CAULLT webinar series: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Part 2: Leading to embed SOTL in your institutions 

Date: Friday 20 May 2022 

Time: 12 noon – 2.00pm (AEST) 

This webinar is directed to those responsible for the quality of curriculum at their university, whose focus is primarily the aggregate data of student experience, student success, retention and employability metrics which are used to justify the accreditation of your institution. This webinar will be facilitated by Ange Carbone from RMIT 

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Indigenous Knowledges in Curricula Community of Practice Soft Launch 

Date: Tuesday 12 April 2022 

Time: 10:00-12:00pm 

Health Sciences Lecture Theatre Complex Level 3 /via Teams 

You are invited to help shape the direction and focus of this new Community of Practice. Leading the launch and steering the CoP in its early stages will be Dr Courtney Ryder, Andrea McKivett and Associate Professor Annabelle Wilson.  

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Embedding industry practices in authentic assessment design assists to optimise the teaching, research, practice nexus: Shared academic experiences (webinar) 

Date: Tuesday 12 April 2022 

Time: 12pm AEST 

Embedding industry practices in authentic assessment design has multiple benefits for students in higher education, including improved attitudes to learning, self-reflection and application to their own lived experience. Such student engagement activity extends to multiple stakeholders, enabling multiple means of translating theory into practice. It also assists universities to design assessments that encourage academic integrity.
Under this model, academic staff are also better able to balance their industry research partnerships with their teaching, creating greater alignment with performance goals. Industry and government are also beneficiaries where student projects form part of broader research initiatives designed to produce policy and practice guidelines as outcomes.
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The challenge of inclusive WIL and the consequence of not prioritising it (ACEN Critical Conversations webinar) 

Date: Wednesday 27 April 2022 

Time: 11:30am AEST 

This webinar will use a disability lens to bring issues underpinning student engagement into focus. The Conversation will begin with a short presentation about current research findings. These findings indicate that universities do not sufficiently understand how students with disability think about their careers. As a result the sector misses opportunities, including through WIL, to develop students’ careers thinking and address issues that underpin their relationship with the world of work. The ramifications for other equity students will be considered in the Critical Conversation’s breakout sessions.
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