This October, CRADLE is holding an online conference, University Assessment, Learning and Teaching: New Research Directions for a Postdigital World.
I have always led a kind of double life, simultaneously working as an academic and as a (creative) writer. However, there are points of cross-over; my interest in narrative fed into pedagogy and my knowledge of surgical education ended up in my latest novel, We Were Never Friends.
The need to diversify research and scholarly publishing is increasingly well-recognised – but what does it take to open the conversation and publish diverse voices? Join us to hear from Prof. Laura Czerniewicz (University of Cape Town) and Dr Sarah Lambert (CRADLE) as they discuss feminist and social justice approaches to diversifying academic publishing.
The value of students having experiences of work while they are undertaking a degree has risen sharply in recent years. While once it was only professional courses like teaching, medicine and nursing that were expected to include placements as part of their formal program, it has now become widespread and at some universities, like Deakin, […]
An enthusiastic and engaged audience joined us for our largest-ever online CRADLE seminar, a special panel exploring feedback in online learning. Here, CRADLE doctoral student Juan Fischer reflects on the panel’s timely and thought-provoking discussion of feedback in online learning, with particular consideration of the current pandemic context, and you can also catch up with […]
We’re delighted to announce that CRADLE researchers Dr Joanna Tai, A/Prof. Rola Ajjawi and Prof. Margaret Bearman, together with Deakin University’s Dr Mary Dracup and CQU’s Dr Joanne Dargusch and Lois Harris, are among the 17 teams to be funded as part of the 2020/21 NCSEHE Research Grants Program.
What does a poolside academic integrity hearing in an episode of Community have to do with student experiences of academic integrity processes in the real world? Deakin University Student Association senior advocate Dr Penelope Pitt found some surprising parallels between Community‘s depiction of alleged cheating and the student experiences outlined in her recent paper with […]
I remember when I finished my PhD in 2015, Google Scholar (GS) was quite new and not exactly accepted by academia. Its novelty was that it captured references to one’s work that weren’t otherwise indexed: reports, theses, and journals that were not part of particular databases. There were arguments that these were not “real” citations […]
Higher education’s rapid shift to online teaching, learning and assessment has provided educators and students with many new opportunities and challenges. Join us for this special panel exploring the evolving nature of feedback in online learning, from technology and dialogue to the feedback process and online exams!
On Thursday 9 July, Dr. Sarah Lambert hosted a virtual seminar and discussion as part of the Australian Open Textbooks Project. There was great interest in the event’s topic, ‘Social justice, inclusive design and RMIT’s Open Educational Practices (OEP) Framework’, and 130 participants attended not only from around Australia but from different parts of the […]