The 48th annual Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) Conference will be held at University of Technology Sydney, Australia from 27 June to 30 June 2017. The conference attracts participants from across the world, including early-career, mid-career and world leading international researchers together with science teachers, science curriculum developers and leaders in Departments of Education. Join us to be part of a collegial science education community in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia.
A forum for VET practitioners, teacher educators, researchers and policy makers to share knowledge and work collaboratively to strengthen teaching and learning experiences and outcomes in the VET sector.
mLearn 2016 provides a forum for researchers, policy makers, professionals and educators from higher education, school education and vocational education, government departments, industries and international organisations as well as IT developers and solutions providers to share knowledge, research and practices and debate critical issues pertaining to sustainable futures for mobile learning.
The 2016 NSW Council of Deans of Education Numeracy Forum provides a unique collaborative space for scholars and professionals in numeracy education.
Shaping Science Teacher Education Futures: Providing Tomorrow’s Science Education for Tomorrow’s Generation.
The HDR student conference offers a chance to showcase, or develop, coherence about your research activities, and to reflect more broadly as well about the pursuit of new knowledge and the ways that it matters to you, to the world, and to our collective future.
A Research Symposium on the formal and aesthetic impact of recent digital and 3D works from Jean-Luc Godard.
This annual conference brings together educators, researchers and practitioners within the information professions to encourage a culture of informed and innovative research practice, and research-informed teaching practice.
The 12th Annual International Conference of the Document Academy, at UTS, will be the first DOCAM to be held in the antipodes! The conference provides a unique multidisciplinary space for reporting experimental and critical research on the concept of the document and documentation, with participants from fields as diverse as information, media, museum, archives, culture, and science studies.