Resource Library

The Resource Library contains a collection of higher education learning and teaching materials flowing from projects funded by the Commonwealth of Australia including those from the Australian Learning and Teaching Council.

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107 resources found.

Leadership and assessment: strengthening the nexus

Dr Marina Harvey, Associate Professor Sharon Fraser
Macquarie University
2008
Macquarie University
Final report Download Document (924.24 KB)

Strategic leadership for institutional teaching and learning centres: developing a model for the 21st century

Dale Holt
Deakin University
2010
Deakin University
Macquarie, Monash, RMIT, UNE, UoN
Final Report Download Document (1.33 MB)
A Guide to Support Australian University Teaching and Learning Centres Download Document (1.64 MB)

Building academic staff capacity for using eSimulations in professional education for experience transfer

Jacob Cybulski, Dale Holt, Stephen Segrave, David O'Brien, Judy Munro, Brian Corbitt, Ross Smith, Martin Dick, Ian Searle, Hossein Zadeh, Pradipta Sarkar, Mike Keppell, Deb Murdoch, Ben Bradley
Deakin University
2010
Deakin University

E-simulations are capable of immersing learners in ‘authentic’ e-learning environments, providing innovative and valid teaching and assessment that is seamlessly interwoven in the process of skill acquisition and experience transfer. The Resource Guide contributes to the development of the capacities required by educational institutions to design, develop, implement, evaluate and research the impacts of e-Simulations. The project website provides additional supporting documents and useful links.

CSU, RMIT
Final Report Download Document (7.68 MB)
Resource Guide Download Document (9.05 MB)

Finding Common Ground: enhancing interaction between domestic and international students

Sophie Arkoudis, Xin Yu, Chi Baik, Shanton Chang, Ian Lang, Kim Watty, Helen Borland, Amande Pearce, Josephine Lang
The University of Melbourne
2010
The University of Melbourne

The Final Report presents an investigation of how peer interaction can be designed and used, within the teaching and learning environment, to engage domestic and international students.  A key outcome was the development of a six-dimensional conceptual frameworkwhich underpins the resources produced for the project.  Potential obstacles to student interaction, from both teaching and learning perspectives, are identified.  A DVD, Finding Common Ground, a student flyer, and background paper are available from the project website.

This guide describes the dimensions of the Interaction for Learning Framework: planning interaction, creating environments for interaction, supporting interaction, engaging with subject knowledge, developing reflexive processes, and fostering communities of learners. The background paper, Finding common ground: Challenges and opportunities for enhancing interaction between domestic and international students, is included in the Guide.

RMIT, VU
Final Report Download Document (1.71 MB)
Finding Common Ground Guide for Academics Download Document (1.52 MB)

Enhancing frameworks for assuring the quality of learning and teaching in university offshore education programs

Thomas O'Donoghue, Anne Chapman, David Pyvis, Tania Aspland, Ian Melville
The University of Western Australia
2010
The University of Western Australia
CUT, USC
Final Report Download Document (859.75 KB)

Project EnROLE Blue Report: encouraging role based online learning environments

Sandra Wills, Elizabeth Rosser, Elizabeth Devonshire, Elyssebeth Leigh, Carol Russell, John Shepherd
University of Wollongong
2009
University of Wollongong
Macquarie, Sydney, UNSW, UTS
Final report Download Document (11.84 MB)

Investigating the efficacy of culturally specific academic literacy and academic honesty resources for Chinese students

Paul Whitelaw, Fiona Henderson, Penny Jose, Li Defeng, Gao Cuiming, Shi Wenjie, Li Qinxi
Victoria University
2010
Victoria University

The project team conducted research into the use of culturally specific multimedia resources to help Chinese students better understand the principles of academic literacy and plagiarism. Key theoretical concepts addressed included dealing with ideas and knowledge, transition and acculturation, critical thinking, prescriptive activities and creativity, and general academic conduct in an Australian university environment. The project website presents research and resources.

Final Report Download Document (1.67 MB)

Institutional Leadership Project

Linda Hort, Denise Higgins
The Australian National University
2008
The Australian National University
Final report Download Document (8.42 MB)

Leadership for implementing improvements in the learning and teaching quality cycle

Loraine Bennett, Christine Tasker, Joy Whitton
Monash University
2008
Monash University
Final Report Download Document (3.03 MB)

Developing multilevel leadership in the use of student feedback to enhance student learning and teaching practice

James Barber, Sandra Jones, Brenda Novak
RMIT University
2009
RMIT University
Final report Download Document (1.68 MB)

The seamless integration of Web3D technologies with university curricula to engage the changing student cohort

Peter Albion, Penny de Byl, Janet Taylor, David Jones
University of Southern Queensland
2010
University of Southern Queensland
CQU
Final Report Download Document (543.75 KB)

Teaching Fellowship: Benchmarking Partnerships for Graduate Employability

Professor Beverley Oliver
Curtin University of Technology
2010
Curtin University of Technology
Fellowship Final Report Download Document (2.97 MB)

Designing next generation places of learning: collaboration at the Pedagogy-Space-Technology nexus

Professor David Radcliffe, Mr Hamilton Wilson, Mr Derek Powell, Ms Belinda Tibbetts
The University of Queensland
2008
The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland has demonstrated that student learning is a priority in a variety of ways. The primary goal is to fully develop, rigorously test int eh field, thoroughly evaluate and disseminate widely a new design framework. The project will involve the design, demonstration and evaluation of three distinct types of learning environment using this unified approach that have been pioneered at the University. At the completion of this project, there will be at least three new learning spaces - one library, one collaborative learning centre and one advanced concept teaching space. These spaces will embody new ways of learning, new ways to use space and next generation technology. They will be exemplars at the very leading edge of world-wide learning practice. Teh major transferable outcome of the project will be the new design framework based on the pedagogy-space-technology nexus.

Final Report Download Document (445.33 KB)

The RED Report - Recognition, Enhancement, Development - The contribution of sessional teachers to higher education

Alisa Percy, Michele Scoufis, Sharon Parry, Allan Goody, Margaret Hicks, Ian Macdonald, Kay Martinez, Nick Szorenyi-Reischl, Yoni Ryan, Sandra Wills, Lynn Sheridan
The University of New South Wales
2008
The University of New South Wales
ACU National, JCU, SCU, UNE, UniSA, UoW, UWA
The RED Report Download Document (380.93 KB)
The RED Resource Download Document (799.5 KB)

Creating Accessible Teaching and Support for Students with Disabilities

Tony Payne, Profesor Denise Kirkpatrick, Christine Goodacre, Dr Pat McLean
University of Tasmania
2006
University of Tasmania
Final Report Download Document (139.43 KB)
Poster Download Document (959.96 KB)

Promoting learning and teaching communities

Denise Higgins
The Australian National University
2009
The Australian National University
Final Report Download Document (8.42 MB)

Linuxgym: A sustainable and easy-to-use automated developmental assessment tool for computer scripting skills

Dr Andrew Solomon, Professor Jenny Edwards, Dr Raymond Lister, Associate Professor Judy Kay, Dr John Shepherd
University of Technology, Sydney
2008
University of Technology, Sydney

The project focuses on the adaptation, further development and dissemination of LinuxGym, a system for improving IT students’ scripting skills through automated developmental assessment and feedback. Linuxgym will be both a desktop application and an online library of clearly categorized questions.

Final Report Download Document (667.67 KB)

The impact of web-based lecture technologies on current and future practices in learning and teaching

Maree Gosper, David Green, Margot McNeill, Rob Phillips, Greg Preston, Karen Woo
Macquarie University
2008
Macquarie University
Final Report Download Document (3.42 MB)

The GREEN Report: The development of leadership capacity in higher education

Dr Geraldine Lefoe, Dominique Parrish, Professor Gail Hart, Associate Professor Heather Smigiel, Dr Linda Pannan
University of Wollongong
2008
University of Wollongong
Flinders, La Trobe, UTAS
Final report Download Document (1.36 MB)
Resource Download Document (4.21 MB)

Enhancing the student educational experience through school-based curriculum improvement leaders

Professor Jan Thomas, Rick Cummings, Renato Schibeci, Kate Lowe, Rob Phillips, Sue Roberts, Brenda Scott-Ladd
Murdoch University
2008
Murdoch University
Final Report Download Document (1.72 MB)

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