Please join us for our second online seminar for 2021 presented by CRADLE’s Associate Director, Prof. Phil Dawson – ‘The remote proctored exams dilemma’. Date and time: Tuesday 11 May 2021, 2pm via Zoom webinar Join us for Phill’s insightful take on remote proctored exams, a timely and growing area if interest in this era […]
The Faculty of Arts and Education’s May scholarship round is now open. This opportunity includes specific topics for research with CRADLE as part of their initiative. Applications are being considered which align with the research priorities of CRADLE, as well as those of REDI. The link to the suggested research projects for Higher Degree Research students is here. Whilst CRADLE has a variety of possible topics for PhD students, the CRADLE projects included are: Learning to work in […]
An enthusiastic audience recently joined us for our first CRADLE seminar series of 2021.This reflective seminar, chaired by Dr Trina Jorre De St Jorre, discussed the achievements of CRADLE in its first five years, and was presented by the centre’s core academics: Alfred Deakin Professor David Boud, Professor Phillip Dawson, Professor Margaret Bearman, Associate Professor […]
Please join us for our first seminar presented by CRADLE’s Director, Alfred Deakin Prof. David Boud – ‘The impact of CRADLE on higher education: how far have we come?’ Date & time: Monday 29 March 2021, 2pm via Zoom webinar This is a retrospective address highlighting the changes in higher education assessment sphere as defined […]
Whether it was due to lockdown tedium-surfing or random searches of exciting key words related to the world of higher education assessment and the digital world, readership of the CRADLE News blog has continued to grow.
Applications for CRADLE’s Fellowship Scheme for 2021 are now open. If selected, you can undertake up to 18 months’ research with the support and mentorship of CRADLE’s leading higher education researchers. So, If you’re a Deakin academic staff member interested in higher education research in assessment, digital learning, or learning through, and for, work, this is the opportunity for you.
I’m playing with two threads in my thinking about higher and professional education. Firstly, sociomaterial/practice-based understandings of the world (that is, the entangled nature of things and spaces and people and activity). Secondly, as part of this entanglement, the omnipresent nature of technology and how it influences learning and working.
We’re pleased to announce that applications are now open for a new PhD scholarship in Assessment in Higher Education opportunity with The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE).
The recent Surrey International Symposium: ‘Feedback Literacy: From education to professional practice’ brought together over 250 delegates from 20 different countries to stimulate conversations across disciplinary boundaries and to forge new connections…
In 2019, CRADLE started a new initiative to expand our ability to work with academics on implementing new research-based ideas in their educational practice. We called it the Development Partners Scheme, as we saw it as a way to develop both theory and practice (or is that praxis?!), through a process of dialogue and some […]