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9.00am – 9.20am

Acknowledgement of country
9.20am – 10.00amRedefining internationalisation for Australian universities in the new world
Professor Geoff Crisp
University of Canberra

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10.10am – 10.30am

10.30am – 10.50am

Recognising Diversity through Digital Storytelling

Dr Pranit Anand
Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology

‘Kindness’- the key to creating safe pedagogical spaces.

Dr Wajeehah Aayeshah
University of Melbourne
Examining the value of an Australian – Indonesia COIL: unexpected insights
and connections

Dr Beate Mueller – University of Technology Sydney
Harumi Manik Ayu Yamin
Universitas Indonesia, Depok

Propulsion of sustainability through a systematic transformation in higher
education by incorporating sustainability learning outcomes in the general

Aseni Warnakula
Massey University, New Zealand
Academic Integrity Education – The Influence of Educational Design on Student
Performance in On-line Learning

Anneke A Veenstra and Jan M West
Deakin University

Internationalization in the Curriculum as Perceived and Experienced by
International Graduate Students – A Case Study from Canada


Siyin Liang
University of Calgary, Canada
10.50am – 11.30amSino-foreign Cooperative School-running under the New Circumstance in China
Professor Jianli (Amy) Wu
South China Normal University
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11.40am – 12.00pm

12.00pm – 12.20pm
Learning about the scientific method from Karrkanj, the little troublemaker, that spread fire:
Embedding Indigenous Australian knowledge in the science curriculum.

Dr Johanna Nieuwoudt
Southern Cross University

Assessing cultural capability through interactive oral assessment of policing, criminal
justice and law students.


Dr Emma Colvin
An Analysis of the Chat Function in Live-Streamed Lectures: How, When and What?

Jiaqi GAO, Miying GUO & Professor Christopher C. TISDELL
University of NSW

Are your assessments really equitable?

Amita Krautloher, Charles Sturt University

How Australia’s tertiary institutions can
help international students gain a sense
of belonging beyond orientation week?


Elsa         Licumba,  University of Newcastle

Using dialogic interaction as a learning tool in an internationalisation-at-home: Promoting
university students’ intercultural understandings and capacity through talk.

Johanna  Einfalt     University of the Sunshine Coast

Lunch Break
12.50pm – 1.50pmStudent Panel:
Why is Internationalisation of Higher Education Important?

Ms Zhu Tao (University of Melbourne), Mr Byron Lui (University of Wollongong College Hong Kong), Ms Na Li Lina (University of Melbourne), Ms Yoon Sandi Kyaw (James Cook University), Mr Parveen Kumar (Chandigarh University, India)

Facilitator: A/Professor Suzi Syme (Southern Cross University)
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1.50pm – 2.10pm

2.10pm – 2.30pm

Identifying educator cultural


Dr. Sharon Schembri
TAFE Queensland

Embedding the spirit of whanaungatanga, ako, and aroha in
a Global Communication class in Japanese medical school

Yoko Mori
University of Otago, New Zealand
Embedding design thinking in an Entrepreneurship Management course- an Indian Case Study

Kshitija   Pandey

Internationalization of Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities

Pawanjeet Kaur


The benefits of participating in a Students As Partners project: A case study in
a second year Physiology class

Jan West, Darren Ho, Judzea Gatt, Kyler Nunn, Maya Popplewell
Deakin University
Internationalisation of Curriculum: The Need of the Hour

Assistant Professor Divya Nair
SVKM’s Mithibai College of Arts,
Chauhan Institute Of Science
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2.40pm – 3.00pm

3.00pm – 3.20pm

3.20pm – 3.40pm

3.40pm – 4.00pm

Intersectionality and Indigenous Education

Leiann Vicars
Charles Sturt University

Early-career international academics’ learning and teaching experiences during COVID-19 in Australia: A collaborative autoethnography
Jasvir Kaur Nachatar Singh, &
Humayra Ayasha Chowdhury, La Trobe University, Australia

Organizational Learning Processes within International Joint Master’s Degree
Programmes at European Higher Education Institutions

Luca Alexa Erdei
Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Practical, ethical and political dimensions of the internationalisation of a medieval history subject within an Australian university: Reimagining the “rest of the world”.
Tabin Brooks
Charles Sturt University
Combined on-site and tele-education enables rapid development and implementation of a locally led pure tone audiometry service in Cambodia.  
Kelley Graydon & Chris Waterworth
The University of Melbourne

Getting to the CoRe of COIL

Jessica Geraldine Borger
Monash University,

Strategic Framework and Policies for Achievement of SDG4: The Indian Context

Dr. Siran Mukerji & Dr. Anjana
 Indira Gandhi National Open University, India

Emerging Technologies of the 21 st Century and the New forms of Internationalisation of Higher Education

Soumya Ranjan Das &
Madhusudan J.V
University of Hyderabad,
A critical collaborative autoethnographic study of internationalisation in higher education – An
interdisciplinary reflection on teaching a first-year Arts subject


Dongmei Li &
Olivia Meehan,
University of Melbourne
Making Groupwork Meaningful: Strengths-based Approach to Formation of Groups

Dr Pranit Anand
Queensland University of Technology

Padlet, Polls, Phone Apps and Flipgrid: a rich menu of digital
literacy to build a community of engaged online learners.


Jan Harvey & Matthew Readette

Examining Online Assessment Readiness of Universities during
COVID-19: An International Study


Zeenath Reza Khan 1 , Christopher Hill 2 , Sreejith Balasubramanian 3 , Jarret Dyer 4 , Linsy Kavananchery 3 , Veena Mulani 1
1 University of Wollongong in Dubai, UAE, 2 British University in Dubai, UAE, 2 Middlesex University Dubai Campus,
 UAE, 4 College of DuPage, USA
4.00pm – 4.30pm Journal publication
Conference close