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NZ_OzWIT 2012: Building New Pathways

Conference on Women in IT for industry representatives, academics, researchers, school teachers and students involved in broadening the participation of women in information technology to meet and share programs, discuss strategies and assess progress towards increased diversity in the ICT professions.

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Perth Region Computing Education Symposium (Conventicle)

This one-day symposium will be modelled on the successful CS Education conventicles [Conventicle: n. a secret unauthorized meeting for religious worship.] held by our colleagues in the East. Our aim is to support academics in computer science, information technology, and related fields whose research interests include computing education. One of the main goals is networking with nearby colleagues, so the meetings are regional in focus.

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ACUR 2012 - The First Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research

ACUR will contribute to promoting and advertising undergraduate research in Australia and beyond. This one-day conference will include poster presentations and spoken papers by undergraduate students from all disciplines and from across Australasia. The conference follows successful undergraduate research conferences in America (NCUR – now in its 29th year) and in the UK (BCUR – now in its 3rd year). An undergraduate research conference is just like any other academic conference but each presentation will be delivered by undergraduate students presenting work they have done either as part of their course or as part of an internship.

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CDIO International Conference 2012

Conference focusing on student engineering education in the context of Conceiving-Designing-Implementing-Operating real-world systems and products

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WORKSHOPS ON IMPROVING ENGINEERING EDUCATION USING THRESHOLD CONCEPTS

HRESHOLD CONCEPT THEORY Threshold concept theory is a recent development in discipline-based Higher Education research. Meyer, Land and others realised that there were certain concepts, central to the discipline, that would open up required systems and ways of thinking and yet were troublesome for students. It has been discovered that, not only can threshold concept theory help in focusing students' and teachers' attention, it can also be a curriculum development tool where there is a strong tendency to overcrowd the curriculum.

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ALTA Learning and Teaching Forum

The two-day program will include segments for the reviewing the environment within the higher education sector and specifically its implications for learning and teaching – this includes the Federal Government’s new Office of Learning and Teaching; the new ALTA...

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WORKSHOPS ON IMPROVING ENGINEERING EDUCATION USING THRESHOLD CONCEPTS

THRESHOLD CONCEPT THEORY Threshold concept theory is a recent development in discipline-based Higher Education research. Meyer, Land and others realised that there were certain concepts, central to the discipline, that would open up required systems and ways of thinking and yet were troublesome for students. It has been discovered that, not only can threshold concept theory help in focusing students' and teachers' attention, it can also be a curriculum development tool where there is a strong tendency to overcrowd the curriculum.

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Enhancing Work Ready Engineering Graduates Conference 2012 - Student to Professional (S2P)

This is a workshop arising from a collaboration between ANU and UniSA, that has been doing some good things in blended mode education and has established the ANU engineering and software engineering internship programs.

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Improving Teaching: designing and facilitating for learning at the subject level

Held in conjunction with ACE2012 Fourteenth Australasian Computing Education Conference Registration is available from the Workshop site . This workshop is designed both for senior academics who are keen for the opportunity to strategically and...

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Conventicle

The Conventicle is a one-day conference that aims to support academics who are researching and teaching in the computer science and information technology disciplines, or who are using computer technology in their teaching. It provides an opportunity for sharing of ideas and innovations; for discussion of research directions; and for development of collaborations.

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Attrition/Retention

This seminar presents the findings from a recent in-depth study of attrition from bachelor of engineering degrees in eight universities.

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Improving Practice

This is one of a series of workshops to support curriculum and facilitator development in Engineering and ICT that follow on from two recent ALTC Projects: Curriculum Specification and Support for Engineering Education and the Learning & Teaching Academic Standards Project (Engineering and ICT).

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ALTA Learning and Teaching Forum Learning and Teaching Forum for ICT Education Champions

The forum will be for Associate Deans Learning and Teaching or their equivalents in the ICT disciplines of the member universities

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