HERDSA Notices 13 January 2021

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* HERDSA 2021 Conference - Last chance to submit your abstract
* HERDSA WEBINAR 9: From Band-aid to Sustainable Transformation?
* Higher Education Research & Development 2021 Special Issue
* Participants needed for research investigating academic life in Australia universities
* New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

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HERDSA 2021 Conference - Last chance to submit your abstract
Abstracts close: 22 January 2021

Time is running out to submit an abstract for inclusion in the HERDSA 2021 Annual Conference program as a showcase, round table discussion or poster presentation. Submit your abstract before the deadline on Friday 22 January 2021 (AEST) to be considered. For more information on submission guidelines and to download the template, please visit the conference website: https://conference.herdsa.org.au/2021/abstracts/.

Further information: https://conference.herdsa.org.au/2021/abstracts/

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HERDSA WEBINAR 9: From Band-aid to Sustainable Transformation?
Thursday 28th January 2021
(4-5pm NZDT; 2-3pm AEDT; 11am-12pm AWST; 11am-12pm HKT)

Hosted by HERDSA Hong Kong Branch in collaboration with Centre of Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

HERDSA Hong Kong Branch are pleased to announce an online panel discussion facilitated by Dr Anna KWAN to share and discuss arrangements of online learning, teaching and assessment during the COVID-19 outbreak and implications for higher education.

The panel will discuss major shifts and experiences in learning and teaching across six Hong Kong institutions, providing valuable insights for those of us working across Hong Kong and for our colleagues teaching well beyond Hong Kong.

Prior to the discussion, the session will start with panel members’ very brief sharing of Hong Kong experience.

Panel Members Topics
Infrastructure for online teaching and learning
Dr Kevin CHAN, Department of Applied Social Science, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Mixed mode teaching – Pedagogical decision
Dr Theresa KWONG, Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning,  Hong Kong Baptist University

Tools for blended learning in new normal
Dr King CHONG, Teaching and Learning Centre, Lingnan University

Virtual laboratory for remote hands-on experience
Dr Beatrice CHU, Centre for Education Innovation, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Online assessments in new normal
Dr Crusher Wong, Office of the Chief Information Officer, City University of Hong Kong

Perception of students and teachers
Prof Paul LAM, Centre of Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Registration: https://www.herdsa.org.au/content/herdsa-webinar-series

Enquiry: herdsa.hk@gmail.com

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Higher Education Research & Development 2021 Special Issue

The 2021 special issue of Higher Education Research & Development has been published:

Ō tātou reo, Na domoda, Kuruwilang birad: Indigenous voices in higher education

Edited by Meegan Hall, Sereana Naepi & Susan Page

https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cher20/40/1?nav=tocList

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Participants needed for research investigating academic life in Australia universities

We’re looking for casual, part-time, and full-time academic staff from Australian universities to participate in an interview about your experience of being an academic.

This project is funded by CAULLT and aims to explore the experience of being an academic in Australian universities, with a particular emphasis on teaching and learning.

Through a qualitative, semi-structured interview style, using thematic analysis and tools and methods from user experience, the project will establish the first empirically derived archetypes of academics working in Australian universities.

The archetypes will draw on aspects of user experience personas and behavioural archetypes, and will describe different ‘types’ of academics at Australian universities with a particular focus on their professional learning, and their teaching and learning support needs.

For more information about what participation entails, download the plain language statement and consent form visit the project website: https://tinyurl.com/y2cuhnt7

If you would like to participate, please contact Dr Christine Yates via email: Christine.yates@deakin.edu.au.

Further information: https://tinyurl.com/y2cuhnt7

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New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

Unpacking vulnerability in academic writing and publishing: a tale of two non-native English speaker scholars in China, Rui Yuan, Barry Bai & Shumeng Hou, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2020.1865282

Exploring course experiences that predict psychological distress and mental wellbeing in Australian undergraduate and graduate coursework students, Wendy Larcombe, Chi Baik & Sue Finch, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2020.1865284

Alternative dissertation formats in education-based doctorates, Tim Anderson, Gillian Saunders & Ian Alexander, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2020.1867513

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