There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

AI in teaching in is imminent. Josiah Koh (Open Polytechnic NZ), Michael Cowling and Meena Jha (CQU), and Kwong Nui Sim (Auckland UT) explain what’s about to go on as learning packages create the base for educational intelligence.

plus James Guthrie on what Uni Wollongong’s annual report reveals about the businesses it is in.

with, Understand reporting requirements for equity funding? Oh that it was so. There are new rules for evaluating the impact of initiatives. But fortunately, there are ways to find out what you need to know. Sonal Singh (UTS) and Nadine Zacharias (Swinburne U) explain in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s celebrated series, Needed now in learning and teaching.

And in Expert Opinion

The university teacher of the year awards are on again (thanks Universities Australia) which is good – but Australia’s great learning and teaching culture deserves more.  Liz Johnson (Deakin U) and Sally Kift (president, Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows) set out what could be done and what should be done to foster learning and teaching research and achievements. HERE

Tim Winkler (Twig Marketing) has been to a bunch of open-days to find that they can present what managements like to see,  which isn’t necessarily what prospective students want to hear. In CMM, Tim talks about where open days are and where they need to be. HERE