[csaa-forum] Academic Integrity Modules Symposium: Engaging Designs Registration open now

Julianne East j.east at latrobe.edu.au
Sun Nov 16 17:17:32 ACST 2014

Dear All
You are invited to register for the 'Academic Integrity Modules Symposium: Engaging Designs'

The value of play in learning has long been recognised, but often missing in online learning programs. Advocates for the gamification of learning rejoice in the capacity of game-playing to engage learners. Using the topic of developing Academic Integrity Modules, this symposium brings together practitioners and experts in the development of learning designs and the gamification of learning.

Date: Monday 8th December 2014, 9am-5pm
Venue: La Trobe University, Melbourne City campus
Registration: Free but limited places

For more information and to register, go to

This symposium is sponsored by
La Trobe University<http://www.latrobe.edu.au/>, The Asia Pacific Forum on Academic Integrity<http://apfei.edu.au/> (APFEI) and Turnitin - ALDIS

Presenters include:

Keynote Bron Stuckey:
Bron Stuckey is a consultant educational technologist and community of practice coach, developer and researcher. She consults to educational organisations and institutions such as the Indiana University's Quest Atlantis program, coaches in a number of online educational programs and researches issues of virtual worlds, games in learning and how we can cultivate identity, agency, leadership, and community for students and teachers in these environments.

Steve Johnson:
Steve Johnson is a Lecturer at Murdoch University's Centre for University Teaching and Learning. He is particularly interested in the development of teaching and learning environments to promote academic literacy and written communication in higher education, including the design of online academic integrity modules.

James Tutton:
James Tutton is a veteran game producer with a decade's experience producing big budget Xbox and Playstation titles and doing sound tracks for feature films. More recently he has been producing on line training and digital/mobile app's for training and managing staff. He has a special interest in helping people find simple ways to apply the "principles" of gamification to almost anything.
Travis Smith:
Travis Smith works with Microsoft to collaborate with educators around Australia and beyond in the use of technology for powerful learning. Travis has presented at conferences worldwide on the effective use of technology in the classroom as well as co-facilitated events such as the Worldwide Microsoft Partners in Learning Forum in Washington DC and Prague for teachers and leaders from over 70 countries. He has a particular interest in the use of technology in teaching and learning, strategic planning and implementing 1-to-1 technology programs.


Associate Professor Julianne East
Student Learning |Associate Director La Trobe Learning and Teaching
La Trobe University | Victoria 3086 | www.latrobe.edu.au/students/learning<http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/learning>
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