Take part in a short survey to help ACU enrich the learning environment through best practice research-led teaching.
As a University, it is extremely important that we ensure that our students’ learning and teaching experience is not only research-informed but, more particularly, it is actively and deliberately informed by the research of our University. To that end, Professors Kevin Ashford-Rowe and David Spencer, are leading the Delivering Research Informed Learning and Teaching (RILT) project, under the banner of Learning for Life, to better understand the extent to which the current learning and teaching experience of our students can be considered.
In order to progress this strategic initiative, we invite academic staff to spare 15 minutes to participate in a short survey that will allow the University to better understand the types of activities that are currently being conducted at ACU.
The survey results will also assist in the development of tools and resources to better support this important area of the student experience going forward and, inform our progress in meeting both Hallmark 5 of Learning for Life and, the expectations of the Higher Education Standards Framework.
Participation in this study is completely voluntary and anonymous.
For any further information about this project, please contact Melissa Collins, Project Officer, LTC,