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Browse the workshops calendar to find out more about events coming up in Trimester 1, 2021. These workshops will help you prepare your course site and course content, engage your students in your course and teaching sessions, and refresh your assessment approaches. Academic staff orientation workshops are also scheduled, including Foundations of University Teaching, and orientation sessions for Course Convenors and Program Directors.
The latest from LF Press
Griffith Success in 2020 Group Learning and Teaching Citations
Each year Griffith conducts awards schemes at both the University level and within each Academic Group to recognise and reward outstanding achievements by teachers, teaching teams and program teams. The recipients for the 2020 round for Group Learning and Teaching Citations were recently announced b...
Congratulations to Mun Yee Lai – 100th recipient of a Teaching for Learning Program digital badge!
Mun Yee Lai, from the Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management (Griffith Business School) has just received the 100th digital badge awarded through the Teaching for Learning program. Mun Yee received the badge for successful completion of the Using Assessment for Learning module which is on...
July 20, 2020
New application to offer course advice to Undergraduate students
Griffith will be launching a Course Advisory application, Course Advisor, to staff and Undergraduate students (excluding Music) in September this year. Course Advisor will deliver personalised, consistent course advice for students. It will...
May 27, 2020
Future Work and Careers may take us places we didn’t expect: Are you ready for the Renaissance?
Our own Professor Ruth Bridgestock (Director, Curriculum & Teaching Transformation, Learning Futures) featured across a range of Australian Media across the last week talking about the changing and dynamic landscape of post-pandemic workforces, employability and new opportunities on the horizon....