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CRADLE is #1 contributor to global assessment research

A recent performance analysis of the prominent international journal Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education  by Sun et al. was undertaken using citation data. The article highlighted Australian researchers as the dominant global contributor, with CRADLE and Deakin University ranking at the top. CRADLE authors and our extensive network of global collaborators have a significant impact on assessment research globally.

Applications now open for the 2024-2025 CRADLE Development Partners scheme!

CRADLE is pleased to announce that our Development Partners Scheme is continuing in 2024-2025. The scheme is open to Deakin academic staff looking to innovate in their teaching and learning with us.

Two new CRADLE Fellowships for 2024

We are pleased to announce that two Fellowships have been awarded so far for 2024. Congratulations and welcome to Dr Maria Rae, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Policy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Associate Professor Laura Gray, School of Medicine.

Read how two visiting students found their trip to CRADLE

CRADLE welcomed international PhD students Leire Pinedo and David Zamorano to Deakin University in June 2024. Both study at the University de Deusto in Spain and are supervised by CRADLE Honorary Professor Ernesto Panadero. In this post we hear about their experiences during their visit and CRADLE Associate Research Fellow Laura Hughes reflects on the highlights of Leire and David's research presentations.

Don’t miss CRADLE at these education conferences this year

The conference season is ramping up for 2024 and an extraordinary number of the CRADLE family have been successful in having their abstracts accepted. We are especially pleased to see our doctoral students and CRADLE Fellows sharing their research. Catch up on our latest research by joining us at the conferences in person or online.

What Happened Next: Read a review of our BERT Seminar

In this post Dr Jack Walton, CRADLE Research Fellow, discovers what happened to teaching after the pandemic when he attended Jaclyn Broadbent's seminar on Beyond Emergency Remote Teaching. Find out what he learned.

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