HERDSA 2016: Best paper prize

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Dr Kate Thomson (Faculty of Health Sciences), Dr Jen Scott Curwood (Faculty of Education and Social Work) and Associate Professor Martin Tomitsch (Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Planning) received the Taylor and Francis Prize for the Best Paper by a New Researcher at the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia’s Annual Conference in Fremantle, Western Australia. Their paper is entitled ‘Participatory professional development: Designing a mobile website that links student feedback with best practice teaching resources’ and it is based on their Ask Charlie project funded by the Office for Learning and Teaching. If you’re interested in the project, please contact Kate via [email protected]

Other University of Sydney presentations included:

The shape of things to come: Peer-to-peer videos promoting safety and wellbeing at the University of Sydney
Rebecca Johinke

Shaping access and equity in the doctoral curriculum: questions, observations and provocations
Tai Peseta & colleagues

Students as partners – a way to re-shape higher education pedagogy or neoliberal seduction?
Tai Peseta & Amani Bell

Next year the HERDSA  conference will be in Sydney, so save the date (and save on travel and accomodation fees!) 27-30 June 2017.

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