19 July - 20 July 2022

The Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) is excited to announce its first face-to-face International conference. It will take place from Tuesday 19 - Wednesday 20 July 2022 at the University of South Australia, City West Campus

C3L focuses on the complex relationship between human and artificial cognition, how it changes society, knowledge processes, and teaching and learning. C3L uses complex science methodologies, promotes the uptake of applied research and engages with the community, government agencies (healthcare, education, defence, cultural) and industry to research the lifespan of learning and the role of UniSA in serving all stages of knowledge and learning processes.

Conference Theme
Education sits on the edge of a new age of innovation, with broadening access and growing opportunities for learning. All sectors - primary, secondary, tertiary, and corporate - face growing complexity as they respond to new technologies and globalisation.

This conference, hosted by C3L, the top edtech research centre in Australia, will feature engaging panels and world-renowned keynote addresses on the most urgent challenges and opportunities facing today’s education systems.

Keynote Presenters

Professor Mary Uhl-Bien
Professor Mary Uhl-Bien
Mary is the BNSF Railway Endowed Professor of Leadership in the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University (TCU).

Professor Martin Westwell
Professor Martin Westwell
Chief Executive, Department for Education

Shazia Sadiq

Professor Shazia Sadiq
Shazia Sadiq FTSE is a Professor of Computer Science at the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland.

Professor Shane Dawson

Professor Shane Dawson
Shane is the Executive Dean of UniSA Education Futures and Professor of Learning Analytics at the University of South Australia.

Dave Snowden
Professor Dave Snowden
Dave is the creator of the Cynefin Framework and originated the design of SenseMaker®, the world’s first distributed ethnography tool.

For enquiries, please contact EDC-Research@unisa.edu.au