Conferences are a critical space for networking, and provide important avenues for peer review and interim feedback on your research. As you consider submitting your work to conferences, keep in mind wider faculty and QUT research policies on desirable spaces for dissemination. In our current research quality climate, many staff are opting to use the feedback on their conference presentations to develop publications for prestigious journals in their field. Guidance on scholarly publishing and impact can be accessed from the Digital Workplace.
Conference Alerts: Academic Conferences Worldwide links to upcoming conferences, constantly updated.
ACUR - the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research is held each year in different universities on an ongoing basis.
Higher Education Academy Annual Conference (UK) The HEA provides value to the higher education sector by focusing attention on the contribution of teaching to the wider student learning experience through accreditation of the good standing and teaching professionalism of individuals and through recognition of institutional commitment to the professional development of their teaching staff.
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