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2019 THETA Program

Presentations from THETA 2019 are being progressively uploaded in the coming weeks.

THETA 2019 — The Tipping Point

Held in Wollongong from 19-22 May 2019 with over 700 attendees. 

LISTEN:  Audio recordings (and video where available) is accessible by clicking on the ‘Slides + Audio’ icon underneath each session.  You can also search using the presenters name in the search button at the top of the page.

Sunday, 19 May 2019                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

1300-1600

Registrations open, Novotel

1700-1900

THETA Welcome Reception, Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong.

Catering by Caveau / Entertainment by Hot Potato Band

Shuttle bus service available to/from conference accommodation

 

Monday, 20 May 2019

0800-0830

Registration & Exhibition Floor open.  Coffee carts are open!

0830-0900

THETA 2019 Opening Ceremonies:

  • Welcome to Country
  • Welcome to UOW, Professor Paul Wellings, University of Wollongong Vice-Chancellor
  • Welcome to THETA 2019, Fiona Rankin, THETA Conference Chair and UOW IMTS Director

0900-0950

Keynote: Genevieve Bell

Distinguished Professor at the Australian National University, Director of the 3A Institute, and Senior Fellow at Intel

Presentation title: Managing the machines

0950-1020

Keynote: Michael Sughrue

Neurosurgeon; Research Director, Charlie Teo Foundation

Presentation title: The Oncoming Brain Revolution: How we plan to kick the door in

1020-1030

President address - CAUDIT

1030-1100

Morning tea

1100-1240

Streams: Long presentations

Student Centric Lifecycle & Experience

Chair: Martina Linnemann

Experiential Learning

Chair: Courtney Shalavin

The Smart Campus – Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: Maarten de Laat

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Andrea Phillips

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Kristy Newton

1100-1125:

 

55 - Creating a Connected Student and Staff Experience using Dell Boomi

Ms Nicole Fishers

Flinders University

 

116 - How Machine Learning and AI are transforming higher education

Mr Glenn Messenger

Google

32 - Hey Chatbot, where can I get coffee on campus?

Mr. Michael Mcguinness

Griffith University

 

6 - Future ready research teams: are we there yet?

Mr Malcolm Wolski, Dr Joanna Richardson, Dr. Michelle Krahe

Griffith University

 

61 - Working together to strengthen cybersecurity in university libraries

Sam Searle

Griffith University

 

1125-1150:

 

60 - Using Echo360 quizzing and polling to create student-centric learning experiences in Humanities lectures

Dr Joy Mcentee, Mrs Jessica Viven-Wilksch, Dr Rebecca Vivian

University of Adelaide

71 - Autonomous CARS: transforming a compulsory, introductory unit through adaptive learning technology and interactive case scenarios

Ms Katie Mills, Ms Sarah Cesare, Mr Ferg Roper, Dr Justine Maldon, Ms Stephanie Davenport, Ms Kate McVey, Ms Vanessa Varis

University of Western Australia

7 - Interpretive case-based modelling: Getting beyond the tipping point in unravelling the complexity of innovation adoption in higher education teaching practice

Mrs Irena White, Professor Lindsey Conner

Flinders University

 

11 - Data Storytelling- Creating and Highlighting Research Impact

Mrs Kylie Poulton1, Miss Amanda Miotto1,2

1Griffith University, 2QCIF

 

51 - Everyone’s Dream: A Network with Zero Vulnerabilities but with so many cybersecurity solutions available, where do you even start?

Mr Matt Ashman, Mr Andrew  Brimson

Khipu Networks Limited

1150-1215:

 

63 - Work. Live. Play. Learn: Social media, complexity and learning – the digital stories of social science students in a post-digital world

Dr Peter Bryant

University of Sydney

65 - It moves! - Developing Augmented Reality applications of the Merge Cube across Creative Industries & Health

Dr Ruari Elkington

Queensland University of Technology

24 - A case study of an innovative professional learning platform developed for Educators in Higher Education

Mrs Simone Poulsen, Mrs Megan Duffy, Prof Heidi Blair, Mr Daniel Tedman

Griffith University

14 - Twinsets and toolbelts – Developing Library Data Skills AKA Library Carpentry at Macquarie University Library

Ms Grai Calvey, Ms Fiona Jones, Ms Heather Cooper

Macquarie University

8 - Collaborative Repository for 3D Printable Designs -  The Open Heart Project

Miss Amanda Miotto1,2, Dr Jo  Pauls3,4

1Griffith University, 2QCIF, 3University of Queensland, 4Prince Charles Hospital

 

1215-1240:

81 - Driving student success through the deployment of a mobile engagement platform

Dr Mike Hobbs1, Mr Dan McFadyen2

1Jefferson State Community College, 2Edalex

Next generation Wi-Fi trend and Wi-Fi6 for education industry

Dr Osama Aboul-Magd

Huawei

 

44 - Western One Stop (WOS): Hassle-free Pod recording for academic staff to self-produce video content.

Dr Rachel Bentley, Mr Serryn Fowler

University of Western Sydney

70 - Build and train for a data-intensive future

Mr Paul Wong, Mr Keith Russell

Australian Research Data Commons

 

95 - Connecting, collaborating, reviewing and transforming: designing curriculum into the future

Dr Denise Wood, Mr  Greg  Auhl, Ms Sally  McCarthy

Charles Sturt University

1240-1340

Lunch

1340-1520

Streams: Long presentations

Student Centric Lifecycle & Experience

Chair: Michael Fenton

Experiential Learning

Chair: Leanne Webster

The Smart Campus – Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: Damian Lodge

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Stephen Marshall

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Daniel Dooner

1340-1405

 

67 - Taking the Guesswork out of Computer Lab Management

Mr Jeremy Sedrick

Labstats

84 - ecoEd: integrating digital tools for environmental sciences in undergraduate curriculum

Dr Chantal Huijbers

Griffith University

 

73 - Data Science in Action: An algorithmic approach to process high volume service data and make improvements to IT services by Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning

Mrs. Wen (Bonnie) Hoschke

Western Sydney University

26 - What does it mean to be a ‘knowledgeable, passionate and skilled’ online educator? Teacher Presence as part of the Online Learning Model at CSU

Dr Lindy Croft-Piggin, Mr Ged Bourke, Mr Lachlan Kalache

Charles Sturt University

12 - Dynamic and immersive visualizations of library user research activity using data from EZproxy log files

Mr Peter Green, Dr Pauline Joseph, Ms Amanda Bellenger, Mr Aaron Kent, Mr Matthew Robinson

Curtin University

1405-1430

 

10 - Who controls a Collaborative Learning Space?

Mr Geoff Lambert

Western Sydney University

 

Barrier-free – inclusive and accessible for all

Mark Bailye

Blackboard

77 - 2.482x10⁹: Lessons from a decade of use of learner analytics

Mr Ed Campbell

University of New England

 

58 - Digital connections - UNE roadmap to improved digital literacies in the HDR experience

Ms Eleanor Colla, Mr Thomas Reeson

University of New England

19 - A series of fortunate events: a decade of shared service delivery and a new era of inter-organisational collaboration

Mr Heath Marks

Australian Access Federation

1430-1455

 

92 - Seizing the opportunity for innovation: Developing the international "Visualise Your Thesis" competition

Ms Christina Ward, Ms Ruth McConchie, Dr Julia Kuehns, Mr Wil Villareal, Ms Jennifer Warburton

University of Melbourne

148 - Creating Next Gen Student Experience in Higher Education

David Irecki

Dell Boomi

37 - Using cutting edge digital personalisation and machine learning techniques to enhance the student experience

Mr.  Piero Tintori

TERMINALFOUR

33 - XR in Libraries: Beyond the Hype

Mr David Di Muro, Ms Alicia Rogers

Macquarie University

28 - Visualising Strength of Institutional Collaboration Using Enriched ORCID Data

Elleina Filippi1, Mr  Melroy  Almeida1, Dr Amir Aryani2

1Australian Access Federation, 2Research Graph

1455-1520

15 - Involving students in a world-class Student Management System implementation - why it makes good sense

Ms Karen Davies

Western Sydney University

143 - The Imperative for Change: Why Digital Transformation in Higher Education is a Must, Not a Maybe

Oracle

112 - CompNow - Secure, Automated and Intelligent Ethernet Fabric Networks, with Extreme Networks

Kent Plummer, Devin Akin

CompNow

46 - “Power to the people” – informing a transformational strategic vision for learning environments and library services

Ms Gwenda Thomas, Ms Donna Mcrostie

University of Melbourne

35 - Getting Started on Training

Ms Ingrid Mason, Dr Frankie Stevens

AARNet

1520-1545

Afternoon tea

1545-1715

Experiential Program: Deep Dive Experiences and Campus Research Tours

 

Deep Dive Experiences

Choose an interactive opportunity that takes your skills, knowledge and participation to a deeper level! Today’s program of experiences delivered by:

  • Google: How analytics and machine learning are transforming higher education (Plenary 1)
  • Microsoft: Governance strategies for a cloud first world (Pacific 1/2)
  • Ruckus: How to build a Smart Campus and make it uniquely valuable to your institution (Plenary 2)
  • Huawei: Beyond Just Wi-Fi (Plenary 3)
  • Cisco: Data Driven Transformation and Innovation in Education (Norfolk 1/2)

Campus Research Tours:

Choose to join one of our UOW tours, as we visit:

  • Wollongong Campus:  Early Start and UOW Library
  • Innovation Campus: The Australian Institute for Innovative Materials (AIIM), iAccelerate Centre, and Sustainable Buildings Research Centre.


Tuesday 21 May 2019

 

0800-0845

Registration & Exhibition Floor open.  Coffee carts are open!

0845-0850

Welcome Day 2

0850-0900

President address: ACODE

0900-0950

Keynote: Sheila Fitzpatrick

President & Founder, FitzPatrick & Associates; Global Expert in Data Privacy and Sovereignty Laws

Presentation title: Global Data Protection Laws & the Impact on Australian Universities - Don’t be Caught Offguard

0950-1020

Featured speakers:

Holly Parsons, Birds in Backyards Program Co-Manager

Presentation title: Duck, Duck, Goose: The Waterbirds of Wollongong

Jarrod Hodgson, Ecologist and PhD Candidate (The University of Adelaide)

Presentation title: The #EpicDuckChallenge: drones launch environmental management into a new era

1020-1040

Platinum Sponsor Address: Innovation at Google: a few things we’ve learnt, John Vamvakitis, Director International, Google for Education

1040-1110

Morning tea

1110-1140 Streams: Short presentations

Student Centric Lifecycle & Experience

Chair: Samantha Searle

Experiential Learning

Chair: Blanca Pizzani

The Smart Campus – Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: Edward Campbell

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Nathan Riggir

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Clare Carlson

1110-1118

76 - Mobile Ecosystem - How UON Is Providing a Personalised Experience for Students and Academics

Mr Alex Dare

University of Newcastle

 

87 - Beaker, don’t set the lab on fire!’: A Muppet-based lab preparation game to enhance student preparedness and engagement for laboratory sessions

Mr Yuri Banens, Dr Jennifer Wilson

Griffith University

72 - Virtual Scientific Tour of Environmental Locations

Mr Ghaith Zakaria, Dr Sonia Wilkie

Victoria University

 

88 - Smashing the data storage crystal ball

Mr Gregory Ryan

Griffith University

 

132 - Future Ready Learning Spaces: Broadening the Conversation about Space at Indiana University

Dr Tracey Birdwell

Indiana University

1118-1126

93 - Using business process analytics to leverage insights from student journeys

Prof. Aditya Ghose

University of Wollongong

 

100 - Finding space, redefining space, keeping it simple: Rebuilding teacher agency through experiential professional learning about curriculum design for distance and online courses

Dr Sarah Stein

University of Otago, New Zealand

62 - Developing online modules for teaching students research skills: Formative student focus group outcomes to inform design and content

Dr Yasmine Probst, A/Prof Eleanor Beck, Dr Annabel Clancy, Ms Pheobe Starling, Dr Elizabeth Neale

University of Wollongong

134 - Mapped & Enacted across Curricula: Information Literacy for Future Ready Graduates

Annette Goodwin Susanna Chittick, Kylie Clarkson

Charles Sturt University

30 - Integrating ORCiD with corporate systems using a One Team approach: a case study at the University of South Australia

Mr James Moyon, Miss Cathy Mahar

The University of South Australia

 

1126-1134

13 - Meeting Students Where They Are: Learner-Centering Foreign Language Study with Learner-Generated GIFs and Videos for Innovative Peer Motivation, Feedback and Assessment

Mr. David Hill

Macau Polytechnic Institute

31 - Uni Apps: designed by students to support student success

Miss Miriam Bennett, Miss Kati Elizabeth

Victoria University

3 - Design Principles for Developing Online Interactive Activities

Dr Sonia Wilkie, Mr Ghaith Zakaria

Victoria University

136 - Digital dexterity – a sustainable model for developing skills to meet the new digital reality

 Clare McKenzie

University of Wollongong

36 - Altmetrics: capturing the influence of Australian research and celebrating achievements

Mrs Stephanie Guichard

Digital Science

 

1134-1142

PRACtical UX approaches to increasing quality in learning sites

Kim Vincent, Lynnae Venaruzzo

Western Sydney University

89 - Augmented Reality based Laboratory for Geotechnical Engineering Education

A/Prof Jayan S Vinod, Mr Ross Franks, Mr Joshua Hummel, Mr Daniel Judge, Mr Dhammika Ruberu

University of Wollongong

86 - IT Services Emerging Technologies - Smart Campus & Digital Transformation initiatives

Ms Ann Walters

University of Newcastle

 

45 - Taking it to the people: enhancing staff engagement through human-centred design

Ms Andrea Philips, Ms Kylie Tran

University of Melbourne

42 - Learn by Doing – Building a Design Think culture in 10 weeks or less…

Ms Donna Mcrostie

University of Melbourne

 

1142-1145

Program break

1145-1300

Streams: Long presentations

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Samantha Searle

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Nathan Riggir

The Smart Campus – Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: Edward Campbell

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Blanca Pizzani

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Clare Carlson

1145-1210

146 – Monash Virtual Environment (MoVE) - Beyond the PC Lab (Citrix)

Clifford Ashford

Monash University  

53 - Digital Transformations require an Analog solution…People

Ms Kerrie Campbell

Flinders University

 

Intelligent Automation Supporting Universities

Ms Karen Astley

Appian

102 - What at scale transition to block mode has done for digital literacy

Miss Miriam Bennett, Sam Rickard

Victoria University

48 - Stronger together: shared approaches to e-resource & repository usage reporting for academic libraries

Ms Louise Dick1, Ms Jo Lambert2

1CAVAL, 2Jisc

1210-1235

141 - Cloud based SIS – Built for tomorrow, ready today

Ian Armstrong, Primoz Lazar

Ellucian

99 - Evergreen is the new black: Succeeding in the 0365 ecosystem

Louise Howard, Gabrielle Ingram

Griffith University

47 - Build it and they will come” - facilitating digital dexterity and employability across cohorts

Ms Deborah Jones, Ms Andrea Philips

University of Melbourne

98 - Service Co-Development in the Higher Education Sector

Mr David Wilde

AARNet

49 - Improving Research Support - how the IRIS Program at The University of Auckland enhanced the Research Support ecosystem

Mr Stephen Whiteside

The University of Auckland

1235-1300

133 – Exploration of the Molecules of Life with Virtual Reality

Gareth Denyer

University of Sydney

79 - Electronic Assessment in One Year at Monash

Mr Cliff Ashford

Monash University

 

43 - Griffith University’s place-based data lab

Dr. Tom Verhelst, Ms Linda O'Brien, Mr Malcolm Wolski

Griffith University

127 - Developing the Smart Campus through Intelligent Analytics and Insights

Rohan Saldanha

Cisco

 

59 - Engaging staff with program redesign and blended learning in two large scale institutional projects

Ms Rosemary Borland, Dr Sonia Wilkie, Ms Tania McDonald

Victoria University

1300-1400

Lunch

1400-1515

Streams: Long presentations

Student Centric Lifecycle & Experience

Chair: Lynnae Venaruzzo

Experiential Learning

Chair: Deborah Jones

The Smart Campus – Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: Bronwyn Disseldorp

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Donna McRostie

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Melanie Pittard

1400-1425

23 - Tipping towards success: using technology to engage and ensure enhanced student experiences

Mr Richard German, Mrs Thelma Fisher, Mrs Trish Leishman, Ms  Christy Ballard

University of Otago

57 - Deakin FreelancingHUB: delighting students and clients, the nexus between academia and professional services

Mr Toby Durden

Deakin University

 

69 - Predicting Students Success with Leganto, a proof of concept machine learning project

Mr Peter Green1, Mr Gal Darom2, Mr Tomar Katz2, Mr David Lewis1

1Curtin University, 2Ex Libris

 

25 - Tipping Point? We passed the edge five minutes ago! A report from the front lines of implementing a large scale, high engagement model of online teaching and learning at CSU

Dr Lindy Croft-Piggin, Mrs Michelle Wilkinson, Mr Gerard Bourke

Charles Sturt University

82 - Research Data, Storage and Management - building unity with diversity across the technology, research, the Library and the sector to support the research life-cycle

Mr Jason Nairnsey, Mr Jason Andrade

University of Wollongong

1425-1450

4 - Online Interactive Activities to Avoid Death by Powerpoint

Mr Ghaith Zakaria, Dr Sonia Wilkie

Victoria University

91 - (Bio)Fabricating a shared language of pedagogical design to co-construct a postgraduate online course

Ms Bethany Muscat, Ms Sabine Straver, Dr Janine  Delahunty

University of Wollongong

107 - Develop a multi-cloud strategy to drive efficiencies and accelerate innovation (Nutanix)

Nick Smith

Informed

80 - The Australian Research Data Commons – Transformation, Innovation, Acceleration and Sustainability of the Australian eResearch System

Mr Ian Duncan

Australian Research Data Commons

90 - The ThinkSpace nexus: University Library building cross-disciplinary opportunities for student innovation and experiential learning

Mrs  Kristna Gurney, Mr  Matthew Davis

The University of Sydney

1450-1515

145 - Leveraging data to transform the student experience

Matthew Rudd

Swinburne University of Technology (Amazon Session)

38 - Pushing technology over the learning design threshold 

Ms Megan Saville, Mr Peter Smith

University of NSW

138 - Elevate the Student Experience with Ruckus Smart Campus Solutions

Carl Jefferys

Ruckus Wireless Inc

83 - Don’t Let Perfection Get in the Way of Better

Ms Donna Gallagher, Ms Terina Stokes

Open Universities Australia

97 - Technology Enhanced Learning Spaces: A framework for academic adoption

Dr Ratna SelvaratnamEdith Cowan University

1515-1545

Afternoon tea

1545-1715

Experiential Program: Research tours and Deep Dive experiences.

 

Deep Dive Experiences

Choose an interactive opportunity that takes your skills, knowledge and participation to a deeper level! Today’s program of experiences delivered by:

  • Google: TBC (Plenary 1)
  • Oracle: Tomorrow’s Student Experience, Today – What are the pillars of innovation that are key to university success? (Plenary 3)
  • Appian: Low-Code Blockchain Enterprise Applications (Norfolk 1/2)
  • Dropbox: Facilitating Collaboration (Pacific 1/2)
  • NetApp: Future Ready and the New Reality (Plenary 2)

Campus Research Tours:

Choose to join one of our UOW tours, as we visit:

  • Wollongong Campus:  Early Start and UOW Library
  • Innovation Campus: The Australian Institute for Innovative Materials (AIIM), iAccelerate Centre, and Sustainable Buildings Research Centre.

1830-2200

Gala Dinner, Lagoon Restaurant

Wednesday 22 May 2019

 

0800-0900

Registration & Exhibition Floor open

Coffee carts are open!

0900-0910

Welcome Day 3: Fiona Rankin, THETA Conference Chair

0910-0920

Chair address - CAUL

0920-1010

Keynote: Christel Brost

Lecturer, School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University, Sweden

Presentation title: How do we look at Higher Education in the 21st century? Do we need it?

1010-1040

Featured speaker: Antoine van Oijen

Distinguished Professor, ARC Laureate Fellow, School of Chemistry, Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute, University of Wollongong

Presentation title: Seeing is believing: visualisation-driven molecular life sciences as an information technology challenge and a teaching opportunity

1040-1110

Morning tea

1110-1200

Streams: Short presentations

Student Centric Lifecycle & Experience

Chair: Fiona Rowan

Experiential Learning

Chair: Michael Fenton

The Smart Campus - Digital transformation and innovation

Chair: James Conroy

Future Ready and the New Reality

Chair: Peter Green

In Unity is Strength

Chair: Margie Jantti

1110-1118

5 - Leading a Student Centric SMS Implementation

Ms Karen Davies

Western Sydney University

 

Turning Learning on its Head: A Review of the Flipped Classroom Strategy

Glenn Mason, Lynnae Venaruzzo

Western Sydney University

The flipped exam

Kylie Day, Melanie Pittard

University of New England

 

9 - A culture changing journey with video conferencing

Mr Geoff Lambert

Western Sydney University

 

20 - Making better use of the “i”s: Innovating with Industry at the Interface

Dr Cynthia Cliff

Queensland University of Technology

 

1118-1126

18 - Just-In-Time Learning: from Prototype to Product

Ms Peta Humphreys, Dr Linda Stern

University of Melbourne

56 - Journey to the New Frontier: Staff experience in a professional development program for digital dexterity

Ms Renée Grant, Ms Courtney Shalavin

University of Wollongong

 

131 - Dimensions the next generation approach to data discovery

Ms Anne Harvey

Digital Science

16 - Peer Learning to Ignite Digital Skills

Mrs Elizabeth Delacretaz

Deakin University

22 - Cross-Faculty community of practice in Technology that Enhances Learning at UOW

Dr Sue Downie, Dr Moira Stephens, Dr Xiaoping Gao, Mr  Kenton  Bell, Dr Simon Bedford, Dr Oriana Price

University of Wollongong

1126-1134

21 - Digital Literacy: Essential to learning

Ms Linda Forbes

Victoria University Melbourne

 

54 - Internationalising the student experience: perspectives from an enabling IT course

Dr Pranit Anand

University of Wollongong

137 - Simplifying Access Convergence – Creating a single network for LAN, WAN, WLAN and IoT

Rich Nedwich

Ruckus Wireless Inc

17 - Does adaption through Innovation drive new business operating models?

Mr Stuart Hildyard

La Trobe University

 

27 - In Unity is Strength - A story of Global Collaboration by edX Partners, celebrating best practice in the MOOC Space.

Mrs Ali Ogilvie

University of Adelaide

1134-1142

29 - Student-centric feedback through rapid analysis of written responses

Dr Catherine Gunn

University of Auckland

64 - Blowing the dust off rare books and special collections

Ms Elizabeth Litting

University of Sydney

 

 

135 - The Critical Role of Campus Technology in Institutional Traveler Safety

Cheryl Boeckman

Terra Dotta

Session information pending

78 - Skin in the Game - Strategic Partnerships in Higher Education – Balancing market contest-ability and strong vendor relationships

Mr Martin Fuljahn

University of Newcastle

1142-1150

Session info Pending

74 - Use of Emerging Tech in Teaching & Learning - Transforming the T&L Experience Through Immersive Technology (A Partnership between IT and the Academic Community at UON

Ms Ann Walters

University of Newcastle

2 - 3D Printed Objects and Learning Activities to Extend Student Learning Opportunities

Mr Ghaith Zakaria, Dr Sonia Wilkie

Victoria University

 

50 - A case study examining online instructor satisfaction

Mr Stafford Lumsden

University of Wollongong

 

68 - Institutional Technology Adoption and Integration: A Holistic Grass Roots Approach to Inform Institutional Transformation

Dr David Bruce Porter, Ms Kristy Newton, Dr Sue Downie, Mr Dave Rigter

University of Wollongong

 

1150-1158

40 - Viewing learning analytics and student experience feedback through a threshold concept lens 

Ms Jennifer Whitfield, Ms Nadia Kempfe

University of NSW

85 - Preparing and monitoring the mind-set for flipped information literacy instruction: a proposed design that integrates Google Analytics

Dr Jing Shen

University of Auckland

2 - 3D Printed Objects and Learning Activities To Extend Student Learning Opportunities

Continued – Extended presentation

41 - The tipping point toward a library experience platform – Being future ready in the new reality

Mr Roger Read

Innovative Interfaces

 

96 - Strategic Focus Groups: an agile response to digital learning innovation projects

Mr Peter Smith, Mr Wolf Villalta

University of NSW

 

1158-1220

Program break

1220-1240

Presentation of prizes

THETA Mascot presentation

Conference close

1240-1315

Lunch

1315

Airport Shuttle service departs