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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.
Enabling collaborative learning through meaningful activities and assessment is powerful, yet challenging.
This month we spoke to Dr Hong Cai, Scholarly Teaching Fellow within the School of Social Sciences. Hong teaches Chinese languages and linguistics to undergraduate students and translation theories and professional interpreting to MA students in the MAITTC program (Master of Arts [Interpretation, Translation and Transcultural Communication]). In 2019 she was presented with a Stephen Cole the Elder Award for Teaching Excellence, and was nominated for a Citation with the Australian Awards for University Teaching in 2021. She spoke to us about her passion for fostering learners’ autonomy and promoting career readiness and leadership with her students.
The transition to university and meeting the requirements of academic scholarship and the associated academic skill development, can prove to be daunting and overwhelming for students. Learn how the Cadmus online assessment platform supports academic skill development via in application referencing support tools.
A new external Peer Review tool has been added to the MyUni ecosystem to support the development of evaluative judgement. This reduces workload for academic staff, enabling students to recognise the quality of their own work and that of others to enable them to move from novice to effective practitioner. Learn more about the role of Peer Review and how it has already been used successfully in course delivery at the university.
Learning Enhancement and Innovation (LEI) would like to introduce its new SET Projects Team.
Two academic champions grants are available under the Echo360 e3 grants. Both grants are offered to qualified applicants interested in improving learner outcomes focusing on at least one area of equity, engagement, or evidence.