The ASCILITE Community Mentoring Program: Building capacity in technology enhanced teaching and research

ASCILITE session

Helen Farley
University of Southern Queensland’

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Tuesday 5 December, 12pm – 12.30pm
Stream 4
Room L209


Every year, mentors and mentees from a diversity of higher education institutions across Australia and New Zealand come together in formal mentoring arrangements under the auspices of ASCILITE. Mentees and mentors choose a focus which may range from building research capabilities, writing journal articles or planning an educational technology project. This presentation provides a snapshot of what the 2017 cohort achieved in the words of the mentors and mentees themselves.

About the author

Helen Farley

Dr Helen Farley is an Associate Professor, Digital Life Lab, University of Southern Queensland.
Helen led the USQ-led Collaborative Research Network (CRN) project with ANU and UniSA to develop a Mobile Learning Evaluation Framework. She is an AJET associate editor, editor of an edited book on mobile learning in the Asia-Pacific region, guest editor of the AJET special issue on mobile AR & VR, and a core member of the ASCILITE Mobile Learning SIG.