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07 October 2022 (12 noon AEDT)
Who knew presenting at an AAIR Forum was that easy!
Have you ever dreamed of presenting at an AAIR Forum but didn’t know where to start? Or perhaps you have presented before and would like to share some wisdom with new presenters?
Join us for this tips and tricks session for new and emerging AAIR presenters that will offer a guide to presenting. There’s no pressure to submit an abstract or commit to presenting, so this will be an open and welcoming session. Please feel free to come along, listen and ask questions.
Join Leone Nurbasari, Associate Director, Reporting and Analytics, Australian National University and AAIR Executive Committee member as she traverses the precipice of presenting!
24–25 October 2022
In the last Bluenotes conference, the Bluenotes community in the MENA region proposed working on benchmarking exercise. This initiative will become a reality, thanks to the efforts of Zayed University, Ajman University, UAE University, American University of Sharjah and American University in the Emirates. IR leaders from these institutions have been working since early 2022 on defining the benchmarking indicators for the MENA region. During this conference, they will share the details of this initiative and the opportunity on how to participate in the benchmarking activity in 2023.
31 October 2022
Full paper submission 31 October 2022
The call for submissions to the 2023 Special Issue of HERD is out now, and we’d like to invite you to consider submitting your full article to it or circulating this call amongst colleagues who may be interested.
The topic we have selected for the special issue is ‘New developments in internationalisation of higher education in a changing context’, and is guest edited by Stephen Marshall, Ly Tran, Jisun Jung and Lisa Unangst.
For more information, see the full call in the link provided below.
Contributions, especially from under-represented regions, are invited for this Special Issue which explores emerging epistemologies, developments, insights and sources of evidence for re-conceptualising internationalisation of higher education in a changing context.
The deadline for full manuscript submissions is 31 October 2022, with anticipated publication in early 2023.
7–8 November 2022
Attendees at this event will learn how to establish the strategy, organization, culture, and skills needed to align to business priorities and outcomes, and leverage key data and analytics trends.
Who should attend: Chief data officers, chief analytics officers, and senior data, and analytics and business leaders.
15–29 November 2022
Institutions and individual practitioners face new and ongoing challenges in providing effective, rigorous, and inclusive assessment and feedback to learners. This two-part workshop from Advance HE will introduce the latest literature, practitioner learning, and sector insights to support participants develop their reflective and innovative practice. ‘Feedback’ and ‘assessment’ will be examined both as distinct areas of challenge and development, and as related elements of student learning. Participants will also have the opportunity to critically apply their learning to a ‘live’ assignment or practice used in their institution.
24–27 November 2022
Quality Assurance for Higher Education under the COVID-19 Pandemic and beyond in the Asia-Pacific Region
30 November – 2 December 2022
Sydney, NSW (and online)
IS IT CLEAR AAIR AHEAD?
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS OPEN NOW
AAIR is very excited to announce our first forum in 3 years that we are running as a hybrid event. Our 2022 AAIR Annual Forum will be hosted by Macquarie University in Sydney.
SIG workshops will be held on 30 November, with the main conference on 1 and 2 December 2022.
Please consider submitting an abstract. We welcome presentations about your professional practice, such as something you’re working on, or something you tried that maybe didn’t work so well, and how you found a workaround. Come along and share with friends and colleagues what worked and what didn’t.
Many fabulous events are listed on the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education’s (NCSEHE) events board.
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