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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6 resources found.

Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Resources for Health, Medicine and Veterinary Science

Amanda Henderson, Maree O'Keefe
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Limited
2011
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Limited

Resources to support the development and use of academic learning and teaching standards for the health, medicine and veterinary science disciplines. These resources were developed during the Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Project.

LTAS Resources for Health, Medicine and Veterinary Science Download Document (82.81 KB)

Pharmacy experiential placements tool

Susanne Owen, Ieva Stupans, Greg Ryan, Leigh M. McKauge, Jim Woulfe
University of South Australia
2011
University of South Australia

A competency graduated descriptors tool for self-assessment and feedback in relation to early and late placement students.

The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney
Graduated Descriptors Download Document (255.76 KB)

Building capacity among emerging occupational therapy academic leaders in curriculum renewal and evaluation at UQ and nationally

Sylvia Rodger
The University of Queensland
2011
The University of Queensland

The Good Practice Guides serve as a quick reference guide for those undertaking curriculum design, renewal, review, and evaluation activities. Although developed for use within occupational therapy, the key principles described in the Guides have relevance for other health professions and curriculum development and renewal more broadly. Cases accompany many of these Good Practice Guides.

Compilation of all Fellowship Good Practice Guides & Cases Download Document (1.51 MB)
Guide 1: Role of the Curriculum Convenor or Programme Director Download Document (193.78 KB)
Guide 2: Whole of Program Curriculum Design Download Document (262.83 KB)
Guide 3: Principles of Curriculum Renewal and Change Download Document (297.82 KB)
Guide 4: Curriculum Leadership and Occupational Therapy Download Document (335.83 KB)
Guide 5: Developing a Community of Practice to Support Curriculum Reform Download Document (251.53 KB)
Guide 6: Managing Yourself as a Curriculum Leader and Change Agent and Managing Your Team Download Document (416.77 KB)
Guide 7: Developing Your Team’s Curriculum Vision Download Document (291.05 KB)
Guide 8: Developing your Team’s Educational Philosophy Download Document (351.35 KB)
Guide 9: Developing your Occupational Philosophy Download Document (367.86 KB)
Guide 10: Using Social Networking Tools to Support Communities of Practice Download Document (271.71 KB)
Guide 11: Curriculum Drivers in the Occupational Therapy Higher Education Context Download Document (370.3 KB)
Guide 12: Engaging with Stakeholders Download Document (322.39 KB)
Guide 13: Engaging Consumers as Stakeholders in Curriculum Design and Reform Download Document (383.01 KB)
Guide 14: Determining Curriculum Content Download Document (407.76 KB)
Guide 15: Curriculum Sequences from Gateways to Capstones Download Document (327.78 KB)
Guide 16: Transition Curriculum - Important Considerations for First Year Curriculum Download Document (345.51 KB)
Guide 17: Evaluating and Reflecting on the Impact of Curriculum Changes Download Document (390.44 KB)

Outcomes-based planning, graduated descriptors and quality indicators for pharmacy experiential placements

Susanne Owen, Ieva Stupans, Greg Ryan, Leigh M. McKauge, Jim Woulfe
University of South Australia
2011
University of South Australia

Outcomes from the project include: seventeen experiential learning and assessment tasks published within an online central repository website, the development and trialling of a competency graduated descriptors tool, and a quality indicators framework  indicating stakeholder responsibilities and pre-placement during placement and post placement aspects.  The online repository is available at the project website.

The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney
Final Report Download Document (2.15 MB)

Examining the impact of simulated patients and information and communication technology on nursing students’ clinical reasoning

Tracy Levett-Jones
The University of Newcastle
2011
The University of Newcastle
Final Report Download Document (2.38 MB)

Using team management systems to identify and build leadership for quality learning in clinical health care teams

Maree O’Keefe, Sue McAllister, Teresa Burgess, Ieva Stupans, Amanda LeCouteur
The University of Adelaide
2011
The University of Adelaide

Includes resources:  

  • A guide to using team management systems (tms) for learning and teaching quality improvement in health care teams
  • Student clinical placements: best practice checklist
Flinders University, University of South Australia
Final Report Download Document (1.4 MB)
Guide Download Document (411.02 KB)
Checklist Download Document (201.06 KB)