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Great work! Dr Olsi Kusta graduates from CRADLE

Congratulations to Dr Olsi Kusta - one of CRADLE’s recent PhD graduates in conjunction with the University of Copenhagen. Olsi describes the focus of his research and provides some reflections and highlights of his study experience.

CRADLE Seminar Series is back for 2024! Register now!

We are pleased to announce that our popular seminar series is back for 2024. Starting us off we are delighted to offer two short talks by Professor Phill Dawson and Professor Margaret Bearman. Phill and Margaret will be offering insights from one of CRADLE's three research themes: assessing for learning.

Apply for a 2024 PhD Scholarship Now!

Applications for Deakin University Postgraduate Research Scholarships for 2024 are now open! This is your opportunity to undertake a PhD with CRADLE. If you’re a domestic or international student interested in assessment and/or digital learning, come and study with us at CRADLE! Expressions of interest must be in by 5pm Monday 4 March 2024.

Phill Dawson reflects on the TEQSA 2023 Conference

In our first post for 2024 Professor Phill Dawson, Co-Director of CRADLE, reflects on the TEQSA 2023 conference. The theme was Reshaping higher education. Phill was involved in the development of key guidelines for assessment reform in the age of AI, which were unveiled at the conference.

Missed out? Revisit our 2023 Seminars now!

Did you miss any of our 2023 seminars? Would you like to revisit some of the discussion? All the seminars were recorded and you can access them via our blog site.

How to find a PhD supervisor

How do you find a PhD supervisor? CRADLE's Joanna Tai has some personal reflections and tips to help.

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