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, will be held in Melbourne, 6-9 July. Registration is now open: please see the conference website for details and submission information.
Associate Professor Kieran Lim (School of Life and Environmental Sciences) has won a prestigious Australian Award for University Teaching, in the category Physical Sciences and Related Studies.
STARS 2015, or Students, Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success, is also on in Melbourne, 1-4 July 2015. Please see the conference website for submission and registration information.
ISSOTL, October 2015 Melbourne is hosting the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 27-30 October 2015, with the theme Leading Learning and the Scholarship of Change. For abstract submission and other information, please see the conference website.