HERDSA Notices 11 January 2023

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* Online Forum: Strengthening the Awareness of Academic Integrity and Ethics in Higher Education
* Comedy show featuring Professor Michael Henderson's research about feedback
* WIL Lecturer role at Edith Cowan University, Perth
* WA Teaching and Learning Forum
* Academic Professional Development Roles (2xLevel B/C) at Griffith University
* New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

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Online Forum: Strengthening the Awareness of Academic Integrity and Ethics in Higher Education
12 Jan 2023 (Thu), 11:30 am – 1:00 pm (HK Time)

Strengthening the awareness of academic integrity and ethics (AIE) in the higher education over the globe has become an important part under the “New Normal”. To raise teachers’ and students’ awareness of AIE in digital teaching and learning environment, two “Scenario Development Competition 2022” for teachers and students were organised in 2022, under which they designed/developed their own scenario(s). The winning designs will be incorporated into online learning trail(s) on the “AR Trails” App for showcasing. In this forum, our invited speaker will talk about the importance of digital ethics for teaching and learning together with the experience sharing from the winners in the two Competitions.

Registration: https://chtl-bu.hkbu.edu.hk/workshop/reg.php

Further information: https://chtl-bu.hkbu.edu.hk/scenario-competition/AIE-AROnlineForum.pdf


Comedy show featuring Professor Michael Henderson's research about feedback
Friday 20 January

Can feedback be funny? Find out at The Peer Revue, a monthly comedy show at The Improv Conspiracy Theatre (near Melbourne's Parliament Station) where an academic talks about their research and a team of talented improvisers turn it into comedy. This month we feature Professor Michael Henderson (Monash) who will discuss his feedback research.

Friday 20 January, 8:15pm. Tickets: https://improvconspiracy.com/shows/the-peer-revue
HERDSA members and friends use code PEER16 for discounted tickets
HDR students and casual higher ed staff email show producer Phill Dawson (p.dawson@deakin.edu.au) for free tickets

Further information: https://improvconspiracy.com/shows/the-peer-revue


WIL Lecturer role at Edith Cowan University, Perth
30th January deadline

Great opportunity to join the Work-Integrated Learning team in Edith Cowan University's School of Business and Law in Perth.

Further information: https://www.seek.com.au/job/59652551?type=standout#sol=ddb502596c4661bc9...


WA Teaching and Learning Forum
2nd & 3rd Feb 2023

If you're in town on the 2nd and / or 3rd of February, please join us at our WA higher education teaching conference!

The 32nd annual WA Teaching and Learning Forum is held at the Murdoch University campus, on Wadjuk Noongar country in Perth, Western Australia. The theme for #WATLF2023 is University Life: Being, belonging, becoming.

Two or single day general or student registration is open via the WATLF2023 webpage.

The full draft program is also available on the website.

We are very excited to have two prominent keynote speakers whose passions and interests in teaching and research connect to the Forum theme:
* Professor Sally Kift
* Dr Bep Uink
See their bios on the webpage.

Further information: https://www.wateachingandlearningforum.org/tlf-2023


Academic Professional Development Roles (2xLevel B/C) at Griffith University

Griffith is looking to fill two teaching-focused positions at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, depending on experience. These are full-time continuing positions within the central learning and teaching unit (Learning Futures/Griffith Online) based at the Nathan campus (Brisbane). As a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (Learning & Teaching), you will support the delivery of our professional development program and contribute to enhancing the quality of teaching at Griffith. Responsibilities include: Design and deliver innovative future-focused L&T professional development; Support academic staff to provide engaging curriculum and learning environments; Contribute to high-quality impactful scholarship in L&T. You need to be experienced in HE teaching and design, with capacity to undertake SoTL and be an effective communicator working across diverse stakeholders.

Please access the position details using the link below.

For additional information please contact:
Professor Christine Bond (Dean & Director, LF/GO) c.bond@griffith.edu.au

Further information: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com//GriffithUniversity/743999871419823-lec...


New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

Student evaluation of teaching and student centeredness in the Humboldtian and Emirati tribal traditions of higher education, Pedro Pineda & Sanaa Ashour, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2022.2156483

What made undergraduate research experiences significant: a collaborative critical incident analysis with student co-researchers, Tracy X. P. Zou, Joyceline Susanto, Aisha Ajmal Wahab, Narin Hong, Christine S. T. ChiuO & Lily Y. Y. Leung, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2022.2157799



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