Students often congregate in groups of similar backgrounds, unknowingly affecting their university experience. But, as our PhD candidate Sam Marangell found, some thoughtful interventions by lecturers can help avoid this.Research
Bluetooth technology has helped reveal how visitors explore museum exhibitions, and how much they learn in the process.Research
A University-wide peer review of teaching program to improve the quality of teaching, learning and the educational experience of students at the University of Melbourne.Professional Development
A formal welcome to the University for new academic staff on level D and above. 9.45am-1.45pm, 8 February 2019.Event
A welcome event for new PhD, Professional Doctorate, Masters by Research and MPhil candidates of the University of Melbourne.Event
A program on the fundamentals of effective higher education teaching for University of Melbourne graduate researchers.Professional Development
A formal welcome event for academic staff on levels A, B and C. 8.30am-1.30pm, 11 February 2019.Event
Can Australia's universities cope with the next international enrolments shock?News
Coursework program to develop leadership skills and capacity in Indigenous research. Apply today.Professional Development
Part time course for teaching staff in an Australian higher education institution, or staff of vocational education and training institutions who plan to teach at a higher education level. Apply by 3 January 2019.Professional Development
Findings from the 2017 survey of cost of living challenges for university students in Australia.Research
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