At the nexus of learning and innovation

CRLI at GAP Summit in the Parliament House

Global Access Partners' annual Vision for Australia Summit Series is held each September in a State Parliament House for a select audience of 120 senior executives from government, business and academia. GAP Summits foster outcome-based engagement on key issues of value to Australia, such as productivity, infrastructure, education, innovation, job creation and prospects for future economic growth.

This year the topic is "Beyond education: Lifelong learing for Australia's future'. 

CRLI was present with a table. The slides can be found here

From the program: 

Sydney Research Seminar Series “Reimagining the future of learning innovation”

Sydney Research Seminar Series “Reimagining the future of learning innovation”

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation? How do developments in different disciplinary domains contribute to those frontiers? What kinds of research and development agendas should researchers and innovators who work on those frontiers be pursuing?

SRESCon2019

We are excited to announce the inaugural SRES mini-conference: SRESCon2019 on Tuesday 19 November 2019. 

We are excited to announce the inaugural SRES mini-conference: SRESCon2019 on Tuesday 19 November 2019. This event is being jointly organised by the Educational Innovation team from the DVC (Education) Portfolio, and the LA/EDM SIG from the Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation, at the University of Sydney.

Sydney research seminars: CRLI researchers encouraging undergrads to think big

Lina Markauskaite and Minkang Kim are leading two of four new 'Sydney Research Seminars' here at the University of Sydney. These interdisciplinary units of study are designed to challenge third year students an Dalyell Scholars to think like researchers and ask big questions.

“Normally when we teach, we want students to come up with the answers... With these units, we actually want them to come up with the questions. And because the classes will be interdisciplinary, they’ll be encouraged to explore their questions beyond their own field of expertise, and apply research methodology to refine their questions.