University Assessment, Learning and Teaching:
New Research Directions for a Postdigital World
To mark our fifth anniversary, CRADLE hosted an online higher education research conference from 19–20 October 2020. The conference theme was ‘University Assessment, Learning and Teaching: New Research Directions for a Postdigital World’. Two international researchers presented keynotes at the conference:
- Associate Professor Alyssa Wise, New York University: The data-intensive university in a postdigital world: New directions in teaching and learning.
- Professor Monika Nerland, University of Oslo: Reconfiguring relations between higher education and work: Knowledge practices and learning in the (post)digital era.
|Associate Professor Alyssa Wise||Professor Monika Nerland|
The conference brought together local and international higher education researchers and educators, and many others with an interest in learning and teaching, for two days of thought-provoking virtual presentations and conversations.
Our panel session discussed what it means to be a university student in the postdigital age.