At the nexus of learning and innovation

Keynote plenary of the Nov 29th Learning and Innovation Research Fest

Moonshots for 21st Century Learning: Research at the CRLI Advanced Learning Technologies SIG

The opening plenary for the Learning and Innovation Research Fest will place in New Law theatre 101 from 10.00-11.15am on Thursday November 29th 2018. It will feature an overview of Advanced Learning Technologies (ALT) research by Professors Michael Jacobson and Judy Kay, and a panel and audience discussion of the grand educational challenges in Australia and globally.

Return of the Research Fest

Save the date; Nov 29th 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 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 ideas, showcase work, form new collaborations, and catch up on recent innovations. Everyone is welcome to attend and it is free.

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Leading international scholars at CRLI

Announcing a program of visiting scholars for the second half of 2017

Image of international scholars

 

CRLI has invited key international scholars from leading centres to collaborate on its project Understanding and Facilitating Learning in Emerging Knowledge Co-Creation Spaces, funded under the Sydney Research Excellence Initiative 'SREI’ 2020 scheme at the University of Sydney, and