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Griffith Success in 2019 Group Learning and Teaching Citations

The University highly values the contributions of our staff to student learning and success. Each year we conduct awards schemes at both the University… Read More

Out & About | Professional Learning Events in July

Are you an educator interested in enhancing your teaching practice? Would you like the opportunity to receive collegial feedback on your teaching? Would… Read More

The Flipped Classroom – a Blended Learning Model

You’re invited to attend The Flipped Classroom – a Blended Learning Model, presented by RESCON and sponsored by Griffith University. This conference is for educators… Read More

Calling all early career educators: Interested in doing a poster presentation during Celebrating L&T Week?

This post was contributed by Dr. Jude Williams (SFHEA), Senior Consultant (Learning and Teaching), Learning Futures. … Curious to see… Read More

L&T Strategies shine at the Griffith Microsoft 365 Summit

Hands up a the Griffith University MS Summit 2019 Read More

Drop-in to explore Teaching Spaces in 30 minutes

New to Teaching Spaces at Griffith University? Digital Solutions are offering… Read More

Are you a Blackboard Innovator? Awards now open.

It’s that time of the year again, and Blackboard is about to hit the Conference circuit with their annual TLC (Teaching & Learning… Read More

Research and Scholarship in Work-Integrated Learning: Watch the recording of the session

Professor Stephen Billet (School of Education and Professional Studies) and Professor Ruth Bridgstock (Learning Futures)   On Tuesday 28 May, Learning Futures… Read More

Teaching for Learning Program – A pathway to HEA Associate Fellow (AFHEA)

If you are looking to enhance your career as an Educator at Griffith, the Teaching for Learning… Read More

Griffith Academics…ahead of the HERD!

HERD journal has just published a virtual special issue containing its most viewed articles across 37 years of operation, and our… Read More

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