Learning and Teaching Grant Winners 2013
The Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT) administers the learning and teaching grant scheme for Australian universities, on behalf of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, Australian Government.
National Teaching Fellowship
Professor Maree O'Keefe, Faculty of Health Sciences
Collaborating across boundaries: a framework for an integrated interprofessional curriculum.
Lead institution: University of Adelaide.
OLT Learning & Teaching Grants
Smart casual: towards excellence in sessional teaching in Law Project Information. (Seed Project, $49,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Adelaide; Partner Institutions: Flinders University, The University of Western Australia.
UA Project Team member: Ms Anne Hewitt (Project Leader), Law School.
Promoting student engagement and continual improvement: integrating professional quality management practice into engineering curricula. (Seed Project, $48,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Adelaide.
UA Project Team members: Ms Bernadette Foley (Project Leader) and Dr Craig Willis, School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering.
Re-shaping veterinary business curricula to improve graduates' business skills: a shared resource for educators. (Seed Project, $50,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Adelaide.
UA Project Team members: Dr Adele Feakes (Project Leader), School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences; Professor Noel Lindsay, Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre; Dr Edward Palmer, School of Education; Dr Dana Thomsen, School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences.
Other OLT Grants
The University of Adelaide is a partner institution in the following OLT Grants awarded in 2013:
Situational eLearning: a crowdsourcing approach to the definition and assessment of key practice-ready academic outcomes. ($217,000)
Lead Institution: The University of New South Wales; Partner Institutions: The University of Adelaide, University of South Australia, University of Western Sydney.
UA Project Team member: Professor George Zillante, School of Architecture and Built Environment.
Filling the social justice gap. ($220,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Sydney; Partner Institutions: Curtin University, The Australian National University, The University of Adelaide, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland, University of Technology, Sydney.
UA Project Team member: Dr Matthew Stubbs, Law School.
An evidenced-based approach to the design and redevelopment of inclusive, technology-enhanced learning environments. ($211,000)
Lead Institution: University of South Australia; Partner Institutions: Queensland University of Technology, The Australian National University, The University of Adelaide, Media Access Australia.
UA Project Team members: Professor Noel Lindsay, Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre, Associate Professor Katrina Falkner and Dr Rebecca Vivian, School of Computer Science.
A consensus approach to defining standards for learning outcomes and informing curricula design for agriculture. ($219,000)
Lead Institution: University of Tasmania; Partner Institutions: Charles Sturt University, The University of Adelaide, University of Western Sydney.
UA Project Team members: Associate Professor Amanda Able and Associate Professor Glenn McDonald, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine.
Shared mastery: an international collaborative approach to masters in landscape architecture (LA). ($47,000)
Lead Institution: RMIT University; Partner Institutions: The University of Adelaide, The University of Melbourne, The University of Western Australia, Lincoln University (NZ).
UA Project Team member: Ms Tanya Court, School of Architecture and Built Environment.
Better judgement 2: Improving assessors' management of factors affecting their judgement.
Lead Institution: Flinders University.
UA Project Team member: Professor Maree O'Keefe, Faculty of Health Sciences.
University of Adelaide Grants
Learning and Teaching Implementation Grants
No University Grants currently listed for 2013.
Faculty of the Professions Learning and Teaching Development Grants
Gabrielle Appleby, Law School
Teaching Critical Analysis in the Online Learning Environment and Increasing Teaching Efficiency with Online Content Delivery in Australian Constitutional Law.
Robyn Davidson, Business School
Self-study Interactive Online Modules for Intermediate Financial Reporting.
Gary Hancock, Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre
Development of Blended Learning and Small Group Discovery Course Materials and Methodologies in Order to Create the eChallenge 3 Unit Course for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.
Uwe Kaufmann (Project Lead) and Shoo Lin Siah, Institute for International Trade, School of Economics
E-Learning in the Academic Program of the Institute for International Trade.
Nina Maadad (Project Lead), Igusti Darmawan, School of Education, and Akiko Tomita, Centre for Asian Studies, School of Social Sciences
Designing an Intercultural Learning Environment for First Year Students that Encounter Three Aspects: a Video Demonstration, an e-Learning and a Face to Face Communication Assemblage.
Virginie Masson, School of Economics
SGDE for Introduction to Mathematical Economics I (Basic and Advanced Courses).
Robert Matthews (Project Lead), Ursula McGowan, Judith Thomas and Bill Winser, School of Education
Language and Professional Literacies Support for Education Students - an Online Tool.
Jo Russel-Clarke, School of Architecture and Built Environment
Enhancing Visual Literacy and Critical Analytical Design Capacity: Online Group Sharing of Visual Urban Data.
Nishani Singh, Professions Learning Centre, and Lisa Powell, Business School
Developing and Implementing an Academic Literacy Framework (ALF) in an Undergraduate Accounting Program.
Amit Srivastava (Project Lead) and George Zillante, School of Architecture and Built Environment
e-Assisted Discovery in First Year Construction.
Gary Tan (Project Lead), Arti Jhuremalani and Ralph Zurbrugg, Business School
Online Educational Trading Simulations for Derivatives and Risk Management.