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I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my first two months as Director, Education Quality within the Division of Academic and Student Engagement (DASE). I’ve been particularly impressed by colleagues determination to do things well, in addition to their very positive solutions’ focused intent, and genuine care for the student experience.
The Student Leadership Programs Community of Practice is a collection of people who coordinate student-led/peer-to-peer programs and projects, or who are interested in helping develop and support student leadership experiences.
One way to help students engage with your course is to invite the Maths Learning Centre (MLC) into your classes. In Semester 1 2022, Dr Benjamin Madden did just that for the Arts course Approaches to Culture. Benjamin and MLC Coordinator Dr David Butler describe their experiences below.
The use of Gradescope’s AI functionality can support and accelerate marking and grading in particular assessment contexts.
Blended learning can optimise the affordances on the on-campus and online learning environments.
This month we spoke to Dr Emma Muhlack, Associate Lecturer at the School of Public Health. In addition to lecturing, teaching and marking a number of courses across generalist public health, sociology of health, health systems, health ethics and research methods, Emma is the Course Co-Coordinator for Create. Communicate. Connect within Health and Medical Sciences, which teaches academic literacy skills for Health Sciences students. Emma is also an Affiliate Member of the Adelaide Education Academy (AEA).
She spoke to us about her student-centred approach to teaching and how it directs her teaching practice, which is based in skill development and student wellbeing.
The Library recently conducted an Instagram poll, asking students a range of referencing questions. Interestingly only 55% of respondents knew that referencing support is provided by the University Library.
In Semester 1 2022, the Library’s Learning Support (LLS) team partnered with two teaching academics to co-design informative and engaging activities for their students around using primary source data bases.
From Monday 28 March, Academic Integrity processes will be refreshed with a new set of resources to assist you and your students.
There are many ways we can support student success at the University. One team who here to assist you and your students is the Student Academic Skills team, whose main purpose is to help students engage productively in their coursework, and to help them realise and develop their learning skills to succeed at university.