- Education Technology
- Large Class Teaching
- Teaching Modes and Methods and Teaching Specialists
- Transitioning into Higher Education
- Student Communities
- The Students Role in Learning including Co-Creation
- Curriculum Design
Submissions should be in abstract form (no full papers are required for this conference), 300-500 words and provide a clear background, method, results and conclusion. Ensure that the abstract has no identifying information in it for review purposes. Submissions must indicate some engagement with relevant literature by providing 1-3 key references for attendees to review.
Submissions are due August 8th. Submissions received by July 29 can take advantage of early-bird review which will provide feedback on how to improve the submission.
Students are encouraged to submit papers.
Papers should be submitted to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=herga2016
To register for the conference, you can go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/herga-conference-22-sep-2016-from-research-into-practice-tickets-26436821244
Please note, tickets for all institutions will be available soon.
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