2014 ELFSC Research
2014 was a successful year for ELFSC Research. Overall, at the end of 2014, there were:
- 19 peer reviewed publications (accepted, in-press or published)
- 11 peer reviewed conference papers (published or in-press)
- 28 conference presentations given by ELFSC staff or affiliates at National and International conferences.
One book chapter was also published and a number of books were in production due for completion in 2015.
During the year, Cathy Burgess, Barry Hodges, Rosalie Bunn and Josephine May undertook Special Studies Programs and Joyleen Christensen undertook an Academic Travel Grant funded by the Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education (CEEHE).
A number of grant applications were funded including two projects funded by the CEEHE and another project was funded by the Association of Academic Language and Learning.
Congratulations to everyone involved in making ELFSC research so successful in 2014.
NAEEA 2015 Conference
The National Association of Enabling Educators of Australia 2015 Conference will be occurring on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th November 2015 at the Parramatta Campus of the University of Western Sydney. The theme this year is Success and Opportunity in Challenging Times. Conference sub-themes include:
- Literacy and Numeracy Support Models
- Models of Access and Equity
- Opportunity and Achievements in Enabling Education
- Flexibility in Teaching and Learning
- Widening Participation: International Trends
Further details can be found at Enabling Educators