EAC2006 – final submission reminder

A final submission reminder for the ATN Evaluations and Assessment
Conference 2006 “Enhancing Student Learning”.

Thursday 30 November – Friday 1 December 2006
http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/eac2006/
Curtin University of Technology
Perth, Australia

The Conference program is filling fast so if you are planning to submit
a presentation abstract or a paper don’t forget that the deadline is 15
August 2006. Please visit our website
http://lsn.curtin.edu.au/eac2006/contribute.html to view the submission
guidelines.

Early Bird Registration is now open and offers a very affordable
opportunity to be involved in an absorbing two-day program with three
wonderful keynote speakers:

Professor Sally Brown, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Higher
Education Diversity in Learning and Teaching at Leeds Metropolitan
University, with responsibility for Assessment, Learning and Teaching
strategy and policy and cultural partnerships.

Professor Richard James, Director of the Centre for the Study of Higher
Education at the University of Melbourne and Associate Dean of the
School of Graduate Studies. His research program involves both
theoretical and practical investigations into contemporary higher
education issues.

Professor Phil Race, ALT (Assessment, Learning and Teaching) Visiting
Professor, Leeds Metropolitan University. Research interests include the
design of assessment instruments and processes and the role of
assessment and feedback in playing a positive and motivating role in
student learning.

We look forward to seeing you in Perth in November 2006.
 
Bruce Shortland-Jones
Conference Chair
Director – Learning Support Network
Curtin University of Technology

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