The Division of Learning and Teaching (DLT) works in partnership with Faculties, Schools and Divisions to deliver exception learning and teaching experiences for our staff and students. We do this through providing leadership and support in course and subject design and development, academic development and learning technologies.
The Division sits within the Academic portfolio and reports into the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic). On the 2nd of March 2020, the division transitioned into a new structure with the following core functions:
The Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching) is responsible for providing leadership and strategic oversight of the Division’s remit of enabling and partnering with the faculties to deliver high quality learning experiences and successful outcomes for our students, as well as providing business development support for market-oriented courses. It also provides the key supporting functions of human resource planning, budgeting, communication, project management, and policy.
Faculty Service Teams provide subject and course design, development, and delivery services to a specific faculty. Services include educational learning design support through the course review and design process, learning resource development as part of subject development processes, learning analytic support in evaluating and refining courses and subjects and in responsive teaching, and learning technology and other professional development and support to assist with high quality subject delivery.
Specialist Roles: There are a number of staff members with specialist roles that in addition to their role within Faculty Service Teams work across all three faculties. Examples include strategically funded roles leading the Graduate Learning Outcomes and the Learning and Teaching Framework, Lecturers in Academic Development, and specialists in Learning Technologies and Learning Analytics.
Please see our an outline of our new team here: