Although there might be a few more tweaks, the draft program for this year’s L&T symposium is pretty much sorted. Click here to find out what’s planned and, if you haven’t already done so, register!
‘Ch-ch-ch-ch changes…’ begins the chorus of the well known David Bowie song. Change has been a constant for us at CSU in recent times. In his keynote address Geoff Scott will argue that teaching academics, are the key arbiters of successful change at universities.
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.
Why is the location of the L&T Symposium changing? Are too many GLOs too much of a good thing? Find out in the first Sub Dean L&T update for 2019!
With 201860 just around the corner, this post gives you an update on the i2 theme saga, information on internationally recognised fellowships, Quasars (are we in the right Faculty?) and a material sharing site to watch out for. Oh, and the 2019 L&T Symposium has been locked in!
More updates on the new Subject Outlines Tool, new technology available, introducing our new ALLaN Faculty Liaison and the BJBS Information Literacy team.
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…