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A quality teaching model

Dr Sally Patfield and Laureate Professor Jenny Gore from the University of Newcastle (Australia) explain a model underpinning pedagogy-focused academic development.

A community of practice supporting pedagogical change

Amita Krautloher and Denise Wood from Charles Sturt University utilised a purposeful professional learning model for academics to support pedagogical change.


Utilising the classification of assessments

Dom McGrath, Christine Slade, and Lydia Kavanagh from the University of Queensland explain their approach to classifying assessment tasks that will lead to improved outcomes for students.


ChatGPT the homework machine

Samantha Newell from the University of Adelaide has extensively tested the limits and output of ChatGPT to help identify constructed submissions.


Addressing LGBTQI+ issues in curricula

Does the curriculum meet the needs of LGBTQI+ students and include their perspectives and experiences?


Investigating impact in higher education

Arshad Ahmad, Nancy Fenton, Leah Graystone, Anita Acai, Kelly E. Mathews & Denise Chalmers (2018). Investigating impact in higher education. Hammondville, NSW: HERDSA.


Celebrating fun through research

Rachel Hains-Wesson reflects on an international research seminar in Work-Integrated Learning