Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education


2023 Contextualising Horizons interactive sessions

The registration links for the interactive sessions are now live. The intended purpose of these sessions is to identify the social, technological, economic, environmental, and political trends impacting the Australasian higher education sector and to identify the learning and teaching technologies and practices best positioned to assist institutions in addressing the trends.

We invite participants from across the ASCLITE community and affiliates to take part in the following upcoming workshops:
February 13 12:30pm-2:30pm AEDT
February 20 12:30pm-2:30pm AEDT
February 23 12:30pm-2:30pm AEDT

Please note that these are all different sessions that build on each other. Whilst we recommend attending all three sessions, it is possible to attend one or two.

To ensure that these sessions are productive and interactive, please download the following template and consider trends and signals to inform our discussion.

CMP 2023 Information Session Webinar: Reminder

The first CMP Information session of 2023 is on 3rd February 2023 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm AEDT

Anyone interested in the Community Mentoring Programme (CMP) is welcome to attend this information session in order to learn about the programme and what it means to become a mentor or a mentee. The session will be presented by 2020/2021/2022 CMP members and chaired by the CMP coordinators Dr Kwong Nui Sim, Dr Hazel Jones and Dr Robert Vanderburg. If you can’t make it to the info session, you can still find out about the CMP and apply here: Look forward to welcoming you onboard

Register here:

TELedvisors webinar: The AI (ChatGPT) future: What do we do now?

The rapid growth of generative AI tools including ChatGPT (text), MidJourney (images) and GitHub Pilot (computer code) in the last year has enormous implications for education. Having easily accessible technologies that can generate passably human content may require a complete rethinking of learning and assessment – for good and bad.

Join our panel of experts and enthusiasts in the field in what is likely to be a lively discussion as we explore some immediate practical responses for educators, leaders, learning designers, academic developers, education technologists and more.

This webinar is a collaboration between the ASCILITE TELedvisors Network and the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) at UniSA, with the support of Monash University.

Please Register for the event here.

Should you not be able to attend the event will be recorded for future viewing.


Digitally Engaged Learning Conference 2023 submissions open

The Digitally Engaged Learning (DEL) conference is a place to share, explore, and evolve digitally engaged teaching and learning in art and design Higher Education. Submissions for DEL 2023 are now open and will close on Friday 17 March. Read more about the theme (Realities and Futures), submission guidelines for each type and submit using our online form.

If you have any questions about submissions, please contact Hannah at or Claudia at

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