Coming soon - five NEW Remote Teaching Rooms!
To support staff returning to campus in continuing to provide lectures and tutorials remotely to students, five additional rooms will be available soon for teaching staff.
Established in 2016, the Adelaide Education Academy (AEA) aims to promote, support and recognise teaching excellence across the University of Adelaide. The sixty-nine full, and four affiliate, members come to the Academy from across the five facilities, and bring with them with a broad range of specialisms and life experiences.
Developing an understanding of AI values and student obligations in regards to AI will be vital for the nearly 7,400 students commencing their studies with us this year. A number of activities and resources have been developed to educate and support our students on AI.
A very warm welcome to the 2021 teaching year and the first issue of our monthly Learning and Teaching News, from Student Learning teams in the Division of Academic and Student Engagement. I hope you were able to connect with friends and family over the summer break, and took advantage of the time to switch off and recharge.
A TEQSA report has provided valuable insight into online learning experience of Australian higher education students during the initial phase of the pandemic.
The Library supports the Course Readings system to provide students with access to learning resources in one place within MyUni. Course Readings integrates with Library Search allowing you to link seamlessly to online library resources. Your list can also include a range of other resources including print library materials, and openly accessible online content such as videos and webpages in your list.
First presented in 1991, Stephen Cole the Elder Awards were established through bequest made to the University of Adelaide by a descendant of Stephen Cole the Elder, pioneer South Australian colonist. We spoke to this year’s deserving winners about what they enjoy about teaching, their teaching philosophy and how they have managed during an extremely challenging 2020.
In mid-2019, Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) Leader Jesse Beckinsale approached Peer Learning Programs Coordinator Chelsea Avard with an idea to support University of Adelaide Law students in developing advocacy skills and developing networks with students in their cohort.
Since May of 2019, the University Library Indigenous Support Librarian, Renee Johnson has been building a portfolio to connect and support the learning and teaching aspirations of the University’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, staff and researchers, with a strong emphasis on stakeholder engagement and maintaining an effective working relationship with Wirtlu Yarlu Aboriginal Education.