At the nexus of learning and innovation

This year's Learning and Innovation Research Fest will be in the New Law building at the University of Sydney on Thursday November 29th.

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…

Join us on Oct 24th for a special lunchtime seminar with visiting speaker Dr Lisa Rosén Rasmussen. This event is co-hosted by CRLI…

This seminar will offer a preview of a book Peter has been writing with Rob Ellis. The book is due to appear in the Routledge SRHE (Society for Research in Higher Education) series next year.

Scaling and sustaining innovation are key challenges for any institution. From staff capacity to student engagement to educational quality, scaling pilot programs to full-scale implementation and sustaining them after the funding resorts to Business as Usual remains a complex ambition.

Are you interested in mentoring and support for early-to-mid career researchers or a PhD students? Want to explore and propose some questions and find out more over a coffee or tea?

Frequently cited purposes of the scholarship of university teaching include the enhancement of teaching, a way to raise the status of teaching, a means through which teachers may come to teach more knowledgeably, a means through which the quality of teaching may be assessed, a way to enhance…

Join us on September 4th for a seminar on student motivation, co-hosted by the Motivation, Engagement and Individual Choice Pathways (MOVEicp) network.

Educators in higher education and professional development are highly concerned with facilitating the development of learners’ professional identities.  However, the underlying mechanism of professional-identity development in response to…

In this presentation we will describe how we adapted and implemented social marketing techniques to develop new approaches to the promotion of education in contexts of educational disadvantage/s. It will include explanations of the Lead My Learning campaign (