Items with category:PhD Students

New CRADLE PhD Scholarship in AI: Deakin-Coventry Cotutelle

CRADLE are pleased to announce a new PhD scholarship opportunity, a Cotutelle between Deakin and Coventry Universities. The area of study will be the impact of artificial intelligence on inclusive assessment, and the lead supervisors will be Dr Joanna Tai from Deakin and Dr Dimitar Angelov from Coventry. Apply now!

Great work! Dr Damian Castanelli graduates from CRADLE

Congratulations to Dr Damian Castanelli - one of CRADLE’s recent PhD graduates! Damian describes the focus of his research and provides some reflections and highlights of his study experience.

Read a review of Seminar #6 – Perceptions of feedback literacy

Chad Gladovic, one of CRADLE's PhD students, reviews our most recent seminar held by Dr Ying Zhan (Jane), assistant professor at the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The Education University of Hong Kong. In this seminar Dr Zhang presented her work about feedback and feedback literacy.

Apply for a 2023 CRADLE PhD Scholarship Now!

Applications for CRADLE’s PhD Scholarship Scheme for 2023 are now open! If you’re a domestic or international student interested in assessment and/or digital learning, come and study with us at CRADLE!

CRADLE PhD Student Ameena Payne Wins Prestigious Alumni Award

Congratulations to Ameena Payne, CRADLE PhD candidate and strategic scholarship holder, who has been awarded the Outstanding Young Alumnus/Young Alumna Award for 2022 by the Illinois Institute of Technology (Illinois Tech) in Chicago.

Review of CRADLE’s International Symposium Interactive Panel Session – by Rebecca Awdry

In this post Rebecca Awdry, CRADLE PhD candidate and symposium delegate, provides her reflections on the Symposium panel session and the controversial and big issues arising out of the discussions surrounding cheating.

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