Tuesday, 30 July 2013

HERDSA Conference Wrap Up 2013

The HERDSA 2013 conference was a great success, with over 350 delegates attending across the 4 days. Thanks to all those who participated, and thanks also to others on this list who either assisted with the conference or signed up to express interest.

Here are the links to the full record of the conference, including abstracts and slides of presentations, and recordings of keynotes and plenaries.

Recordings of keynotes and plenaries:
  • Professor Alison Phipps - University of Glasgow - "When Learning is placed under Siege: Conflict, Creativity and Compassion in Higher Education" -  http://bit.ly/18HZb2x
  • Professor Ann Pendleton-Jullian - Georgetown University "Upside Down and Inside Out: The Future of the University as a Design Problem" - http://bit.ly/1afC5Rj
  • Dr Geoff Mitchell – QUT - "Evolving Learning Space Designs: QUT’s journey through space and time" http://bit.ly/15qdiZ8
  • Dr Ella Henry - AUT University - "Te Whare Ako: architecture speaks to the mind, heart and spirit" http://bit.ly/1aRIAtM
  • Dr Peter Coolbear (Ako Aotearoa) and Tilly Hinton (OLT) -  "Evaluating the impact of tertiary education research projects"  http://bit.ly/16snuPv
  • Professor Shelda Debowski (HERDSA President – outgoing address) -  http://bit.ly/141RVjT 
Original message received from Dr Stanley Frielick, HERDSA 2013 Conference Convenor and republished here by NATA.

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