Cheered on by the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Vice-Chancellor Professor S. Bruce Dowton, more than 1000 students from around the Asia Pacific recently attended Australia’s largest student robotics competition to put their skills to the test.
Tag Archives: Learning and teaching
Student survey order site open now
Student unit and teaching evaluation surveys for Session 1 units can now be ordered.
Help your students develop key academic skills
Learn more about available support to help your students understand university expectations and develop key reading, writing and critical thinking skills.
Office 365: New training schedule and support
Training dates, key things to know, and Office 365 experience survey.
Indigenous Strategy Green Paper forum: You’re invited
Green Paper feedback closes next Friday 29 January and all staff are invited to register to attend the Indigenous Strategy Forum to learn more about the Green Paper’s vision and priorities.
Learning for the future starts today
Introducing the short-from Learning and Teaching Strategic Framework 2015-2020.
Open now to order: Learner Experience Unit and Learner Experience of Teaching surveys
It’s a short session so get your orders in early.
The first steps: Building our capacity for Indigenous excellence
The Indigenous Strategy Green Paper is now open for feedback, and staff are encouraged to help shape a whole of University approach to Indigenous inclusion, access and participation.
Learning Skills support during Session 3
Does your unit require good time management? Do your assessment tasks require strong writing and referencing skills? The Learning Skills Group is ready to help.
Academic integrity workshops
Staff are invited to take part in workshops focused on embedding a renewed culture of personal integrity and ethical good practice throughout University academic programs.
Census dates are changing in 2016
Session 1 and Session 2 Census dates will change in 2016. Read on to find out what the dates are and how this might affect you.
National honour for three of our best
Congratulations to Dr Trudy Ambler, Dr Marina Harvey and Dr Jayde Cahir (pictured L-R, with The Hon Phillip Ruddock MP) on receiving Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.