Students stream presentations


Click on the title to download a PDF file of presentations delivered in the Students stream on Friday 1 December at the 2017 TEQSA Conference and Higher Education Quality Forum.
(Listed in order of presentation on the day) 

Innovations in student learning in the creative and performing arts 
Professor Prem Ramburuth, Professor of International Business, University of New South Wales
Dr Melissa Laird, Executive Director Learning & Teaching, National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)

Private higher education providers: Push and pull factors 
Professor Chris Auld, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, International College of Management Sydney

Impact evaluation of learning and teaching projects at the University of the Sunshine Coast 
Dionne Amato Ali, Academic Developer (Promoting Excellence) Centre for Support and Advancement of Learning and Teaching, University of the Sunshine Coast

WIL enhancing graduate capabilities and career opportunities 
Associate Professor Jennifer Rowe, University of the Sunshine Coast

What do students learn from experiences of academic failure? 
Dr Rola Ajjawi, Senior Research Fellow (CRADLE) , Deakin University

Recommendations for institutional action to improve PG student experience 
Associate Professor Linda Crane, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University

Students as co-creators of course content: Engaging or endangering? 
Sharon Hedbon, Course Leader, Holmesglen Institute; Julianne Hearn, Lecturer, Holmesglen Institute

Australia’s first hands-on online engineering master degree 
Dr Steve Mackay, Dean, Engineering Institute of Technology; Caroline Patterson, Accreditation and Compliance Manager, Engineering Institute of Technology 

First-in-family learners and higher education success 
Associate Professor Sarah O'Shea, University of Wollongong

Australian university students’ intention to undertake online learning on completing a blended course 
Dr Linda Zhu, Senior Case Manager, TEQSA

Students as active partners in evaluating learning and teaching quality 
Kylie Readman, Director, Centre for Support and Advancement of Learning and Teaching, University of the Sunshine Coast 

Understanding how students develop their skills for employability 
Gesa Ruge, Assistant Professor, University of Canberra
Associate Professor Coralie McCormack, Adjunct Professor, Teaching and Learning, University of Canberra

Factors associated with academic performance in sub-degree programs 
Professor A S M Sajeev, Academic Director, Melbourne Institute of Technology

Over 100 years old – Barriers to implementing student-centred learning
Sharon Altena, Learning Designer, Queensland University of Technology

Resilience in higher education: Lessons and learnings 
Dr Noelene Weatherby-Fell, Head of Students, University of Wollongong

Navigating unknowns: Empowering international student transitions 
Michelle Fox, Lecturer, Academic Development Learning and Teaching Unit | Chancellery, Queensland University of Technology 

Engaging students as partners in curriculum development 
Samantha Edwards, Lecturer in Nursing and Midwifery, University of the Sunshine Coast

Collaborative learning in an assessment context 
Dr Mo Kader, Managing Director, Consultica Worldwide Management Consultants

Student’s experience of the Inherent requirements Tool 
Amanda Johnson, State Head, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine (NSW & ACT), Australian Catholic University