HERDSA Annual Conference

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Next Generation, Higher Education:
Challenges, Changes and Opportunities

HERDSA Annual Conference, 2019
2–5 July, 2019
Science Centre, University of Auckland
New Zealand

Conference web site: conference.herdsa.org.au/2019

 

While there is no full-papers for the 2019 HERDSA Conference, which in the past were published in Research and Development in Higher Education, there is still an opportunity to submit a full paper post-conference.

A call will be made post-conference for full papers developed from your accepted and presented abstract from the conference and related to the Conference theme. Papers will go through the same peer-review process as in previous years. Accepted papers will be published in Research and Development in Higher Education, Next generation Higher Education: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities, Vol 42.

A timeline and submission process will be announced at a future date.  There are prizes for the best papers published.  Previous volumes of RDHE can be viewed at http://www.herdsa.org.au/publications/conference_proceedings.

 

Prizes and Awards - HERDSA Conference 2019

Next Generation, Higher Education: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities

2-5 July 2019. Auckland, New Zealand

HERDSA prize for best presentation by a student ($450)

(Judged by Head of Professional Learning Portfolio during the conference)

The purpose of the prize is to encourage students to disseminate their work at national and international higher education conferences. Applicants must be presenting a showcase at the HERDSA conference in order to be eligible for this prize.

  •  Presenters will be judged on their ability to effectively communicate as well as on the academic content of their presentation.
  • The prize ($450) will be awarded at the annual HERDSA Conference and is usually presented at the closing ceremony of the conference & awarded the certificate.

HERDSA prize for best poster ($300)

All posters are eligible for this prize of $300. The purpose of the prize is to promote and recognise excellence in the ability to visually communicate ideas, findings or outcomes related to tertiary education.

Posters will be assessed by all conference delegates – on both the ability to visually communicate as well as on the academic content of the poster.

The best poster prize will be awarded to the poster that receives the highest number of votes, with a runner-up prize to the second-highest poster.

Conference participants can vote using the conference mobile app which will work on any smartphone, tablet, or computer connected to the internet (a paper-based form will also be available).