This month we welcomed Katie Clarke to the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences…
Online Library Workshops are being offered again in September. The workshops are a great way to help students stay up to date with research skills, find scholarly resources and discover what services the Library provides.
This month there are a variety of funding opportunities, both internal and external and a list of publications.
Are you using or thinking about using eBooks in your subject? Here’s how the Library can help.
In order to benefit from feedback, students need to understand its value and act on it, but there is strong evidence to suggest that students often don’t read feedback. How can ALLaN help you use feedback from your first assessment to provide individualised instruction for students and improve learning, teaching, and assessment in your subject? I’m glad you asked!
A new way of internationally benchmarking our online learning designs against other courses is on its way…are you interested in becoming involved and contributing to its development? One potential use of accredited subjects is for recognition in applications for academic promotion.
This month the Research blog highlights Professional Development opportunities, the 5 Minute Research Pitch for October, the Nagle Public Lecture and the new 2018 Code of Responsible Conduct for Research together with lines from the Library.
In this update you can read about the new staff who have joined the Faculty to work on TOL Phase #1. You can also find out about the outstanding success of our TOL Six Intake Session pilot.
We have new candidates, graduating candidates, inductions and our annual HDR conference, progress reports and a new Amplify Ignite competition!
Now that 201860 is underway, this post focuses on help with writing your exams and on having conversations with your students about cheating. There’s also an update on the Quasar project!