Presenting at the 2022 ASCILITE Conference, 4-7 Dec, Sydney

Presenting at the 2022 ASCILITE Conference, 4-7 Dec, Sydney

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Hear from the convener about how ASCILITE conferences work and what you can get out of it. Also hear experiences from a 1st time presenter.

About this event

This interactive workshop is for staff thinking about presenting at the 2022 ASCILITE Conference, 4-7 December 2022, University of Sydney.

ASCILITE conferences provide an ideal forum for you to establish contacts with teaching technology innovators in other higher education institutions, keep abreast of the latest developments in learning technologies, as well as showcase La Trobe initiatives. ASCILITE conference papers are peer-reviewed and can be in one of three formats: full paper, concise paper, or poster. ASCILITE conferences are a great focal point to aim towards to get that SoLT project finished, submit your work for peer review, and disseminate your findings.

ASCILITE stands for Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. La Trobe has diamond institutional membership, which means free membership for you!

At this workshop you will hear from Danny Liu, University of Sydney, Convener of the 2020 Conference, about how the ASCILITE conference works and what you can get out of it. You will also hear from Prue Atkins (Social Work), a first-time ASCILITE presenter in 2021, about her experience successfully submitting and presenting her paper.

There will be plenty of time for questions and answers from other La Trobe staff who have presented at past ASCILITE conferences.

The call for papers for ASCILITE 2020 opens soon, and closes 2 July 2022, so no excuses!

At the conclusion of this session you should be able to:

  • Attack your SoLT research project with renewed vigour
  • Decide which ASCILITE presentation format suits you best
  • Submit a paper with a high chance of being accepted.



  • Please note this session is only available for La Trobe University staff members.
  • This session may be recorded for promotion and/or quality assurance purposes. Recorded sessions will be made available on the Education Services intranet page