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All posts by Asimo Krizan

Meet the finalists for the Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards, 2020

Join us in congratulating all our Highly Commended Finalists in the running for this year's Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards. Bravo!

/ 20 October, 2020

Final Call: Learning and Teaching Awards closing soon

Vice-Chancellor’s Learning and Teaching Awards close 24 July

/ 6 July, 2020

Peer nominations are now open

Nominate your peer for a Learning and Teaching Award!

/ 29 May, 2020

Will YOU be amongst the VC’s award winners this year?

The 2020 Vice Chancellor's Learning & Teaching Awards are now open. Closing date 24 July.

/ 12 May, 2020

Achieve national recognition with an AAUT or AFR award

The Widening Participation Team (pictured above) were the 2019 ‘Equity and Opportunity Award’ recipients in the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards. Could YOU or your TEAM be the next 2020 Macquarie recipient(s) of one of these prestigious national awards?...

/ 7 May, 2020
Kira Westaway

The Reality of Learning: VR Experiences

Virtual-reality is now a key tool in higher-education. Hear Associate Professor Kira Westaway share the amazing benefits and real-life experiences that virtual reality can offer students.

/ 6 March, 2020
Cath Dean - Educating for success 2020

The Macquarie MD Assessment Portfolio

Educating for success means offering students the opportunity to track their learning and development. Hear Professor Catherine Dean from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences speak on how the Macquarie Assessment Portfolio (MAP) is allowing our doctors of the...

/ 5 March, 2020

Integrating technology with face to face learning

Education in the digital age is a much-discussed topic. Dr Matthew Bailey recently explored the idea himself in his Educating for Success: 2020 presentation. Hear him speak on the development of online study components that enhance in-class activities and group...

/ 4 March, 2020
Taryn Jones

Assessment fit for the modern graduate

How do we prepare future health professionals for the modern workplace? Associate Professor Taryn Jones answers this question by looking at the programmatic approach to assessments.

/ 3 March, 2020