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Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning (T&L) provides services and support to maintain and enhance academic innovation and quality across the University of Canberra, in line with the objectives of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic). These services include the development and implementation of good practice curriculum design; learning and scholarly information resources and technologies; assessment and feedback processes; and teaching and course quality.

T&L supports academic staff development for teaching and learning, including through the provision of staff development activities throughout the year. It provides access to teaching, learning, and scholarly information resources and services, in physical library and online learning environments. It develops and manages the University’s academic policies, and provides secretariat support to UC academic committees.

Library Services provides staff and students with access to a range of online and hard-copy resources. The Building 8 Library Commons at Bruce is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students can access Ask Advisors at the Library during designated hours for help with library, study, educational technology, and research questions.

New course development and course reviews are managed through T&L. Staff can get support in creating and developing new and existing courses, with reference to  the most recent learning resources and up-to-date curriculum, with the aim of providing a high-quality student learning experience.

T&L is part of the portfolio of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Vice-President.

Acting Director, Kim Blackmore