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【轉知】2022年11月30日(三)~12月2日(五) 澳洲校務研究協會/AAIR Annual Forum 2022 (Sydney, Australia and online)

2022 AAIR Annual Forum

30 November to 2 December 2022

Sydney, Australia and online


The AAIR Annual Forum is a platform for institutional research professionals to come together, learn, network, and exchange ideas. Our Forum kicks off with half day special interest group workshops, followed by two days of keynotes, plenaries, and parallel sessions. We invite you to explore our forum webpage and program and see if there is something of interest to you.


The Australasian Association for Institutional Research will be hosting its Annual Forum as a hybrid event this year.


Theme: Is it clear AAIR ahead?


We have presenters from universities in Australia and New Zealand, as well as from Japan and USA. Australian Government officials will be presenting during some of the special interest groups (SIGs) on 30 November. We have 5 SIGs, and each will be offering sessions. Our SIGs are:

 ◆ Load management and planning

 ◆ Government reporting

 ◆ Surveys and evaluation

 ◆ Business intelligence and analytics

 ◆ Academic research institutional analytics


Some examples of our parallel sessions include:

 ◆ Measuring university policy influence on research

 ◆ What do students think is worth saying in their end-of-unit surveys in 2021/22?

 ◆ A new era for data and analytics in higher education

 ◆ Removing barriers and transforming access to tertiary education: The Schools

  Recommendation Program in Tasmania

 ◆ Is the COVID-19 cloud over yet? Insights from the impact of COVID-19

  on student experience in the Australian HE Sector

 ◆ Towards an Inclusive Analytics Throughout the University: Protecting Equity

  Interests Through Data Ethics, Governance and Algorithmic Auditing


The rest of the program is action packed program this year, and there is sure to be something for everyone.


For more information about our program, speakers and the AAIR Forum, please visit our AAIR Forum webpage.


To register: Register here





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