Let’s Shape the Future of Learning Together
10-14 JULY 2023
Future of Learning Week Recordings now available
Wrapping up for 2023
Future of Learning Week 2023 has officially come to a close. We have heard from many insightful and thought provoking speakers and engaged in a number of workshops envisioning a bright, passionate and sustainable future for the higher education sector.
We would like to sincerely thank all those who attended the events and supported our workshops. We hope you found the time you spent with us valuable and meaningful.
We would also like to share our many thanks to our fabulous group of talented and knowledgeable speakers. We greatly appreciate your time and expertise – we know there is a lot of thought and consideration that went into crafting each of your presentations, your contributions to the Future of Learning week and helping to shape our future are extremely valued.
We would also like to share a particular thanks to the hard working team in the Learning Transformations Unit who have worked tirelessly to shape, craft, organise and manage the Future of Learning week to make it the successful event that it has been. This week wouldn’t have been possible without the contributions of the many hands working behind the scenes to make this week possible.
We can’t wait to see you next year to once again look into the crystal ball and ask the big questions about what the future of learning looks like and how we can play a role in creating the future we want for our university. Remember the discussion doesn’t end here – we want to keep thinking and talking about our future and if you have an idea or want to get involved please reach out to us so we can keep this discussion evolving and growing as we move towards a great future for our students, educators and wider community.
Thanks again for your support,
The Future of Learning Team.
Acknowledgement of Country
We respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which Swinburne’s Australian campuses are located in Melbourne’s east and outer-east, and pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.
We are honoured to recognise our connection to Wurundjeri Country, history, culture and spirituality through these locations, and strive to ensure that we operate in a manner that respects and honours the Elders and Ancestors of these lands.
We also acknowledge and respect the Traditional Owners of lands across Australia, their Elders, Ancestors, cultures and heritage.