Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education


TELall Blog post: Entangled pedagogy: why does it matter to educational design?

Reflecting back on online learning during the pandemic, Associate Professor Tim Fawns (Monash Education Academy) explores the pedagogical complexities between technology and educational stakeholders and draws on the concept of entangled pedagogy to offer some thoughts about the impact of this on learning design. Read more

Reminder ASCILITE Live! Webinar – April 27 2023: Developing a holistic university retention program

Come to an ASCILITE Live! Webinar session in April where ASCILITE 2022 Innovation Award Winners Kelly Linden, Neil Van der Ploeg, Sarah Terkel, & Noelia Roman will speak about their approaches to retention at Charles Sturt University. Anyone with an interest in student support, student excellence, or just keeping students around is encouraged to attend!

Date: 27th April 2023
Time: 12 noon AEST
Register here

Last chance to register for the TELAS face-to-face workshop

The Technology Enhanced Learning Accreditation Standards (TELAS) are a set of internationally benchmarked standards designed to assess the quality of online learning, particularly in relation to the tertiary sector. They provide institutions with the means to assess and evaluate the affordances of their online learning environments and thereby guide quality enhancements.Final registration deadline: COB 25th April.
Location: The workshop will be conducted at The University of Sydney.
Date: Thursday 27th April.
Time:  9-4.30pm AEDT.
Cost (Ex GST): $250(members);  $400 (non-members – includes 12 month ASCILITE membership fee).

For further details and to register, visit the TELAS website here.

Please direct any queries and/or expressions of interest to


Sydney International School of Technology & Commerce is looking for Course Reviewers

Please contact A/P Kwong Nui Sim (Associate Dean – Learning and Teaching) if you are keen and available to review the following courses:

  • BIS101 Introductory Accounting
  • BIS201 Knowledge and Management and Information Governance
  • BIS301 Business Intelligence
  • SOF101 Introduction to Programming
  • DEN302 Cloud Infrastructure
  • ICT201 Systems Development Lifecycle and Project Management
  • ICT301 Professional Experience
  • ICT501 Foundations of IT
  • ICT505 Data Analytics

Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice (JUTLP): 2023 Recruitment of Editors

Annually, the Journal invites applications for Editor roles. In 2023, there are a number of vacancies that the Journal invites Expressions of Interest for, including to lead or join our newest Section Educational Psychology:

  • Senior Editor, Educational Psychology (1)
  • Associate Editor, Curriculum and Assessment (2)
  • Associate Editor, Educational Psychology (3)
  • Associate Editor, Social Media (1)
  • Associate Editor, Student Experience (2)

The position descriptions for the editorial roles available here: Editorial Team Position Descriptions. Expressions of Interest, including a 1) a cover letter highlighting interest, the specific role, and relevant experience against the position description, 2) a recent resume, and 3) links to a the applicant’s Google Scholar, Scopus, or Web of Science personal page can be made to the Editor in Chief Dr Joseph Crawford. Applicants with questions are also welcome to reach out to Dr Crawford. Applications will be accepted until 30 May 2023, with interviews commencing shortly after this period.

UoW webinar: AI and the future of higher education

How will the rise in artificial intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT revolutionise education and assessment?

Some universities around the world are considering moving back to pen and paper methods to circumvent the use of AI by students, but what if there was a way that AI could help in educating students, rather than hinder?
This webinar explores how AI can be ethically used for assessment to help our students develop the digital literacy required, and the need to develop culture of academic integrity to minimise the risks.

Join Senior Professor Sue Bennett (University of Wollongong), alongside Thomas King (Industry Executive – Higher Education, Microsoft), Professor Rhonda Sharpe (Oxford University) and Professor Michael Henderson (Monash University) to learn about how educators can navigate the future of AI in assessment design and implementation.

Date: Thursday 27 April
Time: 5-6 pm AEST
Where: Online via Zoom 

Register now

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