26-27 July 2017
Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW
Creating connections & exploring possibilities
It is with great pleasure that the local organising committee and the Australian Association for Institutional Research (AAIR) invite you to participate in the 2017 AAIR Special Interest Group (SIG) Forum.
Do you have something to share? Take the opportunity to be a part of the forum by submitting an abstract for consideration on the program.
Abstract submissions are being accepted for: Business Intelligence and Analytics, Data Warehousing, Government Reporting, Load Management, and Surveys and Evaluation.
01-04 August 2017
Louisville, KY, USA
Higher Education in the 21st Century: Using Data to Respond to Opportunities and Challenges
The Bluenotes group is comprised of both current and potential Blue users where they connect, share expertise and learn from one another. This collaboration creates a stronger network, a better Blue and an elevated learning experience for all. Bluenotes is institution-led and the group hosts three annual user conferences: Asia-Pacific (Bluenotes APAC), Americas (Bluenotes Americas) and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (Bluenotes EMEA).
This year’s Bluenotes Americas Conference theme is ‘Higher Education in the 21st Century: Using Data to Respond to Opportunities and Challenges‘. A three-day conference to connect, share expertise, and learn from best practices.
We have over $64,500 in door prizes will be awarded at the conference. All conference attendees will be automatically entered to win one of these 15 valuable prizes.
01 August 2017
RMIT University, Building 80, level 5, Room 1, 445 Swanston Street, Melbourne
This one-day workshop supports higher education staff to write with impact and to get results. Content focuses on writing clear and concise business reports within the tertiary context. This workshop is highly interactive and skills-based.
Registrations close on 27 July at 4pm.
21 August 2017
Data visualisation is vital in bridging the gap between data and decisions. Discover the methods, tools and processes involved.
Data visualisation is an important visual method for effective communication and analysing large datasets. Through data visualisations we are able to draw conclusions from data that are sometimes not immediately obvious and interact with the data in an entirely different way.
This course will provide you with an informative introduction to the methods, tools and processes involved in visualising big data. We will also take the time to examine briefly the use of visualisation throughout history dating back as far as 17000 BC.
29-31 August 2017
Uncovering the critical forces that will shape the competitive Higher Education landscape in the years ahead.
The Higher Education Summit will see Vice-Chancellors from across Australia discussing the critical forces that are shaping the future of the sector.
3-6 September 2017
University of Porto, Portugal
Higher education institutions coping with multiple challenges
EAIR is the European Association for Institutional Research (International association for higher education researchers, practitioners, managers and policy-makers). There will be eight major tracks: governance and management, teaching and learning, quality management, strategy and strategising, professionals, performance and assessment, funding and regional innovation.
6-8 September 2017
PSB Academy, Singapore
ASEAN Higher Education at the Crossroad: Challenges, Changes, Capacities, and Capabilities
From networking with peers to presentation sessions by leading experts in the field, the annual conference is the must attend event for academics, educators, researchers and practitioners in higher education. For more information about this conference, please visit:
6-7 September 2017
Influence in a post-truth world
A UA signature event run by the sector for the sector, bringing together marketers, communications teams, media officers and development officers from the higher education sector to share best practice and new ideas in a rapidly transforming marketing landscape.
17-20 September 2017
Crown Convention Centre, Melbourne
The TEMC this year will be exploring the theme Eureka. The conference will be revolutionary in exploring ideas that encourage and create fabulous discussion, innovation, awesome networking and important information sharing.
22 September 2017
Building 10, UTS, 235 Jones Street, City Campus, Sydney
Update your writing skills and boost your credibility with this popular one-day program, while learning to write clear and professional documents that get the results you want.
We explore real-life samples of workplace documents, from reports, memos and business cases, to policies, procedures and emails. You’ll learn how to structure and plan these documents, present an effective case, write clearly for your audience, and apply correct style for the Australian workplace.
26-29 September 2017
Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington
We welcome you to the 18th Australasian Research Management Society Conference 2017 to be held in Wellington, New Zealand. Our society of over 2100 members promotes an internationally-connected community of research managers and administrators who operate at the highest standards to support and enhance the global delivery of research excellence.
Our conference is deeply embedded in public research policy. The conference’s theme Funding Research: Drawing on the Power of Collaboration will explore opportunities to bring together professionals in research organisations and funding bodies to create greater efficiencies in the wider management of research and its funding.
The New Zealand and Pacific Chapter of the Australasian Research Management Society is thrilled to host the conference in Wellington as the seat of public research funding agencies, research providers, and as a hub of cultural and outdoor activities.
19-20 October 2017
Pier One, Sydney Harbour
This year’s conference will sharpen the focus on innovation; what innovation is in tertiary education and skills for creating innovation.
31 October - 2 November 2017
Alice Springs Convention Centre
The centre of Australia, centre of decision making
The 2017 AAIR Annual Forum will be held at the Alice Springs Convention Centre.
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5-8 December 2017
TAR, Gold Coast
Widening Perspectives of Student Success
The conference will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall student success, both within and outside the classroom. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, social activities and lots of networking opportunities. Delegates will be able to share successful strategies, engage with key stakeholders and develop important partnerships.
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