A reminder that RMIT’s inaugural Learning and Teaching Quality Forum will be held on Monday 13 November at Storey Hall, at the Melbourne City Campus.
This will include a panel discussion facilitated by Professor Belinda Tynan, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, RMIT University. The guest speaker will be Emeritus Professor Geoff Scott from Western Sydney University.
In addition to the keynote sessions, a series of interactive discussions, showcases and professional development activities will be held to support RMIT staff as they build their skills and knowledge around program quality and enhancement.
This year’s Quality Forum explores the theme Are we listening? with a focus on the following three streams:
- Students: Gaining a better understanding of student feedback mechanisms and how we can ensure the student voice regarding learning, teaching and program quality, is both heard and acted on.
- Staff: Our learning and teaching staff play a pivotal role in achieving RMIT’s core purpose: getting our students Ready for Life and Work. Let’s explore how learning and teaching staff can share their feedback, knowledge and ideas to enhance program quality and student outcomes.
- Sector: Government, regulators and industry are key external partners which influence both the University and our students. What are these groups saying that we need to hear and act on?
To register click here.