Ascilite 2020 First Virtual Conference

ASCILITE 2020 will run virtually. It will be held, online, on Monday 30 November and Tuesday 1 December 2020.

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Welcome to ASCILITE 2020

The ASCILITE 2020 conference will be held virtually from the University of New England in Armidale, NSW. It will be a reduced format running over two days on 30 November and 1 December 2020. Conference related information will be added to the conference website as it becomes available, beginning with key dates related to submissions, registrations and other important activities.

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Submission and review process

Looking for information about the submission or review process for the 2020 conference? Find all the information on the submission and review process page.

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Shane-Dawson

Keynote Speaker

Shane Dawson

Professor Shane Dawson is the Executive Dean of Education Futures and Co-Director of the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) at the University of South Australia. Shane’s research focuses on the application of learning analytics to inform learning design, educational technologies and overall teaching and learning quality. He has published widely on topics from creative capacity to social network analysis and more recently, on the application of complexity models in learning analytics.

His current research interests relate to complex systems and academic leadership to aid adoption and application of learning analytics at scale. With the support of many talented colleagues, Shane has been involved in the development of numerous open source software including the Online Video Annotations for Learning (OVAL) tool, OnTask (a personalised learner feedback tool), and SNAPP, a social network visualization tool designed for teaching staff to better understand, identify and evaluate student learning, engagement, academic performance and creative capacity.