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Academic Integrity Teaching Practice

Academic Integrity Handbook

All professions have acceptable “Codes of Conduct”.  Within Academia, Academic Integrity forms part of it’s “Code of Conduct”.  It includes the code value of honesty in academic writing, and is not exclusively a student related issue.  Academic Integrity is however a value that students need to be exposed to and the skills necessary to perform […]

Preparing Your Unit Teaching Practice

Developing Tailored Study Plans for the New Higher Education Environment

The following discussion is a synopsis of OurTeaching-Community of Practice session held on Friday 18th September, during which time Professor Joe Shapter discussed the potential for “individualized study plans” for students in the Australian higher education environment Professor Joe Shapter is currently an OLT Teaching Fellow and the Dean School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, […]

Preparing Your Unit Teaching Practice

Analysing Exemplars to Support Students’ Understandings of Assessment by David Carless

David Carless is Professor of Educational Assessment and Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) in the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong. His most recent book was published by Routledge in April 2015 and is entitled: Excellence in University Assessment: Learning from award-winning practice http://davidcarless.edu.hku.hk/ https://twitter.com/carlessdavid     Introduction David Carless has researched and published extensively […]

Collaborate Skype for Business

Skype for Business

Skype for Business (Lync) is a communication and collaboration tool that lets you use your computer or mobile device to instant message, video-chat, schedule online video meetings/webinars, share screen and content with colleagues and students. Skype is the free consumer (public) product used by individuals and small businesses to communicate and collaborate online. Skype is […]

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Assessment Procedure – Schedule C for Higher Education Courses

  ASSESSMENT (HIGHER EDUCATION COURSES) PROCEDURE – SCHEDULE C All online tests included as part of the unit/course’s summative assessment should meet the standards outlined in Assessment (Higher Education Courses) Procedure – Schedule C: Standards for Administering Unsupervised Online Tests which are Automatically Computer-Marked at Deakin University. Schedule C: Standards for Administering Unsupervised Online Tests […]

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Authentic Assessment Methods – Handbook for Teaching Staff

The purpose of this handbook is to assist teaching staff in implementing Deakin University’s strategic policy direction by scaffolding authentic assessment practices. The key objective is to provide a succinct and concise reference handbook for assessment strategies to realise Deakin’s vision of ‘empowering learners for the jobs and skills of the future’. The handbook provides […]

Preparing Your Unit Teaching Practice

Embracing Digital Technologies in Accounting Education

The joint 2014 CPA-funded, Deakin project titled: Innovative teaching, learning and assessment in accounting education is designed to encourage and assist academics to adopt a broader use of technology when teaching undergraduate students accounting. The project explored and identified the current status of technology adoption and use in accounting education in Australia. With a focus […]

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Let’s Binder!

What is Binder? Binder offers learners an intuitive and engaging experience with eTextbooks and other course content, right from a desktop, or today’s leading tablets – online or offline. Designed to help students stay productive anytime, anywhere, 1 in 4 use it as their daily companion. Get Started with Binder: Step 1: Download the Binder […]