HERDSA Notices 5 June 2024

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* HERDSA Webinar Series - Understanding Australian higher education: the private sector
* Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group Meeting
* Developing a Signature Regional Pedagogy: A Caring HyFlex Model
* Indigenous Curriculum in Higher Education Community of Practice
* CRADLE Seminar Series: Second Handbook of Academic Integrity (2024) launch - Dr Elaine Eaton and Prof Phillip Dawson
* Call for Papers: Zeitschrift für Bildungsforschung: Research-based Learning in Teacher Education and Beyond – A critical review

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HERDSA Webinar Series - Understanding Australian higher education: the private sector
13th June 2024 - 12.00 to 1.00pm AEST

At this coffee catch up we'll discuss private higher education in Australia. 10% of Australian higher education students choose to study at Institutes of Higher Education. The sector comprises 134 teaching-focussed specialist Institutes; QILT data evidences that they earn consistently higher student satisfaction than their public counterparts. What do you want to know about private HE? What's is like to work in the sector? The intention of the session is to build members' awareness of the Australian higher education sector generally and the private sector specifically.

Presenters:

Professor Christy Collis
Christy Collis is Provost of two Institutes of Higher Education: Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors and Endeavour College of Natural Health. Both are owned by UP Education. Before working with UP Christy spent over 30 years in the Australian public higher education subsector. Christy is a longstanding member of the HERDSA QLD branch executive and the President-elect of HERDSA.

Dr Raja Kannusamy
Raja Kannusamy is the Head of Teaching and Learning at the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors; before that he was the Program Director – Business at the College of Leadership and Business. Raja’s pedagogical research focuses on the use of specific digital tools for interactive online learning.

Further information: https://www.herdsa.org.au/herdsa-webinar-series

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group Meeting

Our next meeting is scheduled for Friday, 21 June 2024, 12.00–1.00 pm (Sydney time). It will be an exciting meeting as we have invited Professor Kelly Matthews from the University of Queensland to facilitate a workshop on "Getting Published: Set-up and Planning".

About Kelly:
Professor Kelly Matthews is from the University of Queensland. Kelly has co-authored the open-access, well-received textbook on writing about teaching and learning with Professor Mick Healey (UK) and Professor Alison Cook-Sather (USA) that is published by Elon University Center for Engaged Learning (USA).
You can access Kelly's list of work here: https://lnkd.in/gh7dtMmh

Workshop Focus:
Getting published is important for many of us in SoTL. For some, writing about teaching and learning comes easily. For some, it does not. In this workshop, we'll zoom in on getting started with writing: values, writing genre, and clever planning tools. If useful and well-attended, we'll make this a series! Future sessions - on writing frameworks, navigating collaboration, peer reviewers, and imposter syndrome. This workshop will draw on a free, open-access resource, “Writing about Teaching and Learning in Higher Education”.
**Please note this workshop is NOT about conducting research.

Register for this meeting here: https://unisq.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMpduuqqT8oE9eNBtwMqrc7Bvim1eNqfKsj. And don't forget to add it to your calendar!

Please note that the SoTL SIG meetings are scheduled for the third Friday of each month from 12.00–1.00 pm (Sydney time).

If you are new and wish to join our email list, please send us an email at herdsa.sotl.sig@gmail.com

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Developing a Signature Regional Pedagogy: A Caring HyFlex Model
Thu 27th Jun 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST

The next HERDSA Special Interest Group: Online Engagement in Higher Education is pleased to present our next event - Development of a Signature Regional Pedagogy: A Caring HyFlex Model.

This event will explore care as an intentional strategy, highlighting the significance of interpersonal connections throughout the teaching and learning process. This innovative approach places human interaction above technology in courses, effectively surmounting geographical obstacles and presenting a novel method for course delivery. Register now.

Further information: https://events.humanitix.com/developing-a-signature-regional-pedagogy-a-...

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Indigenous Curriculum in Higher Education Community of Practice
27 June 2024, 12 noon to 1.30pm AEST Online

The Indigenous Curriculum in Higher Education CoP meets quarterly to share practice. Topic for our next CoP: The BIG 5 essential approaches to teaching and learning First Nations pedagogies, presented by Dr Cally Jetta, Senior Lecturer/Academic Lead, College for First Nations, The University of Southern Queensland. All university academics and learning designers with an interest in embedding Indigenous perspectives in curriculum are welcome to join. For more information email: indigenoustl@uts.edu.au or join our mailing list at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4IvNdbXgBCR3W7-hPVw2PIEDqr9OM...

Further information: Email: indigenoutl@uts.edu.au

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CRADLE Seminar Series: Second Handbook of Academic Integrity (2024) launch - Dr Elaine Eaton and Prof Phillip Dawson
24 July 2024 12.00pm - 1.30pm (AEST)

Dr Sarah Elaine Eaton, Associate Professor, University of Calgary and Honorary Associate Professor Deakin University will lead this launch as the reference work's editor in chief. Contributors to the handbook will be on hand to answer questions and offer insights into their contributions, including CRADLE's Professor Phillip Dawson.

This major reference work spans three volumes, with 112 chapters contributed by 145 authors. All major topics related to academic integrity are covered including contract cheating, plagiarism, assessment security, and the impact of generative artificial intelligence on teaching, learning, assessment, and academic misconduct.

This broad and comprehensive reference work on academic integrity demonstrates commonalities and differences between regions and approaches on an international scale across many countries. It also engages with, and agitates, controversial debates such as, for example, the use of surveillance technologies to address academic misconduct and the causes of academic integrity breaches.

There is a burgeoning interest in the importance of academic integrity, how to safeguard it and how to address breaches appropriately. Join us for this compelling and this topical presentation online.

Further information: https://cradle_seminar_series_24_july_2024.eventbrite.com.au/

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Call for Papers: Zeitschrift für Bildungsforschung: Research-based Learning in Teacher Education and Beyond – A critical review
30 September 2024

We are seeking submissions for a special issue exploring the use of research-based learning for educating prospective professionals in higher education. Studies on research-based learning in teacher training and other programmes are welcome. Possible topics could include: processes of research-based learning in higher education; products of research-based learning; effects of research-based learning; and comparative studies about research-based learning.

Proposals (1000-1500 words) can be submitted in German or English until 30.09.2024, to Prof Dr Jan-Hendrik Hinzke (jan-hendrik.hinzke@erziehung.uni-giessen.de cc to rachel.spronken-smith@otago.ac.nz). Please include a title, author name(s), affiliation(s), contact information, a 300-word abstract, and highlight novel features, the theoretical/conceptual approach taken, the research design (if empirical) and relevance for the field. Authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit full papers for review by 10.04.2025. Planned publication shall be in issue 1/2026.

Guest Editors: Prof. Jan-Hendrik Hinzke, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen & Prof. Rachel Spronken-Smith, University of Otago.

Further information: jan-hendrik.hinzke@erziehung.uni-giessen.de or rachel.spronken-smith@otago.ac.nz

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In the spirit of reconciliation HERDSA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australasia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.