The University's Events Calendar promotes a range of virtual public events from lectures and seminars to exhibitions and performances. Staff with an '@unimelb' email address can submit an event to the Events Calendar once your account has been established. If you are a new user, you can request access via this form.
If you would like to feature an MGSE event on this page, please use the MGSE submission form.
Indigenous Women Futuring
Date: Thursday 18 February
Time: 10am - 11.30am
This panel is an introduction to Indigenous Futures and Learnings Taking Place, an edited volume with contributions from Indigenous women, women of Indigenous backgrounds, Black, Red, and Brown women, and women whose scholarship is committed to Indigenous matters across spaces and times.
Approaches to dual delivery teaching to support student engagement
Date: Tuesday 23 February
Time: 1pm - 2.15pm
Dual-delivery subjects at the University are those that are taught in two modes: blended delivery (online and campus-based) for students who can attend campus, and entirely online delivery for students who cannot attend campus. In this seminar, presenters will provide a brief overview of the main approaches to dual delivery teaching at the University (split cohort and blended synchronous) and outline some research-informed educational principles to guide the design of activities to engage students in these approaches. Presenters will also offer some practical strategies and examples for lecturers in various disciplinary teaching and learning contexts.
Online book launch and webinar
Date: Thursday 4 March
Time: 4pm - 5pm
Online Book Launch
The High Performance Mindset at Work, Home and Life (Melbourne, VIC: Wilkinson Publishing)
Author: Michael E. Bernard
Book launched by: Professor Jim Watterston, Dean, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne
"What Everyone Needs Today to Cope and Move Forward"
Presenter: Michael E. Bernard, Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The webinar is designed for anyone interested in what has been discovered from international research and many years of coaching and counselling by Michael Bernard on the mindset needed to cope with today's ever changing and very demanding world we live in.
Webinar Contributor: Jen Smith, Group Manager, Students and Education, Deakin University, Faculty of Business & Law
Book launch - Women Thriving in Academia
Date: Monday 8 March
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021 the Melbourne Graduate School of Education invites you to join editor Dr Marian Mahat and a panel of highly accomplished women to launch the book Women Thriving in Academia.
Drawing on/from Home
Date: Running until Wednesday 31 March
Drawing on/from home is an online exhibition of student works produced during a semester of remote learning.
Supporting Schools in a time of COVID-19
Date: Modules running until Friday 16 April
Supporting Schools in a time of COVID-19 (SSCOVID) is an online professional learning opportunity for primary classroom teachers and education staff, consisting of a series of modules and live webinars.
The modules have been developed to assist primary school educators to support their students’ mental health and wellbeing during and following COVID-19 and can be accessed and completed at times that suit the educator.
Seventeenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society
Date: Thursday 8 - Friday 9 April
In April 2021 the seventeenth International Conference is brought together by a shared interest in the complex relationships between technology, knowledge and society. The conference theme will focus on Considering Viral Technologies: Pandemic-Driven Opportunities and Challenges.