Agenda and other details
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This workshop brings together twenty key people interested in discussing and sharing their expertise. It is designed to increase networks and bring people together to share practice and process. Basically, how – and why – do you do the things you do?
The key theme for the 2017 workshop is building communities.
- Creating and sustaining research communities.
- The manifestations and actions of #circleofniceness.
- Practical insights into developing collaborations.
Program for 2017
|09:40 am||Circle of niceness||Tseen Khoo||We have lots of breakout space, so take some time to kick back, continue that fascinating discussion or just escape from the madding crowd.|
|10:20 am||Morning tea: 20 minutes|
|10:40 am||Building communities||Nigel Palmer|
|11:20 am||Collaborations in research||Narelle Lemon|
|12:00 pm||Lunch: 1 hour|
|01:00 pm||Industry partners||Jason Downs|
|01:40 pm||Crowdfunding||Jonathan O’Donnell|
|02:20 pm||Caring for ourselves||Rosey Chang|
|03:00 pm||Afternoon tea: 30 minutes|
|03:30 pm||Leadership||Denise Meredyth|
|04:10 pm||What next?||Jonathan O’Donnell|
|04:35 pm||Wrap up|
Tseen Khoo, Co-convener
Tseen has written on research funding issues, early career researcher experiences, alternative academic streams, and racial diversity issues in Australia. Since its creation in 2006, she has been the convenor of the Asian Australian Studies Research Network (AASRN).
Narelle Lemon, Co-convener
- Founder, Chat with Rellypops.
- Founder #MuseumEdOz.
- Founder #exploreandcreatestories.
- Associate Professor in Education (Professional Experience) at Swinburne University of Technology.
Narelle focuses on engagement and participation in the areas of teacher and learner capacity building and cultural organisations in galleries, museums and other alternative education settings; social media for professional development including Twitter, Pinterest, blogging and Instagram; and working in academia.
Kylie researches the intersections between people and technology and society as a cultural geographer/ethnographer. She has an interest in how these connections manifest to produce new knowledge about communication and cultural practices. Her interests include digital and material cultures of art and design; cultural institutions, their audiences and social media; cultures of making; identity; creativity; cultural theory and theories of value.
Inger has been specialising in the study of research education and research student support since 2005. Prior to this she lectured in architecture in various universities and worked in architecture offices for around a decade. Her main areas of research interest are doctoral education theory and practice, research practice and policy, design teaching and online education.
Jonathan specialises in finding funding for interesting people. At RMIT he works with artists, designers, educators, architects, fashion designers, writers, poets, media scholars, social scientists and humanities researchers. He is currently researching the use of crowdfunding to finance university research.
Eva Alisic, Accident Research Centre, Monash University.
Claire Beale, School of Fashion and Textiles, RMIT University.
Tim Cahill, Policy, Programs & Evaluations, KPMG.
Rosemary Chang, Scholarship of Learning and Teaching, RMIT University.
- Rosemary on LinkedIn | Rosemary on Twitter (@RoseyChang) | Rosie’s site | ORCID: 0000-0002-6426-4836.
Joanne Cys, Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia.
Kristy Davidson, Monash Art Design & Architecture, Monash University.
Jason Downs, School of Management, RMIT University.
Natasha Dwyer, College of Arts & Education, Victoria University.
Katherine Firth, Research, Education and Development (RED) team, La Trobe University.
- Katherine on LinkedIn | Katherine on Twitter (@katrinafee) | Katherine’s blog | ORCID: 0000-0002-7599-8093.
Kate Highfield, Department of Education, Swinburne University.
Sharon McDonough, Faculty of Education and Arts, Federation University.
- Sharon on Twitter (@sharon_mcd).
Denise Meredyth, Education, Arts and Social Sciences, University of South Australia.
Nigel Palmer, Neoliberal Subject, Australian National University & RMIT University.
Stuart Palmer, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Built Environment, Deakin University.