A report collating the ideas and outcomes from the VTAS Promoting Excellence Network event, hosted by the University of Tasmania (Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart) on 11th/12th December 2014, has been published. Thanks to Melody West for sharing this with the Network. Event Report UTAS
University of Tasmania – Quality Pursuit: Give us your voice and register your interest NOW!
You are invited to participate in the Quality Pursuit Pilot Survey, a ten (10) minute survey on quality enhancement activities in your institution. The Australian tertiary education sector is under increasing pressure to provide evidence of quality assurance of learning and teaching. As part of a quality enhancement curriculum project, called “Quality Pursuit” at the …
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New OLT Final report available
A new OLT Final report has been released recently from a VTAS institution: Learning and teaching in public spaces (LTPS) 2014 - Victoria University, lead institution.
New OLT Final reports available
Several new OLT Final reports have been released recently from VTAS institutions including the Final Report from the Vic-Tas Promoting Excellence Network: SI11-2129_VTAS_PEN-1 OLT Good Practice Report - English Language Proficiency 2014 Australian and New Zealand Paramedic Learning and Teaching Network (SI11-2128) Final Report 2013 - Part 1 Discipline Scholars Network - Final Report 2013 …
OLT National Peer Review Project
Register for Workshops on the Peer Review of Assessment A friendly reminder that we have 5 State-based workshops in the National Peer Review Network (in Assessment). Dates are now confirmed. Please send your expression of interest to Sara.Booth@utas.edu.au to participate in the workshops. These workshops are free. Register for Melbourne - National Peer Review Network …
More Final OLT Reports available
Can DVD Simulations be used to promote empathic behaviours and interprofessional collaboration among undergraduate healthcare students? - Associate Professor Brett Williams, Associate Professor Ted Brown, Professor Lisa McKenna, Dr Malcolm Boyle, Dr Claire Palermo, Associate Professor Elizabeth Molloy, Professor Debra Nestel, Associate Professor Louise McCall - Monash University ID11_2059_Williams_Report_ 2014 ID11_2059_Williams_Toolkit_2014 Evidence-based benchmarking framework for …
Peer Professional Learning Program for Awards: A model for building ‘excellence’