South Australian Certificate of Education
scheduled and available
The Course has been timetabled, is active in the LMS and is available for students to enrol in.
A sub-grouping within a Faculty
he rank used to determine an applicant’s competitiveness relative to other applicants, after all applicable adjustment factors have been added.
Student Experience of Learning and Teaching surveys conducted in accordance with the Student Experience of Learning and Teaching (SELT) Policy in order to guide staff and the University in making continuous improvements to courses and teaching for the benefit of students and to identify and reward excellent teaching practice.
The Vice-Chancellor and President; the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research); the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Academic); the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Executive, External Relations
The practice of drawing on the academic expertise of one academic unit (usually a school) to teach students in a Course that is compulsory for students in a Program owned by another academic unit. This may be expertise in a Discipline, in Discipline Contextualisation, or in an Interdisciplinary area of knowledge. Teaching of, or into, cross-listed elective courses is not regarded as Service Teaching. Single Guest Lecturing events normally are not regarded as Service Teaching
short-term academic visitor
member of the academic staff of another tertiary institution who visits the University of Adelaide at its invitation to participate in the academic work of an area of the University, generally for a period of between one and 12 months
small group discovery experience (SGDE)
A learning activity that places importance upon collaboration between students and researchers, and working together in small groups to make new discoveries.
A coherent body of study in Honours or postgraduate coursework Programs.
Awarded where Prior Learning can be demonstrated to be equivalent to a University of Adelaide course.
The time that a student is expected to take to complete a Program at the relevant AQF level, which is based on 24 Units in a calendar year, which the University normally considers to be a full-time load.
structured learning activities
These include, but are not limited to, lectures, tutorials, seminars, demonstrations, practicals, laboratory activities, SGDE, directed research or other academic activities.
A person enrolled in a University academic program
Student System means the core business system used for student management (the University currently uses PeopleSoft)
The time spent by students on Structured Learning Activities and self-directed study
study at an overseas University with which the University of Adelaide does not have an exchange agreement, and that is concurrent with the Applicant’s enrolment in a Program offered by the University.
summer school (semester)
Courses offered in intensive mode generally over a 2-6 week period during January to February.
a friend, family member, Peer Support Program volunteer or an Education Welfare Officer (EWO) accompanying a student. A support person is only allowed to communicate with the committee with permission from the chair except for EWOs who are permitted to answer and advocate at the meeting (by prior, documented, arrangement a support person may communicate on behalf of students with a disability). The role of a support person is not that of a legal representative and the person cannot be a legal practitioner.