Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education


Changes in the AJET Editorial Team

The Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET) is led by a small team of dedicated Lead Editors, Associate Professors Michael Henderson (Monash University, Australia), Eva Heinrich (Massey University, New Zealand) and Petrea Redmond (University of Southern Queensland, Australia). They are supported by a high quality team of Associate Editors.

We have had some significant changes in the team and we would firstly like to thank you and farewell some of our most senior Associate Editors: Associate Professor Helen Farley, Associate Professor Shirley Agostinho and Dr Chwee Beng Lee. Helen and Shirley have served the journal as Associate Editors since 2013.  We also say farewell to Chwee Beng who has been involved as either Lead or Associate Editor since 2015.

As the push to publish in high quality journals continues the quantity of papers being submitted to AJET as a Q1 journal also increases.  To cope with the additional workload we are very excited to welcome eight new Associate Editors who will start late 2018 or the beginning of 2019. Half of the new Associate Editors are from overseas and bring a further international outlook to the editorial team.

  • Dr. Eamon Costello, Dublin City University, Ireland
  • Dr Christopher E Dann, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
  • Associate Professor Teresa Foulger, Arizona State University, USA
  • Dr Henk Huijser, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Associate Professor Matthew Kearney, University of Technology, Australia
  • Dr Chien-Ching Lee, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore
  • Dr Kate Thompson, Griffith University, Australia
  • Professor Johanna Mathilda (Joke) Voogt, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

On behalf of ASCILITE and the AJET community we sincerely thank the outgoing editors and warmly welcome the new team members.

New TELall post: SIG Events at the ASCILITE 2018 Conference

This year’s ASCILITE 2018 conference is shaping up to be another exceptional event and ASCILITE Special Interest Groups are actively involved in this year’s conference program.  We now has seven SIGs, which include the:

  • Digital Equity SIG
  • Learning Analytics SIG
  • Learning Design SIG
  • Mobile Learning SIG
  • Open Educational Practices SIG
  • TELedvisors SIG
  • Transforming Assessment SIG

If you have an interest in any of the ASCILITE SIGs and you’re attending the conference, take a look at this post on TELall to see which SIG event works for you.  Remember, you don’t have to be a member of a SIG to join these sessions.  Read more >>

Updated Conference Program

If you’re heading to ASCILITE 2018, or thinking to register, here’s the drafft conference program which will be refined by the conference team over the next week or so with additional details added (so do check back regularly):


Job Vacancies, Educational Development at University of Sydney

Associate Director/Director – Educational Development USYD Business School

The University of Sydney Business School is looking for an academic lead for a transformational initiative to enhance the student teaching and learning experience.  Building and leading a team of educational developers, designers, technologists and researchers, this post will develop and deliver connected and innovative (yes, I used the word!) approaches to teaching and learning for over 16500 students studying at a globally leading Business School in beautiful Sydney, Australia.

Associate Director/Director – Educational Development

Lead the transformation of the educational experience through innovative educational design and development.

Full Time, 3 years’ fixed term position (flexible work arrangements may be considered including part-time, job share and other options).

Academic Level C (Senior Lecturer level – Salary: $127K to $147K p.a.) OR Academic Level D (Associate Professor level – Salary: $153K to $169K p.a.), plus leave loading and generous superannuation contribution.

For an informal conversation, email Peter Bryant.University of Sydney Business School
Reference No. 2098/1018F
Website: University of Sydney Jobs

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