Support is now available in open sessions for human research ethics applications where you can work through your application in real time. New guides from NHMRC to research conduct and ARC have released a journal list which can help you identify where to publish.
Making a good impression in 201960, fighting the scourge of contract cheating and professional development opportunities, read all about it.
What has a 15 year old movie about Robots got to do with the new Quality Assurance and Reflection (QUASAR) system? Mike Kemp makes the link!
DIT are upgrading one of the Charles Sturt Learning & Development Applications – Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning. Find all you need to know here.
We’ve been visiting China as part of our China Joint Cooperation Program – our partnership with some of these universities has surpassed 20 years.
The Library has moved to a new Client Services model. Learn about your new library team for BJBS.
This month, the Operations Team are pleased to welcome Lara Cowling to the role of Faculty Operations Officer. Lara brings to the team over 10 years of experience with the Division of Student Administration (DSA) and will be based at the Bathurst Campus.
Congratulations to the Psychology team for kicking us off in our posts for the L&T Symposium. To the other Schools…it’s time to play catchup! What are you doing in your teaching that others might like to hear about? There are some great things happening in FoBJBS…we’ve seen them. It’s time to share…before the deadline: 15 July.
With just over two months to go until the annual L&T Symposium, regos are rolling in. For those not attending a pre-symposium school meeting, Geoff Scott is running a seminar on social entrepreneurship education. And we’ve organised a professional photographer so leave the trackie dacks at home!
Sign-ups for our hands on workshops at the L&T Symposium will open soon. To whet your appetite here are some details on four of them