Conference Highlights

10 Key Reasons to Join Us This July

  1. Strategize on adopting and accelerating blended learning in your organisation or institution
  2. Re-design your curriculum for work integrated learning (WIL) in the wake of disruptive innovation and automation
  3. Learn how to deploy AI and Analytics to improve your students’ learning pathways and performance
  4. Know why VETs are leading the way to 21st century education
  5. Acquire the new skills needed for higher education educators of the future
  6. Learn practical approaches to online learning, including digital badges, that produce employable graduates and satisfied employers
  7. Explore latest technologies and innovations in AR/VR/MR to be used in online and hybrid classrooms
  8. Learn how to navigate the “Uncanny Valley” – how robotic teaching assistants can enhance the student learning experience
  9. Re-design digital infrastructure to integrate student learning and engagement
  10. Re-design physical learning spaces to improve students’ health, environment and outcome

Hot Topics to Be Discussed

MELBOURNE

DAY 1: TUESDAY, 17 JULY 2018

  • How Universities, Colleges, Polys, VETs and K-12 Institutions Can Partner with Industries & Rise to the Challenge of Disruption
  • The Future of Work and Implications on Curriculum Design & Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
  • How AI and Analytics Can Improve Students’ Learning Pathways

DAY 2: WEDNESDAY, 18 JULY 2018

  • Designing the Next Generation Learning Management System That Works
  • Push Notifications, Mobile Learning, Digital Badges and LeaderBoards
  • Changing Teaching Delivery Methods for Indigenous, Remote and Non Native English Foreign Students
  • Site Tour at Victoria University to View Blended Learning Innovations

DAY 3: THURSDAY, 19 JULY 2018

  • Practical Applications of AR/VR/MR Technology to Maximise Experiential Learning
  • How to Effectively Use 3D Printed Tools and Robotics to Teach Distant Students
  • Drones in Education
  • Site Tour to Monash University to View AR/VR/MR in Education

DAY 4: FRIDAY, 20 JULY 2018

  • Designing a Digital Infrastructure to Integrate Student Learning and Engagement
  • Evidence-Based Design to Innovate Learning Spaces for a Future-Focused Learning Environment
  • Improving Students’ Health, Engagement and Outcomes via Re-Designing Physical Learning Spaces
  • Site Tour at Design Factory Melbourne, Swinburne University of Technology

SYDNEY

DAY 1: MONDAY, 23 JULY 2018

  • How Universities, Colleges, Polys, VETs and K-12 Institutions Can Partner with Industries & Rise to the Challenge of Disruption
  • The Future of Work and Implications on Curriculum Design & Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
  • How AI and Analytics Can Improve Students’ Learning Pathways

DAY 2: TUESDAY, 24 JULY 2018

  • Designing the Next Generation Learning Management System That Works
  • Push Notifications, Mobile Learning, Digital Badges and LeaderBoards
  • Changing Teaching Delivery Methods for Indigenous, Remote and Non Native English Foreign Students
  • Site Tour at Western Sydney University Campus to View Blended Learning Innovations

DAY 3: WEDNESDAY, 25 JULY 2018

  • Practical Applications of AR/VR/MR Technology to Maximise Experiential Learning
  • How to Effectively Use 3D Printed Tools and Robotics to Teach Distant Students
  • Drones in Education
  • Site Tour at The University of Sydney to View AR/VR/MR in Education

DAY 4: THURSDAY, 26 JULY 2018

  • Flexible Learning Spaces – Redesigning the Learning Environment to Maximize Knowledge Internalization
  • Evidence-Based Design to Innovate Learning Spaces for a Future-Focused Learning Environment
  • Improving Students’ Health, Engagement and Outcomes via Re-Designing Physical Learning Spaces
  • Site Tour to Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic High School

What Attendees Valued Most from Our Conference:

“Perfect balance of story-telling, theory and practice.  Excellent take home points that could be translated to diverse organisations!” Academic Leader, Unitec

“Had the opportunity to meet colleagues from different institutes!” Academic coordinator, Massey University

“Variety of excellent speakers, and workshop.” Dean of Chiropractic, New Zealand College of Chiropractic

“It was down to earth!” Senior Lecturer, Pacific International Hotel Management School