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CRADLE Conference 2020 Events News Opportunities

You’re invited to join us at CRADLE Conference 2020

I’ve been lucky enough to attend all of CRADLE’s previous annual international research symposia: 2016: Developing evaluative judgement in a digital world; 2017: Reimagining assessment in a digital world; 2018: The impact of feedback in higher education (co-hosted with Monash University); and 2019: Advancing research in student feedback literacy. The aim of CRADLE symposia is […]

CRADLE International Symposia Reflections

CRADLE In Conversation recap: the current “landscape” of student feedback literacy research

This year we had the opportunity to host a CRADLE in Conversation session in conjunction with our symposium on students’ feedback literacy. For the first time, we used YouTube livestreaming – an option we chose since our venue couldn’t really accommodate everyone that we anticipated might want to attend. It was a good decision as, […]

2019 Publications Round-Up Research

CRADLE 2019 publications round-up – Part 2: Professional and workplace contexts / Research practice

As 2019 draws to a close, we asked the CRADLE team to look over their impressive list of publications for the year and pick some highlights for a special four-part publication round-up. Today – if you’re looking for new perspectives or some inspiration around professional and workplace contexts or your research practice, read on!

Collaboration CRADLE Visitors Reflections

Establishing connections and exchanging ideas – Anastasiya Lipnevich reflects on her CRADLE visit

The City University of New York’s A/Prof. Anastasiya Lipnevich arrived in late October for a two-week visit to CRADLE. The centrepiece of her stay was CRADLE’s 2019 International Symposium, and her trip also included a workshop and many research conversations with the CRADLE team. After returning to the bright lights of New York, Anastasiya reflected […]

Collaboration CRADLE Visitors Reflections

An excellent space for thinking and incubating ideas – Naomi Winstone reflects on her time at CRADLE

Towards the end of October, the University of Surrey’s Dr Naomi Winstone arrived to visit CRADLE for six weeks. She enjoyed a jam-packed calendar of events – including CRADLE’s 2019 International Symposium, and keynoting Deakin’s 2019 Teaching and Learning Conference – and plenty of research conversations with the CRADLE team. Before she returned to the […]