To mark our fifth anniversary, Deakin University’sCentre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) is hosting a higher education research conference from 19 to 20 October 2020.
The conference aims to provide a focused forum for higher education research as a discipline. Cutting-edge conversations will centre around rigorous, high-quality conceptual and theoretical contributions exploring the future of higher education research in a postdigital age.
Our keynote speakers are Professor Monika Nerland (University of Oslo) and Associate Professor Alyssa Wise (New York University).
In light of the challenging times facing the Australian university sector, we recognise that people may have limited funds to attend a face-to-face conference later this year or into 2021. Therefore, the conference will be continuing as an online event. It will still take place from 19 to 20 October 2020.
We will offer a single stream of exceptional research papers - this means that fewer papers may be accepted. We’ll be scheduling in facilitated online interactions and discussions to supplement these papers, to ensure cross-fertilisation of ideas and exciting academic conversations.
We’ve also extended our submissions deadline to 6 April 2020 - find more info here.