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…

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…

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 (

Please join CRLI's Learning Spaces SIG in the new experimental teaching space in the Abercrombie Building for a presentation of the preliminary findings from: An international comparative study of innovative physical learning spaces.

Presented by John Augeri, co-founder and deputy…

Are you interested in unlocking the potential of learning innovation and research? Want to bridge the gap between research and innovation in education,

In today's networked economy, how to prepare our students to excel in a growing world of VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations)? How can we enhance students' learn to learn capabilities and confidence in presentation? Have you thought…

The introduction to video analysis workshop is suited to research students, particularly those in education, who are interested in learning the basics of ELAN as a video analysis software and hearing about the experiences of both past and current PhD students who have conducted video analysis.…

On Friday 1 June Lina Markauskaite will present "Learning to co-create actionable knowledge across disciplinary and professional boundaries" as part of the Sydney.Concepts.Westmead series.

Professor Michael Jacobson will be giving a talk entitled Where do Emerging Trends emerge from and why?

Invisible nanoscale phenomena are difficult to learn, as people have no experience of observing nanoparticles and their behaviours in everyday life. To help address this issue two different treatment conditions were developed: (a) working with two different Agent-Based Models (ABMs) and (b)…