The project addresses the question: How do we redevelop original university classroom spaces to support new ways to enable and facilitate student learning in a cost effective manner? The project derived a set of principles to help guide the redevelopment of existing spaces and provides. a series of theoretical and practical resources, available via the project website.
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Developing pedagogical models for building creative workforce capacities in undergraduate students
Learning support in mathematics and statistics in Australian universities: a guide for the university sector
Retrofitting University Learning Spaces - Final Report
Library and information science education 2.0: guiding principles and models of best practice
Towards a Pedagogy of Supervision in the Technology Disciplines
Bridging the gap: matching students and staff through discipline-based self-evaluation and co-creation of more appropriate pedagogies in engineering
Enhancing student learning in the workplace through developing the leadership capabilities of clinical supervisors in the nursing discipline
This project aimed to build the leadership capacity of clinical supervisors in the nursing discipline by developing, implementing and systematically embedding a leadership model in the structure and practice of student supervision. The Leadership in Clinical Education (LaCE) program consisted of two structured workshops complemented by individual personal development projects undertaken by participants. A website providing access to a wide variety of information and other learning resources was developed.
ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: developing a sustainable community of practice
This report documents Stage Two of the Australian ePortfolio Project (AeP2), which explored the current scope of national and international ePortfolio communities of practice in order to identify the factors that have contributed to their success and sustainability. A toolkit of six concept guides, targeted at the various stakeholders involved in ePortfolio use and providing information on managing privacy, is provided in Appendix 1. The project website provides additional resources.
Investigating the application of IT generated data as an indicator of learning and teaching performance
Quantitative diversity: disciplinary and cross-disciplinary mathematics and statistics support in Australian universities
"Caught between a rock and several hard places": Cultivating the roles of the Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) and the Course Coordinator
The teaching and assessment of statistical thinking within and across disciplines
ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: Informing excellence in policy and practice
Stage one of the project explored the current scope of national and international ePortfolio practice in higher education in Australia. An analysis of ePortfolio contexts identified government policy, technical standards, academic policy and learning and teaching as contexts where strategies may be employed to support effective practice. The types of ePortfolios used was documented and issues in relation to implementation identified. Additionally, innovative practice in ePortfolio use in higher education was explored and recommendations made to guide policy developments.
AeP Final Report
This report presents the findings of the AeP project survey (AeP PS). Current and emerging e-portfolio practice in post compulsory education is described, and the e-portfolio scene in late 2010 and late 2007 are compared. The critical success factors for e-portfolio use were widely acknowledged to relate to funding and staffing, as well as the need for adequate support for students in areas of pedagogy, or ‘e-portfolio learning’, and IT. Good planning processes and appropriate staff development were also significant factors.
Professional education in built environment & design
Leadership and the impact of academic staff development and leadership development on student learning outcomes in higher education: a review of the literature
This report explores the existing evidence of the effect on student learning outcomes in undergraduate higher education study of:
1. Staff/professional development
3. Leadership development.
As the main focus of this report is not on leadership per se but on the impact of leadership on the student learning outcomes of retention, persistence and achievement, we primarily looked at evidence for that impact rather than on leadership generally.
Promoting resilience and effective workplace functioning in international students in health courses
Re-conceptualising and re-positioning Australian library and information science education for the twenty-first century
Leadership in Indigenous research capacity building
Implementing and embedding an Indigenous research methodologies master class module
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