Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education

Business Education SIG

About the BE-SIG

The ASCILITE Business Education Special Interest Group (BE-SIG) will be launched in 2020 to foster Technology Enhanced Business Education and to raise the profile of scholarship of technology enhanced business education among professional accreditation bodies and ranking agencies.

You are welcome to explore the the different ways to get involved. Our SIG aims to encourage, empower and enable business educators to raise a collective voice for informing relevant professional bodies and accreditation agencies about the strengths of emergent, design-based and nuanced approaches to research that are amenable for deepening our understanding of learning affordances of technology rich environments. Being an integral part of ASCILITE will enable us to learn from other members of other disciplines who have been relatively more successful in raising the profile of scholarship of technology enhanced learning within their disciplines. Further, it will provide a fertile ground for us to engage in interdisciplinary research.

BE-SIG Events

Please join our first meeting at the forthcoming ASCILITE conference on Wednesday, 4 Dec 2019, at lunchtime. In this session, we will plan key activities and events for 2020 that will be of potential interest to our SIG members.

How to Get Involved

Membership of the BE-SIG is open to all, including non-ASCILITE members. To be kept up to date, complete this simple form. You can contact the BE-SIG Committee via this email address: be-sig@ascilite.org.

We also encourage anyone who shares our interests to:

  • Share ideas, ask questions and participate in conversations by emailing to be-sig@ascilite.org
  • Be a part of our SIG events, webinars and workshops
  • We would also like to know what you would like to get from involvement in the SIG, so please let us know via the email address above of any ideas you may have for events, as well as suggested topics and speakers for our webinar series

BE-SIG Committee

Harsh Suri (Deakin University), Andrea Warner (University of Auckland) and Danielle Logan (Griffith University).

Institutional Members