Registrations have now closed and we are looking forward to welcoming over 530 delegates to the University of Sydney and online for the largest hybrid ASCILITE conference in history.
Registered delegates can access the conference sessions and resources below.
Engage with all the sessions, sponsors, conference game, and more through Attendee Hub. Q&A, chat, Zoom, and other interactivity are all found there.
The official program is available for download. Note that all times are in Sydney time, Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT), UTC+11.
If you need help getting around ASCILITE 2022, we’ve prepared some handy guides.
Speakers can update their profiles and upload resources for their sessions in the Speaker Resource Centre.
Wrapping up in true #ascilite22 style with a hybrid final session. https://t.co/7mWstwWQIARead More
Time for the Closing Ceremony and conference awards @dannydotliu @85Eszter #ascilite22 https://t.co/XA4lMzpZuURead More
Thanks to everyone for tweeting along with us at #ascilite22! A cheeky mod reveal here - your tweeting team of @sampoulos @alix_thoeming and @sareetaz! It’s been our absolute pleasure to spend the l...Read More
The big panel “Developing a campus of the future which will reconnect the best of the old and the new” in full swing #ascilite22 https://t.co/KZT0O9ImYZRead More
PhD candidate Anupam Makhija zooming in to present “Designing a feedback framework to reconnect students with learning in a game-based learning environment” Sounds like a great project! #ascilite2...Read More
Julie Luu @jluu111 presenting “Educational Designer social influence: changing teaching and learning practice” Great to hear this work on how EDs can influence academics in changing T&L prac...Read More
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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Country on which The University of Sydney stands: the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future — those who have cared for and will continue to care for Country. Our educational practices are part of this rich and enduring legacy.
We will be following NSW Government and University of Sydney guidelines to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Be aware of and adhere to NSW Health guidance if you have been exposed to COVID-19.
As recommended by NSW Health, the University continues to support individuals who choose to wear masks on campus, especially while they are indoors and where physical distancing is not possible.
Do not enter the University if you are feeling unwell with any COVID-19 symptoms. Registered delegates are most welcome to join the conference online from anywhere.