At the Australian Catholic University, scholarly teaching seeks to enhance students' learning experiences through improvements in the quality of teaching and learning experiences and outcomes. It involves reflective and scholarly evidence-based studies on students' learning, leading to innovations, changes or enhancements in practice. The importance of peer-review, public dissemination and sharing within a global community of practice contributes to building collective disciplinary and inter-disciplinary knowledge and an understanding of current issues and debates in higher education. Events such as the biennial ACU Learning and Teaching Conference and disciplinary learning and teaching seminars showcase academic inquiry into learning and teaching practice. ACU also actively supports the development of SoTL through faculty and institutional teaching development grants and teaching awards, peer review of teaching programs, and activities embedded in ACU's Graduate Certificate in Higher Education.