ACSME 2023 University of Tasmania and online Posted in Events, News, Teaching and Learning on March 10, 2023 by Glenda Key. We are excited to open registration for ACSME2023, the first-ever ACSME conference in Tasmania! Hope to see as many as possible there to celebrate this event. The conference will be in person and online with a very topical theme: The changing climate of science education. The conference is earlier than usual, on 30-31 August with the Discipline Day on 1st September. Make sure you plan your submission for an earlier date as we hope to cover a wide range of topics and advances in science education based on your work and experience. Submission of abstracts open on March 13 and close on 22 May. What will you be presenting? The theme alludes to the rapidly changing environment in which educators from all STEM disciplines operate, with disruption caused by the pandemic exacerbated by rapid technological change. While this has provided many benefits, there are also new challenges including academic integrity, equity and the rise of generative artificial intelligence and its impact on our students and teaching practices. The theme also alludes to the role of STEM educators in building knowledge and capacity about climate change and sustainability more broadly. All the information you need about the dates, keynote speakers and how to submit is on the ACSME website.