Innovation in Teaching and Learning Seminar Series
About the series
UNE is pleased to bring you an exciting new seminar series focusing on innovations in teaching and learning. The series was begun by Professor Victor Minichiello, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of the Professions and Professor Don Hine, School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences.
The series is now facilitated by Dr Michael Crock, Pro Vice-Chancellor Educational Innovation and International and Associate Professor Josie Fisher, UNE Business School, Faculty of The Professions.
This seminar series aims to stimulate critical thinking and collegial discussion about recent innovations in teaching and learning. It will provide an important opportunity for UNE staff, students, and the general public to learn about new developments in pedagogy and technology that have the potential to transform higher education in Australia and across the world.
The seminars will also provide a forum for discussing the opportunities and risks of these new developments, and implications for academics, students, and the future of tertiary education.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? UNE staff, students and members of the general public are welcome to attend.
REFRESHMENTS A light lunch will be provided after each presentation.
PLEASE SEND ANY SUGGESTIONS ON SPEAKERS AND TOPICS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE EXPLORED to Associate Professor Josie Fisher