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Colleagues, congratulations on navigating one of the most challenging years for teaching and learning in our history. This week we celebrate the outstanding achievements of our latest university-wide teaching award recipients—and what a fitting way to close 2021.
Recently the University Library team has welcomed two new Liaison Librarians.
As well as their rich range of physical and electronic books and journals, the University Library provides access to a number of collections of digitised primary source archives. The well-structured nature of these collections and accompanying thematic guides makes them an especially approachable entry point for students inexperienced with primary source archives.
This year marks a milestone for the Adelaide Graduate Award, with over 1,100 students achieving the Award since the program was first piloted in 2017.
In the courses you teach, I am sure you can call to mind particular students or groups of students who you know are capable but you wish you could help to engage at a higher level. For many students, their relationship with mathematics might be a key factor in how well they engage and how well they perform.
This month we spoke with the four recipients of the 2021 Stephen Cole the Elder Award for Excellence, Professor Joanne Bowen (School of Biomedicine), Professor Natalie Edwards (School of Humanities), Kayoko Enomoto (School of Social Sciences) and Dr Thomas Wanner (School of Social Sciences), about their passion for teaching and their hopes for their students.
Detecting similarity to aid deterring plagiarism is now a requirement for text and code based assignments in your course.
Students showed off their knowledge of academic integrity (AI) during Awareness Week (18-22 Oct).