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Publishing diverse voices: feminism, social justice and academic publishing – CRADLE Seminar Series

An engaged audience from far and wide joined us for a thought-provoking online seminar from Prof. Laura Czerniewicz (University of Cape Town) and Dr Sarah Lambert (CRADLE), as they discussed the need to diversify academic publishing. Here, CRADLE doctoral student Habiba Fadel reflects on Laura and Sarah’s conversation and their call to action. Plus, you […]

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Feedback in online learning – CRADLE Seminar Series

An enthusiastic and engaged audience joined us for our largest-ever online CRADLE seminar, a special panel exploring feedback in online learning. Here, CRADLE doctoral student Juan Fischer reflects on the panel’s timely and thought-provoking discussion of feedback in online learning, with particular consideration of the current pandemic context, and you can also catch up with […]

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Recording now available: CRADLE Seminar Series – Margaret Bearman on practice theory in higher education research

If you weren’t able to join us last month to hear CRADLE’s Prof. Margaret Bearman explore how practice theory can inform conceptual and empirical work into higher education research – or if you’d just like to watch her presentation again – good news! We’re pleased that a recording of Margaret’s seminar is now available.

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Informal interaction and professional learning: Considerations for higher education – CRADLE Seminar Series

A sold-out audience at Deakin Downtown and many more online joined us for our fascinating final CRADLE seminar of 2019. We heard from the University of Sydney’s Dr Kate Thomson as she discussed the influence of informal conversations on academics’ professional learning in higher education. And if you weren’t able to make the seminar on […]

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More clues, cues and signposts please: First year student views on assignments – CRADLE Seminar Series

A full house at Deakin Downtown and many more online joined us to hear CQUniversity’s Dr Joanne Dargusch discuss how to translate research on diverse students’ assessment experiences into practical action, the latest presentation in our 2019 CRADLE Seminar Series. Here, CRADLE PhD candidate Sarah Lambert shares her key takeaways from Joanne’s seminar – and […]

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Digital media literacy in the context of higher education – Challenges and opportunities: CRADLE Seminar Series

A large audience at Deakin Downtown and online joined us to hear REDI’s Dr Luci Pangrazio discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding digital media literacy in higher education, in the latest presentation in our 2019 CRADLE Seminar Series. Here, CRADLE PhD student Lincoln Then James shares his thoughts on Luci’s seminar – and if you […]

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Recording and slides now available: CRADLE Seminar Series – Phillip Dawson on cheating and academic integrity

If you weren’t able to join us for our CRADLE Seminar Series last month to hear CRADLE’s A/Prof. Phillip Dawson discuss the evidence for approaches to securing assessment against cheating – or if you’d just like to watch his presentation again – good news! We’re delighted that a recording of Phill’s seminar is now available, […]

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Recording and slides now available: CRADLE Seminar Series – Rola Ajjawi on assessing work-integrated learning

If you weren’t able to join us in April to hear CRADLE’s A/Prof. Rola Ajjawi discuss how assessment of work-integrated learning might be reframed to promote alignment and authenticity – or if you’d just like to watch her thought-provoking presentation again – good news! We’re delighted that a recording of Rola’s seminar is now available, […]