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Welcome back to campus - Professor Suzanne Le Mire

Suzanne Le Mire

I am delighted that through the hard work and dedication of many, we can now welcome our students back to campus. I know your planning is well advanced to teach our students in person, or in online classes for our students offshore. As we kick off our Orientation for international students today, and our Orientation week for all, next week, it is really pleasing to know that already almost 1000 international students have re-joined us on campus.

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New look Library Essentials

Student walking past the library

Library Essentials is an online course designed to teach students the fundamentals of finding, using, evaluating, and acknowledging information in an academic environment at their own pace.

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New TEQSA resources for AI

Course outlines

TEQSA is continuing to work with the sector to strengthen cultures of academic integrity within higher education and to reduce the integrity risk posed by commercial academic cheating services.

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Setting Academic Integrity expectations in your course

Writing Centre Learning Advisors training

Looking for targeted, interactive resources to help set expectations around assessments and integrity? We have a range of videos, explainers and activities available for download, along with tips and suggestions to incorporate academic integrity learning into your course.

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Effective ways to support student skills assessment

Course learning outcomes

Last year the University piloted a student employability skills self-assessment with over 2,500 students completing the online quiz.  We discovered that our students felt positive about their problem solving skills, working independently and interacting with people from different cultures, but were less confident about their presentation, networking and time management skills.

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Improve student writing with help from the Writing Centre

Writing Centre

Would you like your students to write with verve and clarity?

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Facilitating student engagement with WIL

Associate Professor Anne Hewitt

WIL is becoming increasingly common in the Australia tertiary education landscape. However, not all students find it easy to secure a WIL placement or to take time off from paid work and afford accommodation/travel to complete one.

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New members of the AEA in 2022

AEA logo

Established in 2016, the Adelaide Education Academy (AEA) aims to promote, support and recognise teaching excellence across the University of Adelaide.  AEA membership is by application only, with expressions of interest open from October each year.

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This is how I teach

Professor Paul Babie

This month we spoke to Professor Paul Babie, Associate Dean of Law (International) and Director of the Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics, and Law, at the Adelaide Law School. 

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Learning Assets Database

Learning Assets Database

Learning Enhancement and Innovation and the University Library have created a database of interactive learning assets, ready to use!

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