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The enhancement and evaluation of teaching and courses, class representation, academic timetabling, inclusive learning and teaching of students with impairments and information literacy.
Class Representation Policy
A framework for the operation of the class representation system.
Class Representation Guidelines
Further background and information to support the implementation of the Class Representation Policy.
Concurrent Teaching Policy
Outlines the requirements for faculties to ensure a clear difference is maintained between the different levels of courses taught concurrently.
Enhancement and Evaluation of Teaching and Courses Policy and Procedures
This policy provides a comprehensive framework for the enhancement and evaluation of the teaching and courses delivered by the University.
Enhancement and Evaluation Courses and Teaching Guidelines
Further guidance for staff and students about the collection of evidence within the framework for the enhancement, evaluation and quality assurance of teaching and courses delivered by the University.
Inclusive Learning and Teaching of Students with Impairments Guidelines
Principles and guidelines for faculties, service divisions, staff members and students for the inclusive learning and teaching of students with impairments.
Student Retention Policy
To outline a university-wide approach to improved student retention and support.
University Academic Timetable Policy
A framework for the use of a centrally-supported, computer-assisted process for establishing the timetable of teaching activities.
Work-Based Learning Policy (effective from 2 March 2020)
To direct the establishment and maintenance of University systems to support Work-Based Learning (WBL).
Work-Based Learning Procedures (effective from 2 March 2020)
To outline procedures to protect students engaged in WBL and to clarify the responsibilities of the parties involved.
Work-Based Learning Guidelines (effective from 2 March 2020)
To guide staff members on the establishment of formal University-initiated work-based learning (WBL) agreements.
Relevant other Policies and Guidelines for staff and students
Undergraduate Targeted Admissions Schemes (UTAS) policy and guidelines.
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