- strategies for course leaders
- the structure of this guide
- who to call on for assistance.
- who are our learners
- roles of course leaders
- Deakin’s learning and teaching strategy
- external context for our courses.
- how to design your course to deliver the best learning for your students
- what University requirements must be met
- features of Deakin courses, including work-integrated learning, use of professional practice credentials and Deakin Hallmarks.
- principles of cloud-first learning design
- creation of engaging learning experiences
- features of Deakin’s cloud and physical learning spaces
- how Deakin supports the student experience.
- how to design assessment to support effective learning and assure achievement
- policy requirements that affect assessment design
- how to provide effective feedback that assists learning
- how to ensure that consistent standards are applied in assessing student work
- what you need to know about managing assessment and finalising results.
- what student conduct amounts to a breach of academic integrity
- what you can do to promote academic integrity and minimise breaches
- how to detect student cheating
- how to respond to suspected breaches.
- the eVALUate survey and how to interpret student comments
- other course information and indicators of quality
- awards recognising teaching excellence.
- processes for course approvals, revisions, continuations and discontinuations
- integrated system for course and unit reviews
- external peer review of assessment requirements.
- admission standards and selection processes
- credit that can be granted towards a course for prior or concurrent learning
- institutional pathway arrangements
- credit application process
- Deakin’s strategic agenda
- Course policy suites
- Courses and awards
- Admissions and credit
- Course design delivery
- Academic progress
- Academic integrity
- Quality assurance.