30 April 2019
At this breakfast event we’ll be hearing from seasoned practitioners about their experience’s on how data science can go wrong.
More info on the speakers will be available nearer the time.
1–3 May 2019
Bond University, Gold Coast, QLD
Conference Theme: The Changing Face of Service Delivery – Channels, Bots & KPI’s.
To remain competitive, what does this mean for future service delivery and student support? How do we leverage technology without impacting on staff resourcing?
1 May 2019
Run over two sessions, this first full day session and half day masterclass (date TBC) will turn your data into a compelling and insightful report or presentation. This workshop provides an introduction to analysing and presenting survey data, with tips for planning a survey, analysing the results and presenting them to others.
3 May 2019
With the huge amount of data available to us every day, a well built and designed dashboard reports 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.
8 May 2019, 2pm Melbourne time
The sample on time helps QILT immensely in the project management side of things. The quality of the sample provided was generally good with less need for us to follow up institutions to resolve issues than prior rounds – a big thanks to all. Something that was prevalent, however, was the number of sample records that fell outside the reference period for the GOS-May collection. Section 2.1 in the Collection and Sample Guide provides full details – but as a reminder, completions from November 2018 through to February 2019 are in scope for the GOS-May collection.
8–10 May 2019
Rankings: A Challenge to Higher Education?
At this conference, we will take a deeper look at the rankings in general and will be asking questions fundamental for university rankings:
19–22 May 2019
The conference theme, The Tipping Point, reflects that magic moment when innovations in the use of information technology cross a threshold and spread like wildfire. In line with the theme, this event is all about innovations and working at the edges.
24 May 2019
This half-day seminar will introduce participants to contract cheating and its effect on academic integrity and, in turn, on institutional reputation. Contract cheating is defined as submission by students of work that has been completed for them by a third party – maybe a friend, fellow student or academic staff, or a commercial service. We hope to engage participants in a ‘community of practice’ around academic integrity and contract cheating to provide opportunities for regular interaction to help improve how institutions in WA address this problem.
28–31 May 2019
Denver, CO, 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.
4 June 2019
This conference seeks to bring together academic and professional staff involved in teaching and learning from across the University to share scholarly approaches that contribute to a unique Melbourne experience. The University of Melbourne educational experience prepares well-rounded graduates who are academically outstanding, practically grounded and socially responsible. We seek within our teaching and learning environments to enhance student learning in ways that typify the Melbourne experience, the foundations of which are evidence based.
26–28 June 2019
The Fifth International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’19) is an excellent forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas, experiences, opinions and research results relating to the preparation of students, teaching/learning methodologies and the organization of educational systems.
4–5 July 2019
Finding the eye of the storm in cyclonic winds of change
The 2019 AAIR SIG Forum will be hosted by Charles Darwin University at its Waterfront Campus on from Thursday 4 to Friday 5 July. The welcome reception will take place on Wednesday night (3 July), and the dinner on Thursday night (4 July).
Charles Darwin University
4–5 July 2019
Auckland, New Zealand
Professional administrators and managers are the people who make a vital contribution to the central aims of their institutions. This year the ATEM NZ conference will explore this contribution through the concept of ‘partnership’. We learn by sharing, so come and present your ideas, talk about your experiences and network with other like-mind people doing similar roles throughout New Zealand tertiary institutions. Together, we can advance the professionalism of tertiary education administration and management. The theme of the 2019 ATEM Aotearoa National Conference will be “Partnering for the Future”.
10–12 July 2019
‘No Frills’ is a well-known annual national conference where researchers and practitioners in the vocational education and training (VET) sector come together to present, discuss and share information about key issues confronting the sector.
The 2019 conference will be held in Adelaide, South Australia, and will be co-hosted with TAFE SA.
For details, please contact June Ingham:
T: 08 8230 8491
4–7 August 2019
Continuous Learning in the Journey of Higher Education: Using Analytics to Measure Progress and Inform Decisions
In collaboration with the University of Louisville, Explorance is hosting the 6th annual Bluenotes GLOBAL Conference in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Join your Bluenotes community colleagues to connect and share your experiences in using analytics to turn student feedback into insights for measuring progress and informing decisions. Discuss your challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned. Expand your network of like-minded peers and sharpen your Blue skills and expertise in using data for analytics. Stay a few days longer and participate in the BAC, BEC or BRMC training camp to become a certified Blue Administrator, Expert, or Report Master.
Register today. You will not want to miss this! Early bird discount ends May 3, 2019.
4–5 August 2019
Preparing students for life in the 21st Century: Identifying, developing and assessing what matters
Research Conference 2019 will examine research around preparing students for life in the 21st Century. It will bring together leading international and Australian researchers to provide insights into the best ways to identify, conceptualise, develop and assess these new priorities for schools in the 21st century.
5–6 August 2019
The HEFC 2019 Conference is the annual conference held jointly by ATEM and Higher Ed Services (HES). This year’s theme is ‘Give yourself the EDGE”.
The Conference will be held on 5 to 6 August at the Deakin University Downtown Campus, in the Docklands area of Melbourne.
Registrations are now open. Look out soon for the Call for Papers.
25 to 28 August 2019
The 41st Annual EAIR Forum 2019 will be hosted by the Leiden University, the Netherlands.
The theme of the 2019 EAIR Leiden Forum is “RESPONSIBILITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS: WHAT? WHY? HOW?”
Call for paper submissions is now open!
29 September to 2 October 2019
“Distilling Ideas, Transforming Futures”: The 2019 theme is another wonderful opportunity to share our ideas and discover how we can distil the brilliance in everyone to transform higher education through exploring alternative visions of the future. The local organising committee would like to invite you on this exciting journey of opportunity to learn and grow and lead the way into the future of higher education.
24–25 October 2019
The very first edition of the course is provided by Leiden University’s Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) in collaboration with Deakin University Library.
11–13 November 2019
Institutional Research: The Devil Is In The Detail
The 2019 AAIR Forum will be held at the inconic Wrest Point on Hobart’s waterfront.
Registration opens soon!
24–27 November 2019
Equity Practitioners in Higher Education in Australasia (EPHEA) and National Association of Enabling Educators in Australia (NAEEA) is pleased to host the 2019 themed ‘Enabling Excellence through Equity’ from Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27 November 2019 at the University of Wollongong Innovation Campus.
This educational conference aims to promote the aims of both the organisations and bring practitioners from equity and enabling together.
Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sept, Oct
At JCU Online, our Master of Data Science puts professionals who recognise the power of data and numbers ahead of the pack. Fully online, this is an innovative and technologically dynamic postgraduate course.
Delivered by leading experts with deep academic knowledge and real-world industry experience, this Masters degree provides the foundation you need to open a wealth of opportunities in a data-driven world, and progress your career.
Dates to be confirmed.
Details to be confirmed.
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