4-6 December 2017, Toowoomba, QLD
The University of Southern Queensland is proud to host the 34th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education.

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USQ is particularly excited to be hosting ASCILITE 2017 because it coincides with USQ’s 50/25 celebrations in which USQ celebrates 50 years as an educational institution and 25 years as a university.

The 2017 ASCILITE conference offers a unique opportunity for practitioners and researchers from diverse contexts and fields to come together to critically discuss, imaginatively explore and passionately debate all things educational technology and educational practice.

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Key Dates

  • 30 October 2017: Early bird closes; standard registration opens
  • 6 November: Final program available
  • 20 November 2017: Proceedings released on website
  • 27 November: Registration closes
  • 4-6 December 2017: Conference

Latest Conference News

Three reasons reviewing papers is good for you (and an update on the call for reviewers)

Let’s be honest: reviewing papers takes time, and although in theory many academics are allocated hours to engage in “service” activities, in reality most of us need to squeeze it in around all the other calls on our time.

So why do it? Here are three reasons why I think reviewing papers is good for us.

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Deadline extended: call for participation

We've had a few requests for extensions on submissions for ASCILITE 2017 so we've decided to extend the deadline for the call for participation til 5 June 2017.

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My top 5 things to do while you’re in Toowoomba

My early memories of Toowoomba are of a loveable, sleepy country town. But, the “Garden City” has long outgrown this image, boasting a revamped and relaxed CBD, craft beer houses, music, art, modern dining and the hub of a region that has so much to explore and enjoy. If you have 1 or 2 days after the conference, consider exploring the National Parks, historic farms and eateries in the Darling Downs… It’s so difficult to choose but my 5 top things to do while you are in the Toowoomba region are:

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