AIEC 2013 – Canberra

Dates: 8-11 October 2014
Location: Canberra, Australia
Venue: National Convention Centre Canberra

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Proceedings

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Tuesday 8 October, 5.30pm – 6.30pm

P-001 – Plenary

Welcome Plenary

  • Mr Jon Burns, Founder & CEO, Skateworks Ethiopia, Australia
  • Professor Ian Young AO, Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University, Australia

Wednesday 9 October, 9.00am – 10.30am

P-002 – Plenary

Opening Plenary

  • Dr Pratap Bhanu Mehta, President and CEO, Centre for Policy Research, India
  • The Hon. Christopher Pyne, Minister for Education, Federal Parliamentary Liberal Party, Australia

Wednesday 9 October, 11.00am – 12.00pm

C-001

So, Where Are You From?: Student Theatre Performance

  • Ms Catherine Simmonds, Australia La Trobe University Students

C-002

Colombia and Peru in Focus

C-003

1) Twitter, AdWords and Virtual Fairs: The World of Student Recruitment in 2013?

2) Disruptive Innovation and the New World of International Education

C-004

Global Leadership Programs in the Asia-bound Policy Context

C-005

2013 Research Agenda: Australian Universities International Directors Forum

C-006

1) International Schools and Host Country Nationals: A Case-study from Malaysia

2) Cultural Awareness in Schools

Wednesday 9 October, 1.15pm – 2.15pm

C-007

Ten Technologies That Will Change International Education

  • Mr Michael Castellano, engajer inc., USA
  • Mr Rob Malicki, AIM Overseas, Australia

C-008

The Asian Century for Australian Student Mobility ... The Rhetoric and the Reality

  • Mr SS Junaidi, Head of International Office, Universitas Indonesia
  • Mr Leigh Howard, Sheffield International, Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia-Australia Business Council, Australia

HE Mr James Wise, Australian Ambassador to Thailand, Australia

C-009

Facilitating Good Regulatory Practices for Higher Education Services in the APEC Region

Ms Tanya Spisbah, APEC Branch, Australia

C-010

English Language Competence and Learning and Teaching Across Cultures – Improving Graduates’Learning Outcomes

C-011

1) Benchmarking International Student Success Across Countries

2) Tuition Fees-Based Competition: Australia in Perspective

C-012

1) Strengthening the Value Proposition of TNE Partnerships

2) We Are Selling Education, Not Mars Bars

Wednesday 9 October, 2.25pm – 3.25pm

C-013

An In-depth Look at the All-new Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2013-14

C-014 – Say-it-in-six

1) It Doesn't End Here: Bringing the Overseas Study Experience Back Home

2) Growing a Global-ready Workforce

3) The Rubber Hits the Road – Delivering the Asian Century to Victorian Education Students

4) The Next Wave of Mobility: A Canadian and Australian Analysis of Short Term Programs

C-015

Best Practice Education Providers: A Student Perspective

C-016

Linking TAFE and VET Institutions and Chinese Students: The CSCSE-SQA-HND Program

C-017

National Priorities Shaping Internationalisation of the Curriculum in the 21st Century

  • Mr Jon F. Baldwin, Murdoch University, Australia
  • Professor Gordon Cheung, APAIE and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Professor Fazal Rizvi, Melbourne University Graduate School of Education, Australia

C-018

1) Australian Government Schools International - Homestay Programs

2) Marketing Australian Schools –Understanding Parents as Customers

Wednesday 9 October, 3.55pm – 5.10pm

M-001

2013 Election: Where To From Here?

Senator the Hon. Scott Ryan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education, Federal Parliamentary Liberal Party, Australia

  • The Hon. Alan Tudge MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, Federal Parliamentary Liberal Party, Australia

M-002

Women Leaders in Global Education –Imperatives and Realities

  • Professor Stephanie Fahey, Ernst & Young, Australia Ms Helen Zimmerman, IEAA, and Navitas, Australia
  • Dr Fanta Aw, NAFSA, USA
  • Professor Caroline McMillen, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Dr Joanna Newman, UK Higher Education International Unit, UK
  • Professor Dr. (Tan Sri) Sharifah Hapsah, Vice-Chancellor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Malaysia

M-003

The Global Research Environment: How Might Australia Participate More Effectively?

Thursday 10 October, 9.00am – 10.00am

C-019

Malaysian Higher Education – Global Imperatives & Local Realities

C-020

Inside the Minds of Today’s International Students: IDP’s Latest Research

C-021

Greece, Italy and Spain in Focus

C-022

The United Nations Global Compact, Sustainability and Responsibility: Why Universities Must Lead Global Practice

C-023

1) Developing University Students’English Language Proficiency: Outcomes From a National Project

  • Ms Cynthia Kralik, Monash University, Australia

2) English Language Proficiency: Academic Performance and English Language Entry Channels

  • Ms Nicole Brigg, Griffith University, Australia
  • Ms Helen Cook, ETS TOEFL, Australia

C-024

Presentation by the Winners of the Best Practice/Innovation IEAA Award

Thursday 10 October, 10.10am – 11.10am

C-025

Next Generation Leadership and Management in International Education

C-026

The Participation of Students in TEQSA Reviews

C-027

Education as an Export for Australia: Green Shoots, First Swallows, but Not Quite Out of the Woods Yet

C-028

1) Benchmarking Local Realities for US Outbound Mobility – An Insight Into the Largest Mobility Programs in the US

2) The Nordic Student Experience

C-029

1) Smart E-processes to Manage SVP –University of South Australia Case Study

  • Mr Mark Pettitt, OCA Group, Australia
  • Dr Rajendra Pandey, University of South Australia, Australia

2) How Do We Recognise a ‘Genuine Temporary Entrant’?

  • Ms Sue Blundell, English Australia, Australia
  • Dr Kate Dempsey, Victorian TAFE International, Australia

C-030

1) Navigating the Complex Regulatory and Economic Landscape – A Private Vocational Education Training Provider’s Success Story

2) The Impacts of International Students on Pedagogical Practices in Vocational Education and Training

Thursday 10 October, 11.40am – 12.55pm

M-004 – Mini-plenary

Trolls and Flame Wars on Facebook

  • Ms Laurel Papworth, Social Network Educator, Australia

M-005 – Mini-plenary

Post Chaney Report – A Call to Action!

  • Mr David Riordan, Sydney Institute TAFE NSW, Australia Mrs Mariana Lane, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia
  • Mr Brett Blacker, IEAA, Australia, and The University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Ms Sue Blundell, English Australia, Australia
  • Ms Di Weddell, General Manager, International Strategy Branch, Australian Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, Australia
  • Mr David Riordan, Sydney Institute TAFE NSW, Australia Mrs Mariana Lane, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia

M-006 – Mini-plenary

Connecting Continents: Where Now for Australian-European Cooperation?

Thursday 10 October, 1.55pm – 2.55pm

C-031

Hot Topics in International Education: Global Update

  • Dr Fanta Aw, NAFSA, USA
  • Mr Leolyn Jackson, University of the Western Cape, South Africa, and IEASA, South Africa
  • Professor Gordon Cheung, APAIE/Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Mr Hans-Georg van Liempd, EAIE, The Netherlands

C-032

Education and Indonesia's Future: The Difference between Good and Great

Professor Greg Barton, Monash University, Australia Mr Wimar Witoelar, Social Commentator, Indonesia

C-033

International Education Marketing: Connecting Globally through Digital and Social Media Engagement

C-034

Are Asia-Pacific Advances in Higher Education and Research Sustainable?

C-035

Room to Move: Global Imperatives, Offshore Realities and TEQSA in Transnational Education

  • Associate Professor Peter Ling, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
  • Associate Professor Beena Giridharan, Curtin University Sarawak Malaysia, Australia
  • Professor Margaret Mazzolini, Victoria University, Australia

C-036

1) Education Agents a Global Imperative for Local Success

  • Dr Nadia O'Connell, James Cook University (JCU) Singapore, Australia

2) Are We Ready for Global Standards in Agency Based Recruitment?

 

Thursday 10 October, 3.05pm – 4.05pm

C-037

Africa in Focus

C-038

Horizon Scanning: What Will International Higher Education Look Like in 2020?

C-039

Towards Better English Language Skills for Graduates and Professionals: Two IELTS Research Studies

C-040

1) A Brave New World: Will MOOCs Save Our International Education Market?

  • Mr Benjamin Mack, Brisbane Marketing, Australia

2) MOOCs - The Inside Story

C-041

1) Graduates, International Mobility and Employment: Perceptions and Patterns

2) Graduate Perceptions of Mobility

C-042

1) Research to Identify Local and Global Realities

2) Research to Identify Local and Global Realities – Offshore Vocational Education and Training Delivery

Thursday 10 October, 4.35pm – 5.35pm

C-043

Bringing Internationalisation of the Curriculum into the Disciplines: Local and Global Challenges

C-044

The Future of the World’s International Education – British Council Global Research Update

C-045

Capital Cities, Regional Cities

C-046

1) Pathways and Cross-Sectoral Mobility

2) Collaborating for Quality: English Australia's Guide to Best Practice in Direct Entry Programs

C-047

MOOCs: Addressing Global Expectations and Local Realities

C-048

Presentation by the Winner of the Outstanding Postgraduate Research Thesis IEAA Award

Friday 11 October, 9.00am – 10.15am

C-049

Post-Election Peak Bodies Review: Where do We Stand?

  • Ms Sue Blundell, English Australia, Australia
  • Ms Ainslie Moore, Universities Australia, Australia
  • Mr Mel Koumides, Academia International, Australia
  • Mr Peter Holden, TAFE Directors Australia, Australia
  • Mr Thomson Ch’ng, CISA, Australia
  • Mr Phil Honeywood, IEAA, Australia

C-050

Thailand in Focus

C-051

Developing Global Profiles: Perspectives from Canada and the UK

C-052

From Beijing to the Big 4: The Journey of Chinese Accounting Graduates Into the Australian Labour Market

C-053

1) Leveraging Global and Virtual University Networks to Effectively Develop Research Skills in Undergraduate Students

2) The Higher Degree Research Student Experience

Friday 11 October, 10.25am – 11.25am

C-055

Understanding Generation G and the Implications for Every Institution in Meeting Their Expectations

C-056 – Say-it-in-six

1) Swinburne Connect – Assisting Students to Attain Their Goals. A Swinburne University Case Study

2) Connecting Global With Local Using Social Media

C-056-3
‘National Education’ and ‘Global Education’: Can They be Compatible?

4) Rolling Out the Red Carpet: The Value of Visiting Delegations and the Challenge of Keeping Everybody Happy

5) Integrating Student Experience: Towards a Holistic First Year Transition

6) Changing Profile of North American Students: A New Opportunity

C-057

Malaysia in Focus

C-058

The Return on Investment in Engagement

C-059

Indonesia and Australia – Skills Training Partnership for an ASEAN Future

C-060

1) Forming Strong Relationships On-campus, in the Region and Beyond

2) Transitioning International Graduates to the Professional Workplace

  • Ms Dallas Dowsett, ICTE-UQ, Australia
  • Mr David Nelson, ICTE-UQ, Australia Ms Dallas Dowsett, ICTE-UQ, Australia

Friday 11 October, 11.55am – 1.10pm

P-003 – Plenary

Engaging with the Islamic World through International Education

  • Dr Halim Rane, Griffith University, Australia
  • Professor Greg Barton, Monash University, Australia
  • Ms Arfa Noor, Griffith University, Australia
  • Mr Wimar Witoelar, Social Commentator, Indonesia Professor Amin Saikal AM, Australian National University, Australia
  • Prof. Abid Khan, Australian National University, Australia

Friday 11 October, 2.10 – 3.30pm

P-004 – Plenary

Closing Plenary

  • Senator the Hon. Brett Mason, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Ms Annabel Crabb, Chief Online Political Writer, ABC, Australia