Satellite Events

A number of satellite events are being held in conjunction with ASCILITE 2017. Information about these events will be added here as it becomes available.

ANZMlearn Workshop: Methods for a changing mobility

Sunday 3 December

University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba and videoconference

As the field, practice and understandings of mobile learning go through significant change, it is important to step back and ask ‘what is mobile learning’ within today’s context. In this spirit, the theme for this year’s workshop – methods for a changing mobility – will focus on the research methods and paradigms needed for understanding mobile learning in today’s context. The workshop will feature a keynote from Associate Professor Pedro Isaias of the University of Queensland.

For more information about the workshop, visit the ANZMlearn site.

ALASI 2017

Thursday 30 November – Friday 1 December 2017

University of Queensland, St Lucia

ALASI (Australian Learning Analytics Summer Institute) is the main forum in Australia for the exchange of knowledge, innovation, and experiences in the area of Learning Analytics. The event offers a great opportunity to learn about analytics in education, showcase your activities and benchmark results through exposure to the thinking, experiences and feedback of other practitioners and researchers in the field. This year’s ALASI is being held in conjunction with ASCILITE 2017.

For more information on ALASI and the call for participation, visit the event website.

USQ Toowoomba Learning and Teaching Anniversary Celebration

Wednesday 6 December, 3.30pm to 6.00pm

University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba and live stream

Join people from USQ and the local region to celebrate learning and teaching and help inspire and create a version for what might be coming in the future. Listen to Keynote Speaker Prof James Arvanitakis. Participate in a Q&A Panel Session focused on the event theme Educating for Future Pathways is Everyone’s Business. Peruse learning and teaching posters produced by the USQ community, cast your vote for the best poster, and enjoy some refreshments.

For more information about the event, visit the website.