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Registration for the 2016 Scholarship of Teaching Symposium is now open. This years'event will take place in the Engineering Building on Lismore campus, Wednesday 12 October, 9am-5pm. For further information and to register visit Scholarship of Teaching Symposium 2016

Professor Franziska Trede will present Exploring a mobile technology capacity building framework for workplace learning, Thursday 13 October 2016, 10am-Noon, room R1.68, Lismore. Staff are encouraged to bring their own device for the workshop. For further information and to register see Visiting Scholars.

The latest issue of HeadsUp is now available. This eNewsletter has been created specifically for SCU teaching staff by gathering useful resources and stories in one place for easy access and utilisation.

The Foundations of University Teaching Practice is a new, flexible professional learning opportunity designed to improve teaching and learning practices, enhance the learning experiences of our students, and fit into staff's busy career's. For further information visit Foundations of University Teaching Practice.

The Centre for Teaching and Learning's Professional Learning Calendar for Session 2, 2016 is now available for staff. Download the PLCalendarS216 today.

Academic Skills supports students' development of self-management, language, learning and critical thinking skills, as well as the development of academic literacy, numeracy and integrity. Appointments and workshops are available each week in Session 2. For further information and resources visit About Academic Skills.

Blackboard support is available online every Friday at Noon in the Collaborate training room: Access Collaborate Training Room

Southern Cross University is committed to providing educational opportunities for our diverse student body, in particular those from rural and regional communities. We aim to deliver inspirational teaching, innovative research and high quality and dynamic learning experiences to equip our students to be tomorrow's leaders, to live a life they value and be effective global citizens.



Updated: 22 September 2016