At the nexus of learning and innovation

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…

Join us on November 12 for a special Learning and Innovation seminar with Dr Kate Thomson when she will present her research focusing on conversations as informal professional learning.

How did I know if any of this was real? Exposing complexity and authenticity at the frontiers of learning innovation

Join us on October 8 for a special Learning and Innovation seminar with Jayne Lammers (University of Rochester) and Christian Ehret (McGill University).

Reading Young Adult Video Games as Young Adult Literature through…

An Ecological Framework for Studying Interdisciplinary Knowledge Practices and Learning: Linking Culture, Activity and Mind

Technology and Outcomes

Visualise cost, quality and scale as three axes on a triangular graph. If you had a scale of 1 student and could afford the best educator on the planet, you’d have the highest quality offering. Education institutions try to balance the…

Learner-centred learning analytics - empowering learners to harness their own learning data

Integrating the organisational team literature to support students learning in teams

AI in Education: What can we realistically expect, Professor Peter Reimann

Abstract: AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the currently most important technology trend touted to change our life, including our professional life. No doubt that in education we will see a “2nd…

PeerWise is a free platform that supports student‐generated practice questions. More than 4,000,000 questions have been created by students from around the world in a wide range of subjects. At the University of Sydney, PeerWise has been used by…