Together with colleagues from Pearson Australia, the Online Programs Team will be hosting a series of information sessions to provide staff with more information about the Pearson Partnership and its objectives.
It’s that time of the year again. With semester 1 only a matter of weeks away, we wanted to ensure that you are as prepared as possible. The start of this semester may be a little different to other years, as we need to acknowledge and take into account the effects of the travel ban. We’ve […]
Starting university can be an overwhelming experience. You might feel like an ant in a zoo, where chaos and uncertainty run rampant. The thought of study at a tertiary level might intimidate you and you might begin to doubt your academic abilities. The good news is that you aren’t alone. All students feel like this […]
Start your semester off on the right track with our MyUni top tips for students. Here are some tips and tricks for making MyUni work for you.
Learning Enhancement and Innovation have created a brand-new online resource to provide Academic and Professional staff with essential knowledge on the use of MyUni. We caught up with Joanne England, Senior Learning Designer, whose team created the Intro to MyUni online course resource. Read on to find out more about what it is and why […]
The Learning Enhancement and Innovation unit is comprised of several teams that work across different aspects of learning and teaching. Our teams work collaboratively within the unit to achieve the shared goal of ‘building better graduates’. Each month, we will do a spotlight on an individual team to understand what roles they play within the […]
Written by Laura Airey The Academic Skills Resources are a collection of resources focused on supporting the development of essential capabilities to support students in creating various forms of academic work. They can now be accessed through the Assignment Help tab in MyUni, making them available to all students and academic staff.
Katy Dolman, Manager, Internships shares her knowledge on internships and how valuable they can be for students. Internships can provide experience for students in a real-life setting and will allow for students to continue developing soft-skills and and allow them to further expand their network.
Being involved in our PEP workshops, can fast track your course design process and allow you to enter the semester with a solid framework. Working with our learning designers and student representatives allows for a safe space for trial and error and for the development of new ideas. We spoke with Dr. Jerome Buhl about […]
We spoke with one of our newest Learning Designers, Dr Matthew Norris, who has been involved with the Program Enhancement Partnerships (PEP) and asked him to provide some insight to the process of PEP. Wiritten by Dr Matthew Noris, Learning Designer (Faculty of Sciences)