Updated guidance on moderation (including guidance on sampling method, applying moderation adjustments, and on evidencing moderation and evidencing any moderation adjustments is now applicable to all BJBS moderation.
Nicole Sugden, in the School of Psychology, has been awarded a Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning as part of the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) program. The award recognises Nicole as one of Australia’s exceptional university teachers!
An enterprising group of academics in our very own School of Psychology, lead by Paola Castillo and Robyn Brunton, have been working on an online ‘APA Style and Writing Guide’.
Lachlan Kalache, DLT Technology Lead, has created a simple process that allows you to import a single package file into your subject sites and then be able to create announcements from our Faculty template easily from then on.
Improvements to QUASAR have begun to roll in and are summarised here – all designed to make life easier for convenors, moderators and assessment committees.
Jump into 2021! Improvements to Zoom, i2 storage changes and updated BJBS moderation guidance.
The QUASAR team has listened to your feedback and made some changes, with more planned.
Keep those scholarship objectives rolling in, 202130 subject delivery guide now available, looking back and forward on online exams and some improvements to QUASAR.
The Customer Relationship Manager (Microsoft Dynamics) project has now launched it’s third stage, there’s an improved DIT page for academics and a reminder about the wealth of information it can provide about our students.
It’s not too late to register for Charles Sturt EdX, the University’s Learning and Teaching conference. There’s also help available to set a scholarship objective.