News and Events for Teaching Staff

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

We invite you to contact us with details of your Learning Teaching event or activity, or details of other external events or conferences which would be of interest to staff in the Learning and Teaching field.

2020 Festival of Learning and Teaching

Thank you to all who attended and contributed to the success of this year's Festival!

Program details and recordings are now available.

View recordings and program details

 

Events

19

Oct

Academic Integrity Awareness Week 19-23 October

Academic integrity is everyone’s responsibility
To ensure student success in the upcoming online exams and assessments it is vital that all students are aware of the Academic Integrity Policy and expectations about appropriate (and inappropriate) behaviours, especially in online exams.
A series of activities will be held over this week to promote the importance of this issue, in addition to a suite of resources to assist both students and staff.

27

Oct

ACEN WIL Virtual Summit 2020 - Day 1

The ACEN WIL Virtual Summit is a 2 day online event open to ACEN Members (free) and Non-Members. Explore the Summit theme “Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL” through showcases, refereed paper presentations and interactive roundtables. There will also be online opportunities to socialise and network with colleagues from across the country and beyond.

28

Oct

ACEN WIL Virtual Summit 2020 - Day 2

The ACEN WIL Virtual Summit is a 2 day online event open to ACEN Members (free) and Non-Members. Explore the Summit theme “Beyond 2020: Creating the Future with WIL” through showcases, refereed paper presentations and interactive roundtables. There will also be online opportunities to socialise and network with colleagues from across the country and beyond.

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News

This is how I teach

The success of The University Adelaide is due to its people and the Learning and Teaching News will recognise the great teaching that is happening through a regular introduction to your colleagues: ‘This is how I teach’.

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Building understanding of Academic Integrity

Dr Alistair Standish has implemented a three-pronged educational approach to improve both understanding and performance.

Read more about Building understanding of Academic Integrity

Confused by copyright? Help is here.

Copyright material is used extensively in teaching but are you confident that you’re using material legally?

Read more about Confused by copyright? Help is here.

News from Learning and Quality Support

Read about the alternative entry pathways based on year 11 results, Micro-credentials Policy and the Transnational Education Policy.

Read more about News from Learning and Quality Support

26

Aug

Spotlight on Academic Integrity

How much do you know about different types of academic misconduct? Can you tell the difference between poor academic practice and academic misconduct?
Take this international self-assessment tool from the European Network for Academic Integrity and test your understanding, and learn more about the other resources available to you.

26

Aug

Improving the student learning experience through closing the loop on student feedback

One of the main tools used to collect student feedback at the University is the Student Experience of Learning and Teaching (SELT) system.    A set of resources have been developed to assist staff with the upcoming Program SELTs (end of August) and end of semester Course SELTS. 

26

Aug

University of Adelaide student receives Premier's Certificate

University of Adelaide student Oliwia Derda was recently awarded a 2020 Premier’s Certificate for outstanding volunteer contribution.   Read more about her story here.
 

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