The Griffith Institute for Higher Education is Griffith university's academic development unit. The GIHE provides evidence-based professional development programs and resources for academic staff, and is a leader in higher education research.
The GIHE staff team, guided by Griffith's Learning and Teaching Principles (PDF 88kb), work closely with academic colleagues and senior managers to address strategic priorities in learning and teaching in the University's Academic Plan.
Staff can register for professional development programs by viewing the available workshops and seminars and following the enrolment instructions, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the workshop name, your name, school and contact details.
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A project was recently undertaken to merge the resources from the GIHE website with the Learning and Teaching site. As a result, the majority of learning and teaching resources that were previously located on this site can now be found on the relaunched Learning and Teaching site.
Upcoming workshops and seminars
2013 dates for professional development are now online.
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