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Pre-Conference Workshops - Optional

The following workshops will be held on Monday 2 July 2012. The price to attend each workshop is $75 per person and includes either morning or afternoon tea (lunch is by own arrangement). HERDSA Fellows are entitled to attend one workshop free of charge. If you are a Fellow and wish to attend a workshop at no cost, please email rather than booking online. Please note that the TATAL Workshop is free of charge for all to attend.

Click here to register for the Conference and the Pre-Conference Workshops. If you have already registered for the Conference and wish to attend a Pre-Conference Workshop, you can update your registration via the Delegate Zone.

Morning Workshops

Workshop 1
Creating Connections That Matter: A Workshop for Early Career Academics (and Anyone Who Works With ECAs)
Dr Kathryn Sutherland



Workshop 2
Stumbling blocks or stepping stones? Talking about Transition
Professor Liz McKinley & Dr Irena Madjar



Workshop 3
Providing Effective Feedback for Student Learning
Dr Iris Vardi

0900 - 1200


Workshop 4
Communities of Practice leadership roles and activities that create and sustain peer connections
Associate Professor Jacquelin McDonald, Dr Cassandra Star, Tony Burch, Professor Milton Cox & Associate Professor Judy Nagy

0900 - 1200


Additional Workshop
Writing Scholarly Book Reviews in Higher Education
Barbara Grant and Mark Barrow

1000 - 1200


Afternoon Workshops

Workshop 5
Increasing your research productivity and impact
Professor Shelda Debowski

1300 - 1600


Workshop 6
Making time at HERDSA 2012 to TATAL (Talk about Teaching and Llearning): A pre-conference workshop and three in-conference sessions
Dr Coralie McCormack, Robert Kennelly, John Gilchrist, Dr Jesmin Islam & Dr Lee Partridge

1300 - 1600


Workshop 7
Experiencing and evaluating an inquiry-oriented activity: How was it for you?
Associate Professor Les Kirkup; Katrina Waite, Jenny Pizzica & Andrea Mears

1300 - 1600


Workshop 8
Peer learning for the next decade
Dr Jacques Van Der Meer & Dr Jane Skalicky

1300 - 1600