1 May 2018
At the end of this program, participants will:
Presenter: Adam Le Good
9–11 May 2018
The Higher Education HR/IR Conference 2018 – Leading the Way, will be held at the Stamford Plaza, Brisbane, Australia.
For any further queries about the conference, please contact Henry Wong, Conference Manager.
This conference will offer an impressive line of speakers, a unique dining experience, combined with invaluable networking opportunities.
29 May – 1 June 2017
Orlando, Florida, USA
The AIR Forum, the Association’s annual conference, is the world’s largest gathering of higher education professionals working in institutional research, assessment, planning, and related postsecondary education fields. This four-day conference includes more than 300 presentations by colleagues representing all sectors of higher education and an Exhibit Hall featuring the latest tools and resources to support data use for decision making.
6–8 June 2018
EduTECH Australia 2018 will be held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia.
EduTECH is an annual event where the entire education and training sector gather together to learn, debate, exchange ideas and be inspired by the very latest in education thought leadership.
13-15 June 2018
Student Service Experience – Anywhere, Anytime
Do you have a particular success story, innovation, continuous improvement project, research topic, or other interesting experience that you are willing to share with your peers?
The call for papers is open.
8–11 July 2018
Registrations are now open, as are submissions for the 2018 Conference. The STARS conference provides the opportunity to disseminate and discuss current research, good practice, emerging initiatives and leading edge ideas that are aimed at enhancing students’ tertiary learning experiences.
23 July - 16 September 2018
This online subject provides students with an overview of the key elements of effective institutional governance in tertiary education. Including:
26–29 August 2018
Competition, Cooperation and Complementarity in Higher Education
Call for Proposals now open!
TRACK 1 – Teaching and Learning
TRACK 2 – Quality in Higher Education
TRACK 3 – Governance and Management
TRACK 4 – Social Dimension of Higher Education
TRACK 5 – Higher Education and Collaborative Technologies
TRACK 6 – Academic Career Development
TRACK 7 – University Autonomy
TRACK 8 – Innovation in Higher Education
7 September 2018
With the huge amount of data available to us every day, a well-built and designed dashboard report is one of the best ways to interpret and communicate large quantities of information. Learn how to synthesise information into a logical framework, summarise it into a meaningful format, and then display the summary into easy-to-read tables and graphs.
This course takes you through the principles of good dashboard design, as well as the tools to implement and build a dashboard using your existing Excel tools and skills (and perhaps a few you didn’t know you had!).
Each participant receives a copy of the book ‘Using Excel for Business Analysis’ by Danielle Stein Fairhurst, part of the Wiley Finance Series. Participants also receive a USB packed with examples and templates of dashboards and reports that can be modified for your own use.
20-21 September 2018
The Higher Education Institutional Research (HEIR) Network is calling for abstracts for its HEIR Conference the Changing Landscape of Higher Education – Challenges and Opportunities for Institutional Research.
The HEIR conference brings together a community of higher education professionals with an interest in using or providing information and analysis to inform institutional planning, policy formation and decision-making. Their roles often encompass institutional data and research that is used to inform HEI decision-making in the areas of strategic planning, teaching and learning, quality, institutional performance and institutional effectiveness.
3 October 2018
This workshop is designed to explore the skills required to create and deliver highly effective presentations with confidence and style. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to prepare to deliver an effective oral presentation and to use body language appropriately and presentation aids effectively.
Presenter: Lucienne Tessens, Lecturer in Organisational Development, University of Western Australia.
15 October - 9 December 2018
Internal and external quality audits and reviews are now ubiquitous in tertiary education. This subject equips students with knowledge and skills to understand, plan and manage quality audits and reviews in tertiary education for credible processes and productive outcomes. Current challenges and models for quality assurance and audit will be discussed but the main focus is on the practical aspects of managing audit and review activities to add value by improving organizational and academic effectiveness. Internal, related party and external audit models are explored, as the subject is designed to be relevant to both institutional managers and practitioners working in quality and related agencies.
2018 dates TBC
Upon completion participants will leave with a greater understanding of how various financial decisions impact on departments, faculties and the organisation. Put simply, this course is a finance course for non-finance people.
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