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Events listings

We almost always have a lot of events coming up - masterclasses, seminars and more! If you want to see them all listed on one page, head over to http://sydney.edu.au/education_social_work/research/centres_and_networks/CRLI/events.shtml (offsite) to see what is coming up in the near future. Or subscribe to our mailing list to get occasionally updates into your inbox.

Return of the Research Fest

Save the date; July 4th is Fest Day – sign-up for updates at http://bit.ly/festinfo18

Get out your calendars: this year's Fest will be in the New Law building at the University of Sydney on Wednesday July 4th. The Fest is an annual-ish, CRLI event inviting the community of the sciences and technologies of learning and innovation to come together to exchange ideas, showcase work, form new collaborations, and catch up on recent innovations. Everyone is welcome to attend and it is free.

'Reimagining the future: Frontiers of learning innovation and research'.

CRLI have been awarded funding by the University’s Strategic Education Grants for the Sydney Research Seminars series 'Reimagining the future: Frontiers of learning innovation and research'.

Who better to give us insights into learning than our ‘expert’ learners – our students? This seminar series will involve undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework and research) students from various disciplines, together with academics, in a series of online discussions and face-to-face seminars that will lead to production of a bi-annual Sydney Learning Innovation and Research Horizon Report.

A 2018 Strategic Education Grant for Neuroscience and Education

Neuroscience and Education wins a grant for a seminar series which will highlight the importance of empathy for professionals in education and medical settings.

It is with great pleasure that the Centre’s Neuroscience and Education SIG is able to announce a successful 2018 Strategic Education Grant application.  The grant of $12,000 will support a project Investigating the social and neurobiological comodulators of learning and wellbeing. The Project Leader is Dr. Minkang Kim, with co-investigators Professor Ian Hickie and Professor Adam Guastella of the Brain and Mind Centre and Professor Philip Poronnik of the Sydney Medical School.

CRLI Seminar Series

Seminar recording: Design for Computer Assisted Language learning with Susan Sun

This exploratory review brings together research that investigates computer-assisted language learning (CALL), and research in the field of learning design, paying particular attention to the theoretical frameworks and approaches of design for learning.