ISANA / ANZSSA Conference 2017 – Call for Abstracts Open

ISANA / ANZSSA Conference 2017 – Call for Abstracts Open

 

Following on from the success of the 2014 combined ISANA/ANZSSA conference, the 2017 Conference will be jointly organised by ANZSSA and ISANA on the beautiful Gold Coast, Queensland,  famed for its stunning endless beaches, restaurants and natural beauty. 

The theme for the conference is ‘Widening Perspectives of Student Success’.

The conference will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall student success, both within and outside the classroom. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, social activities and lots of networking opportunities. Delegates will be able to share successful strategies, engage with key stakeholders and develop important partnerships.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Gold Coast in December 2017.

Abstract Submissions – NOW OPEN

On behalf of the Program Committee, we invite you to submit an abstract for presentation at combined ISANA/ANZSSA conference.

All submissions will undergo a peer review process by the Program Committee. The Program Committee will allocate accepted submissions to the program, taking into account the quality of each abstract, the balance of the program and the relevance to the overall conference theme: Widening Perspectives of Student Success.

This conference seeks to explore evidence based practice in international education services by looking at the following sub themes;
  • Connectivity
  • Enables
  • Communication and information

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#ISANAconf16 From Sahil, Student Bursary Winner.

#ISANAconf16 From Sahil, Student Bursary Winner.

“It’s what you choose to believe that makes you the person you are”
It was a privilege to be able to attend ISANA: International Education Association Conference in #wellington #newzealand #2016 as a Victorian State Student Representative #studentbursury .
I never thought that one day I will be going overseas to speak in for what I believe is right for students and represent Student voices .
A few caring people can change the world and #isana is an organisation filled with those few people who are willing to change and help the students #students need to do is to speak up in what they believe to speak up for what they feel is wrong #speakup #studentvoices

“Speak Up , Be Heard”

Congratulations to Dr Paula Durance (Dunstan)!

Congratulations to National Council member Dr Paula Durance (Dunstan) whose PhD was awarded on 21 December 2016.

Dr Durance was supervised by Professor Bob Lingard and Associate Professor Gloria Dall’alba at the University of Queensland and her thesis was entitled, ‘Bringing the World to Melbourne: Transnationalism, Agency and Contributions of International Students to Making a City, 2000-2010’.

On behalf of all members we congratulate Paula on her achievement and her contribution to International Education in Australia.

We would love to hear any news that you have to share. Email us @ communications@isana.org.au

 

New website – NSW Sexual Health Info Link

https://www.shil.nsw.gov.au/Homepage.aspx

The new SHIL website…. It’s now LIVE! www.shil.nsw.gov.au

It now provides information about SHIL as well as links to:

A statewide service providing sexual health information and support for the general public and health professionals.

www.playsafe.health.nsw.gov.au

 

Position Available – Student Adviser

A position has become available for a Student Adviser, Student Life, UNSW Global Education, UNSW Global. This is a full-time, ongoing position. (details below)

Applications should be submitted to hr@unswglobal.unsw.edu.au by Sunday 14 August quoting reference number 267.

For a copy of the position description and selection criteria, please visit the UNSW Global website https://unswglobal.unsw.edu.au/jobs/

Professional Development -ESOS ACT and National Code Updates

Sydney

August 11th, 2pm.

This workshop will take participants through the existing standards, including the recent changes to legislation and discuss the upcoming process and consultations as part of the review. A perfect opportunity to ask the questions you have had difficulty in finding answers to!

Are you aware as a CRICOS provider that you must train your staff in ESOS and National Code requirements?

Are you confident you understand the legislation well enough to train others?

Do you know where to go to find correct answers?

Areas Covered

Current standards under the Code PRISMS

The interface of ESOS with visa and migration legislation Overview of the process and consultations for change

Presented by the Policy and Systems Branch, International Group, Australia Government Department of Education and Training

Reserve your place now!

ISANA Conference Update

ISANA Conference Update

The theme for the 2016 conference is Evidence Based Practice in International Education Services.
This conference seeks to explore evidence based practice in international education services by looking at the following;
  • Improved methodologies and ways for Practitioners to get student feedback.
  • Improved methodologies and ways for Practitioners to monitor outcomes and evaluate impacts of their programs.
  • Designing policies and practice based on collected evidence from the coal face.
  • Case studies in holistic approaches to using evidence to improve systems of support (including the use of learning management systems and student records).
  • The use of learning analytics in understanding the needs of students.
  • Evidence based practice can be applied to all areas of international education services.

Click here for more information on the conference! 

See Our Guest Speaker bios here. ISANA 2016 Guest Speakers

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ABN: 42 335 124 078

 

ISANA Secretariat

 

Email: isana@isana.org.au

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