Recordings of each of the sessions run at the conference will be available via the YouTube playlist below.

CS EdX 2022 Podcast Recordings

CS EdX 2021 Session Recordings

CS EdX 2020 Session Recordings

  • That’s a Wrap for 2022
    Thank you to everyone involved who helped to make it a successful event!  If you missed sharing your feedback please send it to In November 2023 we will return, to share knowledge, practice and reflection on teaching and learning @CS in 2023. Watch out for information early in 2023. All sessions can now be… Read more: That’s a Wrap for 2022
  • Executive Dean Teaching Awards 2022
    the PowerPoint presentation used during the session including the first John Harper Memorial Award
  • CS EDX – Day 3 Program
    Day 2 of the conference has received positive feedback with many participants feeling connected and curious about the presentations and the RUN guest presenters session. Day 3 is starting at 9.30 am here is the direct link into the opening session Join Zoom Meeting passcode 514353 the final days PDF program of all sessions… Read more: CS EDX – Day 3 Program
  • CS EdX – Day 2 Program
    After a great first day of presentations and conversations we are eagerly looking forward to day 2 and 3 you can use this link below for a full detailed program with zoom room links todays link for the opening session Passcode 074694 The 2022 Regional University Network (RUN) Award winners will be our special… Read more: CS EdX – Day 2 Program
  • 2021 Executive Dean Teaching award – Lisa Brown & Suzanne Hopf
    Inspiring, motivating and supporting learning for students from diverse backgrounds through Australia’s the first blended online Master of Speech Pathology. The Speech Pathology team received the CSU Executive Dean’s Teaching award in 2021 for their development and implementation of the Master of Speech Pathology (MaSP) course. The MaSP is recognised as a world-leading blended online… Read more: 2021 Executive Dean Teaching award – Lisa Brown & Suzanne Hopf
  • Dr Melanie Hayman – RUN
    Mel Hayman, Central Queensland University Title: Embedding vocational qualifications into tertiary first year to support first-year students There is a skills shortage in Australia and the workforce is in desperate need of initiatives and solutions that can be implemented at speed to address this deficiency. The ‘enormity’ of this challenge calls for efforts from all… Read more: Dr Melanie Hayman – RUN
  • Dr Aaron Wiegand – RUN
    Title:Gone with the Wind, The Sound of Music, Alien and Star Wars: films done wrong. Ten minutes is more than enough. Abstract: Allegedly, when Victor Fleming was told that his film (GwtW) should be no longer than ten minutes, he expressed concern that it would be difficult to compress so much narrative into such a… Read more: Dr Aaron Wiegand – RUN