Activity: Professional Development, Mentorship, Supervision and Other Activities › External Professional Development
The 2018 ASCILITE Spring into Excellence Research School is scheduled for 17 – 19 October 2018 and will be hosted by Learning Futures, Griffith University at the Southbank Campus. Featured guest speakers and presenters will include Professor Barney Dalgarno, Associate Professor Dominique Parrish, Associate Professor Sue Gregory and Associate Professor Michael Henderson.
The aim of the ASCILITE Spring into Excellence Research School is to:
Provide support and guidance to participants in developing and progressing Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) research initiatives including but not limited to: – Formulating a relevant and effective TEL research project. – Collecting appropriate TEL research data. – Identifying what data is most appropriate for TEL research. Assist participants to identify and plan a contemporary TEL research project. Enable opportunities for participants to link with like-minded collaborators from other universities and potentially to establish viable cross-institutional research collaborations. Guide participants in developing a grant application or research plan for a TEL research project. This would include both projects that have already been conceptualized as well as new projects that have not yet been conceived.
At the end of the ASCILITE Spring into Excellence Research School participants will:
Have gained a sound understanding of current topical areas and methodologies for TEL research Have broadened their professional networks Have a well-developed and comprehensive plan for a TEL research project Appreciate how to be successful in publishing manuscripts in journals Be able to confidently review a manuscript and provide constructive feedback; and Have a strategy for identifying potential funding opportunities and developing funding applications