14-16 November 2016
Bridging data and decisions
Welcome to the 2016 Annual AAIR Forum which is being held in beautiful beachside Coogee, NSW, Australia. The 2016 Forum: Bridging Data and Decisions, is being held over two days on the 15th and 16th of November, with a welcome reception, pre-forum workshops and special interest groups to be run on Monday, 14th November 2016.
16-17 June 2016
Adelaide, South Australia
Practical IR: when festivities, good wine and a prayer aren’t enough!
The AAIR 2016 SIG in the Festival State, Wine Capital of Australia, and City of Churches!
On behalf of the local organising committee and the Australasian Association for Institutional Research (AAIR) it is a pleasure to welcome you to Adelaide on the 16-17 June for the 2016 AAIR Special Interest Group Forum. The 2016 Forum will be co-hosted by The University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia. The conference will be held at the Victoria Square Campus of Flinders University in the heart of the beautiful city of Adelaide, South Australia. There will be a focus on Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Analytics, Load Management, Government Reporting, and Surveys and Evaluations.
9-11 November 2015
Wellington, New Zealand
The winds of change
Haere mai! Welcome! Come!
On behalf of the AAIR Forum Organising Committee, I’d like to extend a warm invitation to you to participate in this year’s 26th AAIR Annual Forum.
The Intercontinental Wellington will be our host from Monday 9 to Wednesday 11 November 2015 with pre-Forum workshops to be held on Sunday 8 November.
19-21 August 2015
Kingfisher Bay Resort, Fraser Island
Expand your horizons
The AAIR-SIG Forum 2015 will be hosted by the University of Southern Queensland. The conference will be held at the Kingfisher Bay Resort, Fraser Island 19-21 August 2015 and will focus on Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence as well as Load Management. The theme for the 2015 forum is “Expand your horizons”.
19-21 November 2014
Turning silver into gold
On behalf of the Australasian Association for Institutional Research (AAIR) Forum Organising Committee, I’d like to extend a warm invitation to you to participate in this year’s AAIR Annual Forum. The Intercontinental Melbourne the Rialto will be our host from Wednesday 19 to Friday 21 November 2014 with pre-Forum workshops to be held on Tuesday 18th November.
This year’s theme is: ‘Turning Silver into Gold’ to coincide with our ‘silver’ anniversary. AAIR has changed over the past 25 years, and this Forum will herald the start of the next 25 years leading up to our ‘golden’ anniversary.
18-19 August 2014
The AAIR Special Interest Group (SIG) Forum for Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence and Analytics, and Load Management, was hosted by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and held in Brisbane at the Royal on the Park Hotel on Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 August 2014, with welcome drinks held on Sunday evening, 17 August.
21-23 August 2013
Blue Mountains, NSW
Crossing mountains, blazing new trails
The 2013 AAIR SIG Forum was hosted by the University of Western Sydney (UWS). The Forum was held from 21 to 23 August 2013 at the Fairmont Resort, Leura in the picturesque Blue Mountains, near Sydney.
5-6 July 2012
A new beginning in demanding times
AAIR proudly presented its 2012 SIG event, jointly hosted by RMIT and Victoria University, and supported by Altis Consulting from 5 to 6 July 2012.
The Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence, Load Management and DIISRTE (Government Reporting) is holding its annual forum in Melbourne, Australia.
We invite SIG members, AAIR members and institutional researchers to attend the 2012 AAIR SIG forum which this year is being co-hosted by Victoria University and RMIT.
10-12 November 2010
Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Geelong
Has institutional research come of age in Australasia?
The 2010 theme, “Has institutional research come of age in Australasia?” had a focus on strategic priorities in the higher education sector and includes sub-streams that focused on:
The 2010 Forum occurred in a year during which details of the higher education reform agenda in Australia began to take shape. It was a year of ongoing discussions at all levels about mission-based compacts, performance funding and a standards-based approach to quality. Appropriate measures of institutional performance were central to these discussions and brough into focus the importance of the work undertaken by institutional researchers in collecting, analysing and interpreting information. The Forum themes were selected to encourage discussion of issues that were both central to the reform agenda and would impact on a wide range of professionals involved in higher education. As well as considering the local situation, members were invited to consider how the Australian experience fits globally, and explored what we could learn from others in our region.
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