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As part of the Union House refurbishment, the following rooms will be closed progressively from the end of May, to enable works to commence: WP Rodgers, Margaret Murray, Cannon Pool, Harry Medlin (North & South), Eclipse and Old Uni Bar (level 5). Contact Facilities Bookings to assist in finding an alternate location for your function on campus.
Under recent legislative changes, the Australian Human Rights Commission has increased powers to inquire into systemic unlawful discrimination or compliance with the positive duty in relation to sex discrimination. The Legal Services Branch has published Internal Protocols for inquiries received from the Australian Human Rights Commission. More information.
In this module, you will explore what learning analytics are, and what they tell us, learn how to access course, student and assessment data which can be used to enhance teaching and learning. Online self-enrol, self-paced course. Enrol.
The University has entered into a partnership arrangement with THE Campus+ which provides a platform for academic and professional staff to disseminate insights and advice on key areas of higher education. Further information on topics, due dates and how to submit.
The University is an institutional member of Advance HE as part of supporting and acknowledging excellence in teaching practice and leadership. Staff have access to a range of member benefits including grants, resources and Fellowship opportunities. More information.
Designing courses in a blended mode enables the student-centred delivery of transformative learning experiences. In this module you will engage with the principles underpinning the design and delivery of blended leaning experiences and critically reflect on their application in practice. Online self-enrol, self-paced course. Enrol.
The book Sun and Shadow: art of the Spinifex People by Professor John Carty (School of Humanities) is the result of over a decade working with the Spinifex people in the Great Victoria Desert in WA, and is a collaboration with the Spinifex Arts Project. This research was funded by the Australian Research Council. More information.
Learn about all the University Wellbeing activities, updates, news and events in one place, straight to your inbox each month. Sign up to the Wellbeing newsletter before Thursday 27 April in order to receive the May edition and join 550 staff members already keeping informed.
With the winter months fast approaching the University is offering free flu vaccinations to all staff and HDR students. Bookings are now open to attend on campus, or at one of the participating pharmacies at a time and date that suits you. Book now.
Academic staff wishing to apply for promotion to Level D, are now invited to submit their applications. Online applications must be submitted by 5 pm on Monday 26 June. To apply and for further information, please visit the Human Resources website