NAEEA 2021 Conference -- Postponed
NAEEA usually runs a biannual conference that is a great opportunity to consolidate efforts and collaborate across the Enabling sector.
The NAEEA Executive Committee has decided to postpone the conference that would ordinarily be held this year until the latter half of 2022 (date and venue to be confirmed), at which time we hope to celebrate the nation’s emergence from interstate travel restrictions and catch up face-to-face with colleagues from across the sector.
If you have current research that you would like to disseminate sooner than 2022, we will also host a webinar on 3/ 10 December this year that will provide you with an opportunity to do so online. Further details will follow soon.
2019 - EPHEA/NAEEA Conference
Enabling Excellence through Equity
Equity Practitioners in Higher Education Australasia (EPHEA) is proud to be partnering with National Association of Enabling Educators of Australia (NAEEA) to deliver their biennial conference in 2019. This is a key professional development forum for equity and enabling practitioners in a wide range of fields to highlight best student and staff practices in higher education. Practitioners and researchers specialising in enabling and equity across the higher education sectors in Australia, New Zealand/Pacific and internationally are invited to participate.
To register, go to the conference website at
Registrations, abstract and paper submissions are now open.
2017 - NAEEA Biennial Conference
Enabling learning, Enabling teaching
2016 - Proceedings of the FABENZ Conference
PUBLICATION OF REFEREED PAPERS
2015 - Conference
Papers by Authors
|Beckley, A.; Netherton, C.; Singh, S. & Stoddart, J.||Greater than the sum of its parts? A collaborative approach to widening participation in Higher Education|
|Beckley, A.; Peel, N.; & Richard P.||Ensuring equal opportunities for Children in Out of Home Care: what is being done?|
|Trewartha, R.||Certificate programmes and beyond: a pilot cohort study tracking student pathways and outcomes|
|Powter, D M. & Dillon, H||Connections and first impressions: Orientation for enabling students|
|Chojenta, P & Allen, K.||Engaging enabling students by integrating themes of social equity and justice into humanities courses|
|McLeod, A.; Fish, T. & Pardy, J.||Adjustments and penalties in pathways|
|Hunt, J W. & Spray, E.||Sweet cupcakes for all: A teaching philosophy to enhance student engagement and success in an enabling linguistics course|
2014 - Conference
Hosted by the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic