Well, the La Trobe University Forum organising committee certainly did an excellent job organising this year’s event in Melbourne.
Andrea Jeffreys and her organising committee, which included Tanya Blanksby, Michael Cudmore, Dominic Eyre, Alistair Duncan, Matt Brett, Julia Petrou and Don Johnston (from Southern Cross University), deserve our thanks – and some downtime to recover I expect. As well as their outstanding efforts in organising the AAIR Forum with the largest turnout, La Trobe University’s participation in the suite of presentations over the three days was admirable.
The keynote presentation from Professor Kerri-Lee Krause, DVC (Academic) and Professor of Higher Education at La Trobe University also provided us with two of the book titles summarised in this month’s issue (pages 11–12). These books relate to the overload of information trends, and the phenomena of fake news.
Our Institutional Researcher this month is Lisa Bolton, Director, QILT Research and Strategy at the Social Research Centre. Lisa’s expertise and experience in evaluation services is recognised across the sector. Her contribution to recent AAIR Forums, including her participation in the pre-forum special interest group workshop this year, means we’re super pleased with ourselves for featuring Lisa in the last issue of the Institutional Researcher newsletter for 2018.
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