More updates on the new Subject Outlines Tool, new technology available, introducing our new ALLaN Faculty Liaison and the BJBS Information Literacy team.
The Transform Online Learning (TOL) pilots continue across the Faculty and Division of Student Services. This update includes a focus on the Online Study Advisor (OSA) pilot from Peter Greening and student feedback from Sarah Hyde.
To celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, take some time to learn about what you can do to make learning easier for all students.
Ramp up your digital skills and learn all about social media for researchers, data visualisation and altmetrics…and more. And while you’re at it, take a look at what’s happening with study groups, eAssessment and even ‘upstairs’!
This month there are updates on the special considerations workflow, the new Subject Outlines Tool, changes with ALLaN Faculty Liaison and new library resources. Oh, and if you haven’t given feedback on our L&T Symposium…
This month our Faculty has been in the news regarding some excellent initiatives, including support for a national inquiry, our engineering program being internationally recognised as an emerging leader in engineering education, and our work with the business community through CenWest Innovate.
This month there is lots of HDR news, with the 3-minute thesis expressions of interest and mid-year doctorate colloquium in June.
There are lots of professional development opportunities this month, along with new library resources to support research development.
Research fellowships, funding opportunities, and publications.
The Transform Online Learning (TOL) project team has now been formed, and our pilots of the TOL subject pilots (read about Sam Parker’s experiences in MGT220) and the Six Intake Model are progressing smoothly. We’ve also have begun trialling the use of Online Study Advisors (OSAs).