For a third term in a row—and despite the challenges of the current lockdown—T2 2021 myExperience outcomes show undergraduate satisfaction with teaching is the highest on record since the survey was introduced in Semester 1, 2017.
The Career Accelerator and Educational Delivery Services team commenced building ZZBU6007 Career Navigator, a new career development course in T1 2021, and are excited for its first delivery in T2 2022.
At a recent summit, senior academic leaders across the Australian tertiary education sector shared their thoughts about the biggest challenges facing education focussed (EF) academics today and how to address them
UNSW Online has launched the new Graduate Certificate in Finance which provides students with the fundamental knowledge to make sound financial decisions at all business levels in both domestic and global contexts.
Dr Natalia Ceberio Ortiz tackled 2021 with a revised vision for her lectures. Her instinct was that having first-time Spanish learners in breakout rooms on Zoom would only work if they felt confident in participating.
Professor Gary Velan (Co-Director of the UNSW Scientia Education Academy and Senior Vice Dean, Education in UNSW Medicine & Health) shares his thoughts on why myEducation ePortfolio is a valuable platform for teachers to showcase achievements.
The new Graduate Certificate in Business provides students with the fundamentals of business, as well as contemporary subjects including Strategies for Disruption, Managing with Digital Technology, and Analytics and Business.
To address a gap in student orientation, UNSW Online trialled an O-Week webinar to enable new students to connect with members of faculty, network with their peers and to learn about the variety of services and resources available at UNSW.
Associate Professor Adrienne Torda, Senior Lecturer Dr David Kellerman, and Senior Lecturer Dr Lynn Gribble are all Education Focussed academics who have each been awarded a Citation for outstanding achievements in university teaching at the 2020
Dr Ulises Alejandro Argueta-Robles from the School of Biomedical Engineering works with the EDDS team to devise a solution to combat the set of challenges that came with the inability to remotely invigilate online exams.