2017 orientation events for staff and graduate researchers
Taking place in February. For academic staff and graduate researchers of the University of Melbourne only.Orientation
Academic promotions briefings
Briefings for academics applying for promotion in 2017 are taking place 6 and 7 Feb.Info sessions
Graduate Certificate in University Teaching
2017 course starts 24 February.Award course
Professional Certificate in Indigenous Research
8-14 February 2017.Award course
Online Tertiary Education Management courses
LH Martin Institute's online courses in tertiary education management are accepting applications for 2017.Award course
Melbourne Teaching Certificate
For University of Melbourne staff with teaching responsibilities. Semester 1 program starts 17 Feb.Professional Development Program
Teaching Skills for Graduate Researchers
For currently enrolled grad researchers of the University of Melbourne. Semester 1 program starts 20 Feb.Professional Development Program
Researcher Development with RIC
A suite of activities to help University staff and researchers to better understand research, innovation and commercialisation.Professional Development Program
University of Melbourne Excellence Awards
Congratulations to all our 2016 winners.News
Professional development for supervisors of graduate researchers
Choose between online or face-to-face workshops.Professional Development Program
Melbourne Engagement Lab
2017 workshops to support the University's engagement strategy.Professional Development Program
Completing the Loop
Returning meaningful learning analytic data to teachersResearch project
Graduate Communication Skills: High Impact Practices for Academic Program Leaders
Enhancing Student Wellbeing
A project to assist universities in developing policies, curriculum and learning environments that promote student mental health and wellbeing.Research project
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Study programs for international institutions
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The Melbourne CSHE administers a program of University of Melbourne staff awards which recognise excellence in research, teaching, engagement, strategic priorities and professional support and services for students and fellow staff. Award winners may also be nominated by the University for national awards, such as the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
We provide contemporary teaching resources that are of benefit to staff at the University of Melbourne and the wider sector. To make finding a resource easy, we have categorised them into the following categories:
Papers exploring contemporary issues and trends in higher education.
A framework for teaching
Teaching resources for framework for teaching.
Resources for curriculum design including research Nexus, designing interdisciplinary curricula and more.
Resources for assessment including good feedback practices, guide for reviewing assessment and more.
Teaching in practice
Resources for teaching in practice such as writing learning outcomes, Melbourne sessional teachers' handbook and more.
First time teachers
Resources for those new to university teaching.
Resources for eLearning and Online Learning such as Data snapshots, elearning professionals development framework and more.
Feedback on teaching
Resources for feedback on teaching such as collegial feedback on teaching: A guide to peer review.
Graduate Research ePortfolio
The GReP is a place for graduate researchers to find online courses, resources and connect with other researchers across the University of Melbourne
Tertiary students' mental health
Documents from the 2011 National Summit on the Mental Health of Tertiary Students
Videos on effective teaching
In these vignettes, academics discuss their design of particular activities to foster student learning.
More videos on our Vimeo channel
Watch more videos on our Vimeo channel. Videos include presentations given at our seminars and interviews with colleagues from across higher education.
Funding for the development of teaching
National (OLT) grants scheme (for University of Melbourne staff only)
The Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (Melbourne CSHE) conducts research and professional development in the fields of higher education teaching and learning, research, engagement and leadership and management.
We aim to deliver quality and innovation in each of these fields through our signature research themes, distinctive projects, practical programs and special events.
The Melbourne CSHE is also home to the LH Martin Institute for Tertiary Education Leadership and Management.
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