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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?

The Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation is launching a new research seminar series exploring how developments in different disciplinary domains and industry shape frontiers of learning innovation in higher education and beyond. Each seminar will focus on a different disciplinary perspective and will be co-presented by two experts-discussants. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A discussion with university students and the general audience.  Everyone is welcome to addend.

Time: Thursdays, 5.00pm - 6.30pm

Location: New Law School Annex Seminar Room 444, The University of Sydney

Cost: Free

RSVP: Not required

Presentation schedule

Date

Topic/Perspective

Presenters

5 Sep

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation from the Learning Sciences perspective?

  • Peter Reimann, Professor of Education, Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation
  • Michael Jacobson, Professor of Education, Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation

12 Sep

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation from Business and Organisational Management perspectives?

  • Dr Anya Johnson, Senior lecturer in Work and Organisational Studies, the University of Sydney Business School
  • Tony Cannell, Associate Lecturer in Commerce, the University of Sydney Business School

19 Sep

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation from Computer Sciences and Human-Computer Interaction perspectives?

 

  • Judy Kay, Professor of Computer Science, Computer Human Adaptive Interaction Research Group (CHAI), School of IT
  • Marcus Carter, Lecturer in Digital Cultures, SOAR Fellow, Department of Media and Communications

26 Sep

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation from EdTech industry perspective?

10 Oct

What are the main frontiers of learning innovation from Higher Education Management practice and policy perspectives?

 

  • Dan Willis, Head of Education, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • Peter Bryant, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Education), the University of Sydney Business School

 

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Comments

Submitted byCarlo Fernando (not verified) on Fri, 08/30/2019, 12:15

Hello from Manila! I hope everyone in the lab are doing well. I would like to ask if there would be video / audio recordings of the sessions so I can also watch them here. I miss everyone there at the lab, and I do send my bestest regards for the success of this event! Hope to visit you guys soonest!

Submitted byNatasha Arthars on Tue, 09/03/2019, 02:25

In reply to by Carlo Fernando (not verified)

Hi Carlo,

We miss having you in the lab!

We were planning to record these seminars and make them available online where possible.

Kind regards,

Natasha

Submitted byLyndal Parker (not verified) on Sun, 09/15/2019, 21:20

In reply to by Natasha Arthars

It will be great to be able to view these seminars! Can you let us know when and where they are available via multiple media? (e.g. here and Yammer (my usual location for info if I don't get emailed ;-) )

Submitted byColin (not verified) on Mon, 09/02/2019, 01:14

Any chance these will be streamed or recorded?
cheers
Colin

Submitted byNatasha Arthars on Tue, 09/03/2019, 02:24

In reply to by Colin (not verified)

Hi Colin,

We were planning to record these and make them available online where possible.

Kind regards,

Natasha

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