- A high quality, student-focused learning experience.
- A vibrant, interactive campus experience that builds connections between students and
- staff and between students, including between domestic and international students.
- A transformational experience that builds students’ self-confidence, employability, and
- capacity to apply their skills and knowledge to a range of contexts through one or more, for-credit learning experiences, including work integrated learning, service learning, a research project/practicum and/or an international study or overseas experience
Griffith encourages the use of online learning resources to enhance the quality of on-campus teaching.
Demand from on-campus students for online augmentation of their programs and university experience is likely to increase, as is the demand for online education over the next decade. The use of computers by our future students is moving beyond simply accessing information and knowledge, to interaction, communication and transactions. It is important that academic staff become more skilled in the use of online teaching tools.
Griffith staff and students can access a wide range of tools and help in use of the learning management system, Learning@Griffith.
Griffith recognises that students expect to be able to access their learning materials whenever and wherever they wish. Even those enrolled in an on-campus mode expect a high level of flexibility in their capacity to complete much of their learning outside of the traditional classroom. The University is enhancing its profile in flexible delivery of programs through Griffith Online.