News and Events for Teaching Staff

An exciting range of events and activities are available to University of Adelaide staff involved in the provision and development of Learning and Teaching.

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Events

04

Jan

Introduction to University Teaching (Online, self-paced) - ADEPT session

Online self-paced MyUni course (Learning and teaching induction for continuing & fixed-term staff with teaching responsibilities) . This is an opportunity for you to reflect on your experiences as both a student and educator in order to inform your own approach to teaching within the contemporary higher education context. You will explore key principles in the design of learning and student-centred approaches to enabling active learning for the diverse student cohort. You can self-enrol at any time.

29

Aug

11

Oct

HDR CoP Event - Navigating the examination process and Reviewer Feedback

Members of the AGRS and REDC Student Subcommittee will discuss the process involved in identifying reviewers and the process of submission and review and outcomes. The session will involve discussion with of members of the REDC Student Subcommittee to discuss their experience of reviewer reports.

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News

Successful collaborations helping students in SET

Strong collaboration between teams of academic and professional staff, has always resulted in better outcomes for our students. 

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Relationship-rich education from the perspective of new academics  

Starting to teach in higher education is daunting when education is not your discipline. Relationship building skills honed in professional experience can provide new academics with strong foundations. 

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Successful partnership increasing access to careers

University Specialist Employment Partnership (USEP) is a collaborative program preparing and connecting tertiary students with disability to employment relevant to their qualifications.

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This is how I teach

This month we spoke to Associate Professor Antony Eagle, philosophy lecturer from the School of Humanities. Antony speaks about his methods of student engagement and how he strives to accommodate the needs of his students as they try to balance study, work and life commitments. He also discusses how he uses technology to assist with this, making education more accessible for his students.

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24

Aug

Staff endorsement of Studiosity encourages students to seek academic support

The University’s Studiosity service is part of a comprehensive system of academic support provided for students through the Student Academic Skills team (including the Writing Centre, Maths Learning Centre and PASS) to help them engage confidently and successfully in their studies.

24

Aug

Adelaide student speaks with the ABC about contract cheating

Contract cheating has received a significant amount of media attention in the past few weeks, in part due to TEQSA’s action to block access to 40 suspected contract cheating websites.

24

Aug

Embedding career development learning and industry content in curriculum

Academia meets industry, two worlds successfully combine.

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