This post was composed by Wendy Taleo
We are excited to be Virtually Connecting at the conference for Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (Perth, Australia). The event takes place July 4-7 on the Australian Western Standard timezone (AWST). It’s been a bit of a rush with one onsite buddy handing in her PhD thesis this last week and the other onsite buddy being new to this caper. It’s fantastic that we have the conference executive committee behind our choice to connect.
If you can’t make it to Australia, you’re in luck because we have a team of onsite buddies (Rosie Nash and Karen Miller) and virtual buddy (Wendy Taleo) who will be connecting you to the conference and keynote speaker and other participants.
To join us:
- Check the details below for the Google Hangout
- Tweet to us or leave a comment below and let us know you are interested to join the Google Hangout (we are @VConnecting) and/or DM us your email
- We will be in contact with connecting information after that
The Virtually Connecting Hangouts are open to up to 8 participants to join. Don’t forget to follow the official tag #HERDSA2016 hashtag and participate to stay engaged.
Time listed are the local conference time in Perth, Australia (AWST)
The session is spontaneous in nature and can run a few minutes early or a few minutes late.
Wednesday, 6 July at 5:45pm AWST
Time converter at worldtimebuddy.com
In this session, Rosie Nash and Karen Miller will facilitate a conversation with Alistair Summerlee. This is a special session that you can watch live below:
Reminder: Tweet us @VConnecting (we will ask you to DM your email) or post a comment below if you are interested in joining one of the sessions above. Looking forward to connecting with you 🙂