Category: Faculty of Arts

From the Faculty of Arts.

What interdisciplinary research training can tell us about teaching in higher education

How reflective writing and resistant reading can foster curiosity, critical thinking and creativity.

/ 23 November, 2023

Safeguarding academic integrity, connecting law students with markers: Assessment via viva voce

This Macquarie Law School teaching team has focused on authentic assessment via viva voce exams, not only to defend academic integrity, but also to accelerate student employability.

/ 1 March, 2023

Promoting Gender Studies through a new students and community network

Learn more about the Gendered Transnational Texts and Communities Network.

/ 28 July, 2021

Developing students’ literacy through embedding

With so much content to get through, it may feel impossible to teach literacy – the understanding and control of diverse and multiple modes of communication [1] – in your unit. The Learning Skills Unit, Library and the Numeracy Centre...

/ 28 June, 2021

Award-winning trifecta!

Congratulations to our award winning educators, Professor Matt Bower, Associate Professor Tiffany Jones and Alexandra Bhatti.

/ 25 February, 2021

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

Introducing ARTS1000

Article by Dr Jayde Cahir and Sonia Saddiqui Using the DDI methodology, the Faculty of Arts has been busy creating ARTS1000 Humanities and the World through a collaborative process involving students, academics and industry partners. Here’s a snapshot of what...

/ 19 July, 2019