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November 2013

The OECD Education Today blog has a new article by deputy director Andreas Schleicher entitled "What teachers know and how that compares with college graduates around the world".

Given some of the wilder comments about Australian teachers' maths and literacy skills, Schleicher's article, and the graph, give food for thought.


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The year is starting to come to an end and so does our weekly CoCo Seminar series 2013 and our CoCo Students Doctoral Colloquia. We would like to say thank you to presenters, convenors, and everyone who joined us, either face to face or online. We will restart our events in semester 1 2014 (early March). In the meantime here is a visualization that contains all the titles of CoCo seminars and CoCo Students Doctoral Colloquia during 2013. Guess what the most common word is!

To know more about our CoCo seminars or review our Past Seminar Archive please visit the following pages:

The STL network would like to offer our congratulations to the following students on their graduation:

Karen Margaret Scott
Thesis: Change in university teachers’ elearning beliefs and practices

Mary-Helen Ward
Thesis: Living in Liminal Space: The PhD as accidental pedagogy

Thomas Finlay Whiston Kerr

Pamela Raquel Branas
Alison Margaret Marshall
Erin Catherine Redfern
Christina Wilkinson
Zhe Hong
Kanae Miyajima
Harry Thandiza Mwanza
Judith Oa Nukuitu


Last Thursday the 6th annual Research Fest was held, hosted by the Sciences and Technologies of Learning Research network. Highlights of the event included a thought provoking keynote from Bob Kummerfeld, 9 interactive sessions that touched on a variety of topics such as positive computing, learning analytics, virtual worlds, architectures of productive learning networks, and over 40 engaging poster presentations from UNSW, UTS, Macquarie University, The Garvan Institute, Avondale College of Higher Education, and Sydney University.



Congratulations to Peter Reimann (CoCo Research Centre, University of Sydney, Australia) and Elena Barbera (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain) who have a new book coming out on the role of time in higher education. This book examines the role of time in teaching and learning across different areas including institutional, pedagogical, management and technological perspectives. It’s called ‘Assessment and Evaluation of Time Factors in Online Teaching and Learning’. You can order a copy here

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