30-31 March 2017, SydneyThe most recent ADLT network meeting was at the University of Technology Sydney on 30th and 31st March 2017. Download the program here. A meeting report will follow shortly.
31 August 2016, HobartThe last meeting of the ADLT network was on 31st August 2016 in Hobart, immediately prior to the DASSH conference and AGM. Download the agenda here.
23 September 2015, AdelaideThe ADLT network met on 23rd September 2015 in Adelaide, immediately prior to the DASSH conference. Download the meeting's program here.
12-13 March 2015, Melbourne45 members of the network met on 12 and 13 March at Deakin University to discuss the BA in Australia and New Zealand. The meeting agenda can be downloaded here. For a short report on the meeting outcomes, click here. For Deanne Gannaway's presentation on the Overview of the BA: major changes, trends, issues, click here to sign in and download.
17 September 2014, BrisbaneThe Associate Deans (Learning and Teaching) network met on 17th September at the UQ Business School in Brisbane, immediately prior to the DASSH conference. The ADLT meeting agenda can be downloaded here.
18-20 September 2013, SydneyHosted by Macquarie University, the network had a pre-conference meeting day on the 18 September and also met during the 2013 DASSH Conference.
8-11 March 2013, Stradbroke IslandHosted by University of Queensland, this network meeting focussed on the structure and breadth of the BA (including a workshop on Stage II of the BA Scoping Project), indigenous education and the UNSW's new Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences assessment tool. For more information, contact Associate Professor Deborah Brown.
12-14 September 2012, CanberraThe Network met prior to and during the 2012 DASSH Conference at the Australian National University in Canberra. There were joint sessions with the Creative Arts Learning and Teaching Network, project updates and 2013 planning. Guest speakers included Australian Qualifications Framework, Director of Policy, Di Booker and Professor Judith Gullifer from Charles Sturt University, who presented on the topic of students' perception of plagiarism, academic integrity and associated policies. More conference details.
3-4 April 2012, AdelaideCo-hosted by the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia, this meeting's theme was ASSH Education and Employment. Program.
The program included project meetings and the following presentations: - Work Integrated Learning & ASSH Graduate Employment: Academic Perspectives - Employers Round Table - ALTC Arts Employment Project - ASSH Study & Employment: Student Perspectives - 2012 DASSH Conference Planning
28-30 September 2011, Townsville The network met as part of the 2011 DASSH Conference and focused on project workshops, 2011 activity review and 2012 planning. Associate Professor Nancy Longnecker from University of Western Australia presented on New Media Publishing: Upending the Teaching and Learning Experience of Undergraduate Assessment
9-10 June 2011, Sydney Supported by University of New South Wales and DASSH, this meeting included project workshops and a day of conference sessions including: - ALTC Update: Dr Carol Nicoll, Chief Executive Officer, ALTC - Focus Group: DASSH Academic Leadership Succession Project - Discussion: Standards & the AQF - Failure in L&T and Learning from Mistakes: A/Professor Sean Brawley, UNSW - 2011 Townsville Conference Planning
17-18 March 2011, MelbourneSupported by Deakin University, Monash University and DASSH, this meeting included project workshops and conference sessions including: - DASSH President Address: Professor Jennifer Radbourne; - TEQSA Developments: Ian Hawke, Interim CEO, TEQSA - DEEWR Update (Quality Issues, ALTC, Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes, Higher Educatuon Graduate Statement, My University): Dr Claire Atlinson, Director, Quality Unit, Higher Education Group, DEEWR - My Work as an ADLT: Professor Sally Kift, past ALTC Senior Fellow, QUT - Project Reports
29 September - 1 October 2010, FremantleThe Network met as part of the 2010 DASSH Conference and reviewed the Newcastle Declaration: Beyond Newcastle 2009, set targets for 2011 outlined in Beyond Fremantle: Outcomes and Intentions 2010 - 2011 and focused on key issues around policy, standards, internationalisation and other current issues in higher education.
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