Share your work or ideas with peers – pitch your online mode presentation or lightning talk now!
The CAUL EMC Conference aims to bring together industry experts and sharing of evidence based practice, projects and innovations shaping our academic library work within tertiary education. This means your voice and your experiences are a core part to the success of this Conference.
We want to know about the work you and your Library does! The CAUL Enabling the Modern Curriculum (EMC) Project is now inviting submissions for its inaugural Conference in September. Put forward a submission to be part of this hybrid event’s online offering (Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 September).
When are submissions due?
Submissions officially open today Friday 29 April! You have until Friday 27 May to get your submission in.
What does a submission involve?
It’s a short, sweet and not onerous format. There are two submission types to pitch for:
- Online Presentation (20 mins + 5 mins question time)
- Online Lightning Talk (7 mins + potential question time)
The submissions need to reflect and engage with the following themes:
- Open Resources to Enable the Curriculum
- Evolving our Digital Practices
- Bending and Blending in Learning and Teaching
- Partnering to Enable a Modern Curriculum
Themes are explained in more detail on the Call for submissions webpage.
What’s the submission process?
The submission process is simple. The Call for Submission webpage details information needed and links through to the submission portal.
Where to find out more?
To check out the conference details or to make a submission visit the CAUL EMC website
This post was written by Lindsey Fratus (University of Newcastle Library), Liz Walkley Hall (Flinders University Library), Arlene O’Sullivan (La Trobe University) and Kat Cain (Deakin University Library). All four writers are part of the CAUL EMC Conference project.