19 - 21 October, 2016 | Hilton Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Media Partners


Media Partners

Higher Ed IQ

Website: http://higherediq.wordpress.com/

Higher Ed IQ is an information and content sharing platform, exploring all issues facing the higher education sector in Australia.

Acting as the umbrella for a portfolio of higher education events across the country, we aim to inform, inspire and drive innovation within the industry.

eLearning Industry

Website: www.elearningindustry.com


National Tertiary Education Union

Website: http://www.nteu.org.au

The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) was formed in1993 to represent academic and general staff in higher education, TAFE andadult education in Australia. Today we proudly represent some 28,000 workersacross these sectors. As an ‘industry union’ NTEU represents all employees inacademic and general/professional classifications ranging from professors toaccountants to gardeners. No other organisation in Australia is able to speakwith a unified voice in support of tertiary education and allied institutionsand the unique and vital public interests they serve.


NTEU is one of the most democratically structured unions inAustralia: every two years, at each university, members elect a BranchCommittee to govern the affairs of the Branch and to represent members at alocal, State and National levels. NTEU employs over 100 specialist andindustrial staff to negotiate and protect members’ rights and entitlements, aswell as specialist research, campaign and communications staff. We maintainregular dialogue with government and industry peak bodies and are notaffiliated to any political party. Our primary public policy objective is topromote the work and value of universities and their staff.  


ASCILITE

Website: www.ascilite.org

ASCILITE is Australasia’s leading networked community, fostering research, innovation and evidence-based practice in the effective use of educational technologies for learning and teaching in the tertiary sector.   It offers its members a wide range of services including a well-established mentoring scheme, a professional accreditation program, regular webinars, several Special Interest Groups, a vibrant annual conference and its esteemed journal – the Australasian Journal of Educational Technologies, ranked 9th by Google in educational technology journals.

ASCILITE’s individual and institutional memberships comprise professionals and academics working in fields associated with enhancing learning and teaching through the pedagogical use of technologies.  It includes practitioners, researchers and teacher educators, learning designers, web and media developers, IT Directors and senior managers responsible for institutional strategies and budgets that encompass the pedagogical use of technologies.