Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning

Awards for Programmes that Enhance Learning (Programme Awards) recognise learning and teaching support programmes and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning, and the quality of the student experience of higher education.

2011

Peer Review from A to Z for Education (PRAZE)

Raoul Mulder, Jon Pearce (Faculty of Science), David Adams, Gordon Yau, David Vasjuta, Gavin Leys (Learning Environments).

ALTC Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning

Innovation in Curricula, Learning and Teaching

2009

Beyond Serendipity: Structuring Early Clinical Skills
Learning for Medical Students

Dr Jennifer Conn, Ms Margo Collins, Associate Professor Agnes Dodds, Dr Ruth Sutherland
Medical Education Unit
Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences

ALTC Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning

Innovation in Curricula, Learning and Teaching

2006

Assessment for Learning: An Integrated and CALM Approach

Professor Nilss Olekalns, Assoc. Prof. Carol Johnston, Mr Paul Andonov and Ms Nahid Khan
Faculty of Economics and Commerce

Carrick Awards for Programs that Enhance Learning

Assessment and Feedback Category

2005

Postgraduate Essentials

Ms Teresa Tjia, Dr Jeanette Fyffe, Dr Wendy Larcombe, Dr Anthony McCosker, Ms Sabina Robertson, Ms Claire Brooks
School of Graduate Studies, the Language and Learning Skills Unit and the Information Division.

Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Institutional finalist

Enhancement of the Quality of Teaching and Learning in the Applicant's Institution

2004

A Multidimensional, Faculty-based approach to Student Support

Associate Professor Carol Johnston and TLU staff
Faculty of Economics and Commerce

Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Institutional Finalist

An Innovative and Practical Approach to the Provision of Support Services that Assist the Learning of Students

2003

Developing Postgraduates to Become the Leaders of Tomorrow

Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Institutional finalist

An Innovative and Practical Approach to the Provision of Support Services that Assist the Learning of Students

2001

The Transition Program, University of Melbourne

Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) - Institutional Award Winner

An Innovative and Practical Approach to the Provision of Support Services that Assist the Learning of Students

1998

University of Melbourne

Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) - Institutional Award Winner

Support for the Special Needs of International Students