Items with category:Collaboration

See how COVID-19 impacted learning and teaching

While the pandemic times of 2020 seems like an eon ago, research that the CRADLE team did on the emergency remote teaching response to the pandemic has only recently been finalised. See a summary of what we and our international partners found.

A new CRADLE Honorary Fellow appointed: Dr Juuso Nieminen

CRADLE is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Juuso Henrik Nieminen, University of Hong Kong, as an Honorary Fellow. Currently, Dr Nieminen works as Assistant Professor at the Academic Unit of Social Contexts and Policies of Education (SCAPE), University of Hong Kong. Dr Nieminen’s research focuses on student experiences of assessment and feedback, student formation and inclusive assessment. In this blog post, Dr Nieminen briefly introduces his previous collaborations with the CRADLE team, and sheds light on future directions.

CRADLE Seminar Series: Ask me anything about cheating and online learning – with Prof Phillip Dawson, 21 Sept 2021, 2pm AEST

Our next event in the CRADLE Seminar Series is a live and interactive Q&A session...

NCSEHE Re-imagining Exams project update: May 2021

It’s been a while since we last updated you on the progress of our NCSEHE...

The CRADLE Development Partner Scheme & FAQs

In 2019, CRADLE started a new initiative to expand our ability to work with academics...

An update on re-imagining exams: our NCSEHE-funded project

It’s been three months since I last wrote about the NCSEHE grant for the CRADLE...

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