Leading up to your EDRS conversation, this session will guide you through the process of uploading your artefact and reflection into CRO, and finalising your scholarly activity for this year.
Step by step instructions will be given, as well as examples of reflections and ideas for developing your reflection.
Facilitated by Denise Wood
As we move towards our next round of scholarly activity goals, are you interested in understanding ways to build your scholarship capability? This webinar will help!
A webinar presented by HES Academic Quality Forum
In the context of the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2015 (HES Framework), ‘scholarship’ means those activities concerned with gaining new or improved understanding, appreciation and insights into a field of knowledge, and engaging with and keeping up to date with advances in the field (TEQSA, 2021).
Join expert guest speakers, Professor Shona Leitch, Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education (Learning, Teaching and Quality) RMIT University and Professor Anthony Whitty Director, Learning and Teaching at ACU in our upcoming webinar on Scholarship and Academic Quality.
Our speakers will explore evidencing the scholarship of teaching and learning; a culture of compliance versus impact; what the scholarship narrative looks like in a dual sector institution and aligning into expectations around education capability and much more!
The Library has a wide range of material that can be incorporated into your subject reading list, including eBooks, online multimedia databases, videos & anatomy resources.
In this session we’ll showcase the varied online resources provided by the Library and outline the most efficient & appropriate ways to share these resources with your students.
This session will use Leganto to explore reading list creation and customisation; and how you can use the Library’s Using Leganto: For Staff library guide to create a reading list for your subjects.
Leganto offers some great advantages including:
- customised layout options
- student use and engagement metrics
- centralised readings for all subject cohorts; and
- avenues to collaborate with other academics.
Copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to creators of original works. As soon as ideas or thoughts are made into material form such as written, audio-visual recording, painting, photograph etc., they are referred to as works, at which point they are protected by copyright legislation.
Join this session to learn how to uphold the rights of creators and users under the Copyright Act 1968 when referring students to resources.