Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education


Position Available: ASCILITE Secretariat

ASCILITE is looking for a new Secretariat.

Are you a dynamic person who has an interest in supporting one of Australia’s premier professional societies?  If so please consider applying for this 0.5 position as the ASCILITE Secretariat.  You can read or download the Position Description here.
Applications are due COB 11th November 2022. Please contact A/Prof Chris Campbell if you have any questions.

ASCILITE Brisbane Networking Event

The ASCILITE Executive would like to invite ASCILITE members to a special Brisbane networking event.

We understand that the ASCILITE community has not been able to get together in person for several years so here’s an opportunity for everyone to catch up!  Cash bar and complimentary snacks will be available and members may bring a guest.

Where: Beer garden, Ship Inn, Griffith University Southbank Campus
When: Thursday 24 November, 2022 @ 4pm – 6pm
Cost: Free to ASCILITE members (Buy Your Own Drinks at the bar)

We look forward to seeing you there!

Please register your interest by November 17th 2022 for catering purposes.

Invitation to attend the ASCILITE Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) for ASCILITE will take place during the annual conference on Monday 5th December at 12:30pm AEDT.
All current members are cordially invited to attend the meeting. The room will be advised in the conference program. Check the conference agenda for any change to the meeting time closer to the event.

We do hope you can join us where we present the 2022 Executive election results, review ASCILITE’s financial position and seek approval from members for next year’s budget.

ASCILITE2022 Conference Updates

With just four weeks to go, this year’s ASCILITE conference has passed 300 delegates registered! If you haven’t already, make sure you  register before November 24th for in-person attendance, and December 2nd for online attendance.

The conference organising committee are pleased to announce that the conference dinner theme is ‘Masked Ball’ – we look forward to seeing your creative interpretations and having a boogie on the dancefloor.

The final program can be viewed via Miro, and will also soon be available on the conference website through Cvent.

Please keep an eye on the conference website and follow us on Twitter for live updates, especially as we get closer to the date.

ASCILITE Publications first issue published!

The result of a new initiative from the ASCILITE Executive in 2021, ASCILITE Publications ( has been officially launched. ASCILITE Publications provides a platform based upon the Open Journal System (OJS) for publishing the annual ASCILITE Conference proceedings, and creating a standardised peer-review system for the 2022 ASCILITE Conference submissions.  The ASCILITE Publications Executive team includes A/Prof Thomas Cochrane, A/Prof Michael Cowling, Prof Petrea Redmond and Adjunct A/Prof Mark Schier.

With the publication of our first full issue of APUBS – The 2019 ASCILITE Conference proceedings – we now have been officially registered with an ISSN 2653-665X and can assign DOIs to articles!

The ASCILITE Publications platform will eventually host the past 27 years of ASCILITE Conference proceedings, with registered DOIs for individual proceedings papers associated with a formal publication ISSN. ASCILITE Publications will also provide an avenue for mentoring ASCILITE members into the peer-reviewed publication process and provide opportunities for special collections of peer-reviewed, fully open access traditional and non-traditional publications in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in Australasia and abroad.

We aim to provide a scholarly distribution and publication pathway for these alternative forms of best practice and thought to traditional journal articles; increasing the reach and impact of TEL to international contributions and an audience beyond the academy. ASCILITE Publications encourages contributions and involvement from ECRs, including RHD candidates, practitioners and professional staff.

Please note that we recommend that media items be published using Figshare rather than ASCILITE Publications.

Have Your Say

SIG Survey now available

If you are a member of one or more of our SIGs, now is the time to have your say and let us know what is working well and what we could do better to ensure the SIGS continue to be relevant to all members. You can access the survey here.

We ask that you complete the survey for each SIG of which you are a member.

The survey will close on Friday 18th November.

New TELall Blog post: “You don’t have to shut up to write: strategies to increase your writing output”

Prof Michael Henderson (Monash University) and Prof Phillip Dawson (Deakin University) have curated a great list of strategies to assist TEL researchers in their writing up their research ideas. This list comes from the participants and presenters at the recent ASCILITE Spring into Excellence Research School hosted jointly by Monash University and Deakin University. Don’t miss reading this excellent list of strategies <Read more>


EDEN Conference 2023

EDEN / Digital Learning Europe have recently released the details of next year’s conference.  It will take place 18-20 July 2023 at Dublin City University, hosted by National Institute for Digital Learning (NIDL).  Click here to view the details of the conference.

Sub-Dean CSU (Design and Development)

Reference no: 495790
Work type: Fixed Term – Full Time
Location: Other, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga
Categories: Academic – Leadership

  • Contribute to innovative sector leading curriculum design and development
  • Build and maintain relationships with faculty leadership to support priorities and achievement of strategic objectives

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Sub-Dean CSU (Academic Development)

Reference no: 495789
Work type: Fixed Term – Full Time
Location: Other, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga
Categories: Academic – Leadership

  • Opportunity to contribute to leading and building a culture of collaboration and success
  • Contribute to the professional development of the University’s academic staff
  • Build and maintain relationships with faculty leadership to support priorities and achievement of strategic objectives

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