"Closing the Loop: implications for practice"
Thursday 25th & Friday 26th November 2010
Lincoln University is pleased to announce the eighth Evaluation Forum to be held at Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand from 25-26 November 2010. The forum has the overall theme " Closing the Loop: implications for practice".
The Evaluation Forum provides an opportunity for academics, administrators, managers and practitioners from domestic and international institutions to gather and share knowledge and understanding in the niche discipline area of evaluation in higher education. The Forum is an annual event that promotes scholarship in higher education evaluation.
The Forum presents an ideal opportunity for networking across the higher education sector – government and private providers alike – underpinned by shared interests of quality in teaching and learning in a changing environment.
Who will attend?
Delegates will include university, polytech and PTE staff, academics and other tertiary professionals involved in evaluation of learning and teaching. Representatives of both the public and private sectors are expected to attend along with international colleagues from Australia and Asia.
The format of the forum on the Thursday and Friday will include registration, official opening, keynote speaker and paper presentations by delegates addressing the conference theme. The day will be broken up with morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea, which will allow for delegates to come together and network.
The venue will be at Lincoln University which provides the space capacity and equipment required for this event.
All on-campus components (welcome function, conference presentations, tea and lunch breaks) will be held in the Stewart Building (see map).
Please refer to the programme for more details of events and times.
A welcome function will be held on the evening of Wednesday 24 November to provide a unique opportunity for delegates to network. The Forum dinner will be held on the evening of Thursday 25 November at 7.00 pm at Rossendale winery. Transport will be provided to and from the dinner.
Accommodation is available on campus at $63 per night and includes breakfast. Alternatively delegates can organise their own accommodation.
The Registration Fees are:
$300 Early Bird Rate (closed)
$350 Full Rate
$150 Daily Rate
Download the registration form (PDF 2 MB), print it out, fill it in and fax or email a scanned copy back to us.
|Event or Activiy
|Call for papers
|Early Bird registration open
|Submission deadline for papers and workshops
|Notification of papers accepted for presentation and workshops
|Early Bird registration close
|Late registration applies
||1 October-19 November|
||25 -26 November|
Want more information?
Please direct enquiries to:
Dr John Boereboom
Phone: +64 3 321 8957
Dr John Boerebomm
Teaching and Learning Adviser
Teaching and Learning Services
PO Box 85084