Learning and Teaching Events

Workshops and Forums

  • Research Talks every Wednesday: A seminar series to support works-in-progress
    Wednesdays 10.30am-12.00pm
    Location: Building O.G.46 Kingswood (room variations advised in advance) with opportunities for Zoom

Hosted by the Learning Futures Portfolio, Research Talks is a seminar series for members of the Western Sydney University community – HE researchers, HDR students and staff in Schools and professional units – to present their HE curriculum, teaching and learning research as a 'work-in-progress'. The series is intended to be collegial and developmental, an opportunity to present a puzzle or a challenge from a research project (for e.g., conceptual, empirical, theoretical, methodological, or related to writing) and to draw on the collective expertise available for feedback that is both productive and future-oriented. The goal is to support staff progress their efforts towards scholarly dissemination. The Research Talks for 2017 are now available. (DOCX, 39.75 KB)

Wednesday, 27 September, 2017

  • Developing a research plan for yourself: If you are aiming for nothing you're sure to hit it
    Associate Professor Michael Sankey, Learning Transformations
  • This session  will explore some of the concept contained within the article by Wright & Sharma (2013) around conceptualising a research program rather than a research project. Register Now. (opens in a new window)


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