The most recent meeting of the ADR Network was on 12th September 2018 at the Australian National University. The agenda is available here. Notes from the meeting are available here.
The ADR Network met on 11th May 2018 at the University of New South Wales. The agenda is available here. A report on the meeting is available here.
An ADR network meeting was held on 13 September 2017 in conjunction with the DASSH Conference and AGM at La Trobe University. The agenda is available here. A report on the meeting is here.
There was a meeting of the DASSH ADR Network at the University of Queensland on 26 May 2017. Download the agenda here. A report on the meeting is available here. One of the presentations was by Professor Andrew May from the University of Melbourne. His slides can be downloaded here.
The ADR Network met in Hobart on 31 August 2016, prior to the annual DASSH conference. The final agenda can be downloaded here. Download the notes from the day here.
Members of the ADR Network met on 23rd May 2016 at the Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Victoria. Download the agenda here. A report following the meeting can be found here. For a link to "Research quality indicators analysis notes", please sign in.
The Associate Deans (Research) met on 23rd September 2015 at the Glenelg Pier Hotel, immediately prior to the DASSH conference. The ADR meeting agenda is available for download here. The meeting notes are available here.
The Associate Deans (Research) network met in Brisbane in September, prior to the DASSH conference. The ADR meeting agenda is now available for download here. The meeting notes are available here.
A major 2014 ADR network meeting was held on 19 May 2014 at Griffith University in Brisbane. The agenda is available for download here. A summary report following this meeting is here. F
This meeting was hosted by the University of NSW. Please see the draft agenda.
The ADR Network Meeting met prior to and during the DASSH 2012 Conference in Canberra on 12-14 September. The agenda included project updates and network planning. Dr Kristy Muir, Associate Dean (Research), University of New South Wales was elected the network convener for 2012-13.
Hosted by RMIT in Melbourne, this dedicated meeting of the ADR Network provided an opportunity to network, participate in strategic discussions and exchange information. The agenda included project reports, conference and further project planning. Guest speakers included:
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