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ascilite Live! Webinar

The next webinar is on 23 April "Gamification: Potential for Learning


Structure and Activities

Elected Executive Committee members oversee ascilite business with support from an employed Secretariat. All paid and voluntary staff are committed to providing quality services to members through a range of strategic activities including publication of a high quality electronic journal, circulation of a regular newsletter, programs for Campus Representatives and Community Mentoring, an International Awards Scheme and an Annual Conference.

Professional Networks

ascilite has formed strategic relationships with similar organisations worldwide including ALT in the UK, SURF in the Netherlands and AACE and the TLT group in North America. ascilite was invited and funded to work on a major ICT research and development initiative for the Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

Annual Conference

The annual ascilite conference provides a lively forum for engagement with top international keynote speakers, presenters of fully refereed papers and shorter "works in progress" as well as a variety of poster displays, workshops and trade exhibitions. It also provides memorable opportunities for social interaction.

Access to Member Profiles

This is a password protected area of the ascilite web site. It provides a searchable database of all ascilite members, access to resources posted by other members, various discussion groups and a search facility. ascilite uses a system called the Virtual Conferencing System (VCS), provided by NetSpot.

  1. To log in to the Members area, enter your username - your first initial and last name, e.g. cgunn - and password ascilite (lowercase).
  2. Once logged in, click on 'Edit Your Profile', to change your password and view or edit your profile.
  3. If you provided an email address when you joined ascilite, you will be subscribed to the general discussion stream. You can change this option here, and / or add yourself to other discussion streams.

Constitution and By-laws

The Society's first Constitution was registered in 1987 and has been modified several times. The Constitution and By-Laws govern the actions of the Society. You may download the ascilite Constitution and By-laws here. [PDF 90 KB]

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