Colleagues of Sherman Young share a few parting words as he finishes his time as Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching.
The new Academic Integrity Policy encourages all students and staff to complete the Academic Integrity Module. This new module takes around one hour to work through and builds awareness of academic integrity principles and practice at Macquarie.
Transitioning between school-based and higher education-based learning can be challenging. The team at MUIC and ELC, currently re-designing their curriculum, are exploring new strategies and developing more interactive activities to help smooth this transition pathway.
Walanga Muru’s Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training was launched last week, as part of NAIDOC Week Celebrations, at a enthusiastically-attended Learning and Teaching Exchange event. We heard from several members of the community about what cultural safety means to them.
At this year's HERDSA, Associate Professor Barbara Grant introduced the idea of "A Thousand Tiny Universities", a way to address current movements in the sector.
An overview of this week's Curriculum Architecture Town Hall, with links to the revised principles, information on the naming competitions and questions posed at the Town Hall are answered here.
The Research Enrichment Program’s free Annual Outlook Conference is on 24-25 July and features a wonderful array of speakers from diverse disciplines to expand on their vision for humanity’s future.