I’m always proud of our achievements, but this has been an especially rewarding month.
Registrations for the L&T Symposium are now open. We’re launching some minimum standards on subject delivery, additional support for sessional staff, there’s been an upgrade to DOMS and DLT have a range of PD opportunities in April.
In this month’s update, we review the TOL subjects completed as part of our new Agile approach to development. We also highlight some of the great TOL feedback received, and profile one of our Learning Experience Designers, Liz Stephens.
If you are considering a request for leverage from the DVC-RDI , now’s your time. Also this month, innovation partnership grants, gambling research grants, CRC Conference and some handy tips.
Procrastination is a major issue for many students. To help you to assist your students, several reasons for this are identified, along with apps and ALLaN services which may prove beneficial.
So many opportunities! Would you like to promote your research? Develop research strategies? Improve your research impact? Need some training in R stats? And the big one….Research Budgets? So much learning to choose from! Plus the Library has just released a new guide for CRO.
We use lenses to self-assess and improve subjects all the time. Often it’s merely the lens of our own personal teaching / design experience, sometimes it’s internally created frameworks (e.g. OLM), and other times it’s external frameworks (accreditation, anyone?). Recognition adds another layer altogether…
There’s a lot happening in the national WPL space. Find out about our professional organisation and what they have to offer, including research grants and scholarships.
Rolling Admissions opened on 18 March for 201960 and future sessions.
Read about the TOL subjects ready to run in 201930 and the new ASSIST tool for flexible assessment