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6–8 July 2022
VET’s role in transforming the future
In 2022, the 31st National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research Conference ‘No Frills’ will be hosted online!
‘No Frills’ provides an opportunity for networking and idea-sharing in a friendly and informal atmosphere with a cross-section of industry representatives, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers. The program will feature thought-provoking keynote and concurrent sessions, our popular and live Q&A sessions, and online networking opportunities.
All sessions will be available on-demand for attendees to view after the conference.
8 July 2022 (12:30–14:30 BST)
A key commitment in Advance HE’s new strategy is to explore the potential of a holistic approach to EDI that will support members to focus on those equalities that matter most to them.
Newcastle University is undertaking a consultation with the HE sector to inform our next steps. The Newcastle team is particularly interested to speak to EDI and charters practitioners to ensure their views and experience are included in this research, including to understand whether a new form of EDI accreditation would be of interest to them, what potential opportunities and risks they anticipate, and what they would like to see within any new approach.
11–13 July 2022
The purpose of the International Conference on Data Science, Technology and Applications (DATA) is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested on databases, big data, data mining, data management, data security and other aspects of information systems and technology involving advanced applications of data.
1 . Business analytics
2 . Data science
3 . Data management and quality
4 . Big data
5 . Databases and data security
26 July 2022
The webinar content has been designed in response to issues raised by staff in a variety of organisations over the past six months to provide evidence-based strategies and tools that support ongoing wellbeing and resilience. This webinar will go for one hour and is delivered online with time for questions and answers from participants.
1–3 August 2022
Palmer Hotel, Chicago, IL, USA
Insight to Action: Driving Student Success
Explorance, in collaboration with the University of Louisville, is excited to host the 9th annual Bluenotes GLOBAL 2022 conference in sunny Chicago! Join your Bluenotes Community in person for 4 experience-rich days of knowledge sharing, learning, and networking. Come a few days earlier and make the most of your conference experience by becoming Blue Certified.
Early-bird & Special Bundle Discounts End on 25 April 2022.
19 August 2022 (12–1pm AEST)
How do universities go about building useful insights to help us understand how successful we are at our research endeavours? Planning, data, and analytics teams traditionally support educational institutional analytics, but the era of supporting academic research institutional analytics is here!
We invite you to join us in having a ConvAAIRsation about:
4–7 September 2022
Malta and online
Theme: Accelerating the Future of Higher Education
This will be the first hybrid Forum of the EAIR with on-campus and online participation.
Track 1. Enhancing Effectiveness of Quality Assurance for the Future of HEIs.
Ing. Pierre Dalmas & Dr James Williams
Track 2. Green Transformation for Sustainability.
Dr Gonca Kara & Dr Thomas Harboe
Track 3. Accelerating Change in Learning and Teaching Practices.
Prof. James Calleja & Dr Anne Gannon
Track 4. Governance Management and Collaborative Internationalisation.
Ms Edel Cassar & Prof. Rosalind Pritchard
Track 5. Sustaining Research Practice & Excellence.
Dr Ing. Clifford de Raffaele & Dr Patrick Thurian
Track 6. Building Crisis Resilience Through Digitalisation.
Dr Göran Melin & Mr Gerard Said Pullicino
Track 7. Cultivating Creativity in Education and R&I within HEIs.
Dr Saskia Ulrich & Dr Tatjana Chircop
9‒14 September 2022
Online and Hobart
This year at TEMC 2022, ATEM are offering the best of both worlds, a one-day online conference for those unable to travel, followed by a traditional face-to-face conference from Sunday night through to Wednesday night in the stunning and historic Hobart, Tasmania. ATEM has crafted a terrific program inspired by the theme Regenerate and Thrive, providing you with a raft of learning opportunities, networking time to allow you to reconnect with your sector colleagues, and a new program on Tuesday that provides time for deeper engagement and learning in a series of masterclasses or workshops.
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
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