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.
A very successful inaugural University of Academic Integrity Awareness Week was held October 19 – 23.
Dr Alistair Standish has implemented a three-pronged educational approach to improve both understanding and performance.
Copyright material is used extensively in teaching but are you confident that you’re using material legally?
Read about the alternative entry pathways based on year 11 results, Micro-credentials Policy and the Transnational Education Policy.
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.