HERDSA Notices 20 May 2020

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* HERDSA webinar series
* New HERDSA Guide released
* Tumu Whakarae/Chief Executive - CORE Education
* NCSEHE webinar: The WPO ‘Pivot’ — Shifting Widening Participation Outreach activities to a remote learning environment
* DBA in Higher  Education  Management
* New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

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HERDSA webinar series
Date: Thursday 11th June (3pm NZST, 1pm AEST & 11am AWST)

HERDSA state Branch chairs and friends are launching a webinar series guided by the theme ‘Supporting and Sustaining a Community of Online Practice in Higher Education’. Running fortnightly or monthly on a Thursday (3pm NZST, 1pm AEST & 11am AWST), HERDSA members can log into a zoom session to explore topics we hope are helpful to people working in Higher Education during this challenging period.

Our third webinar is scheduled for Thursday 11th June (3pm NZST, 1pm AEST & 11am AWST) on the topic of ‘Academic Integrity during COVID-19’ by Professor Rowena Harper.

Please check out the HERDSA website for webinar registration details and presenter biographies https://www.herdsa.org.au/

Further information: Katrina Stampel <k.strampel@ecu.edu.au>


New HERDSA Guide released

Embedding Interprofessional Education in the Curriculum
Margot Brewer and Helen Flavell (Curtin University)

The climate emergency and other ‘wicked’ problems facing humanity require graduates who can work collaboratively in cross-disciplinary and cross-professional teams to design creative solutions. This HERDSA Guide draws on what has been learnt in interprofessional education in health and social care to provide a step-by-step approach to embedding interdisciplinary learning and assessment into curricula. The Guide is intended for academics and professional staff keen to extend their knowledge and understanding of interprofessional education to advance interdisciplinary learning in their fields of study.

Available in print and ebook versions from https://www.herdsa.org.au/publications/guides/embedding-interprofessional-education-curriculum

Further information: office@herdsa.org.au


Tumu Whakarae/Chief Executive - CORE Education
7th June 2020

Role based in Christchurch or Wellington, New Zealand

He tautōhito koe ki te hinonga me te hautūtanga hei ārahi ki anamata i tēnei umanga mātauranga e tiro whakamua ana?

Do you have the enterprise and leadership experience to guide this forward‐thinking education organisation into the future?

This is an exciting opportunity to lead a Tiriti-honouring education-focused innovation company, working alongside a committed team of professionals. CORE’s vision is for an equitable and thriving Aotearoa through learning. Their mission is to transform communities by pushing the boundaries of educational possibilities.

CORE is a world-class education, professional learning and development organisation, providing a diverse range of innovative, inspiring, and creative solutions for learners in a range of settings.
The Tumu Whakarae has accountability for delivering on the organisation’s strategic direction and generating financial and social value in furtherance of CORE’s charitable purposes. The role reports directly to the Board.

Further information: https://www.sheffield.co.nz/Job-Search/Type/View/JobID/3600/Tumu-Whakara...


DBA in Higher  Education  Management

Interested in developing your craft as a leader and manager in higher education? Want to progress your career via engagement in a unique part-time programme designed to meet the needs of senior leaders and managers working in universities, government agencies and other higher education organisations?

Contact Professor Dan Davies <D.J.Davies@bath.ac.uk> for further information.


New online first articles in Higher Education Research and Development

Style or substance: how Australian universities contextualise their graduate attributes for the curriculum quality space, Sara Hammer, Peter Ayriss & Amanda McCubbin, https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2020.1761304

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