Academics in class

Find a teaching solution

Wouldn't it be great if you could find a solution to some of the challenges of teaching in 3 simple steps?  We have partnered with the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation at the Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania to bring you highly regarded resources for teaching.  These will continue to updated and revised for the Australian and UniSA context so we encourage you to visit often.

You will find the resources at Eberly Center's Solve a Teaching Problem* (link opens in new window). Image: Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation
* © Copyright 2008, 2015, Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University.)

We also welcome your contribution to this collection, so if you have a solution we haven't thought of yet, or a challenge we haven't solved, then let us know.

Teaching practice

We are in the middle of moving our resources over to this new website and developing more resources to reflect the new Digital Learning Strategy.  In the meantime you can still browse our teaching resources here.

We also asked three Academics to share a story about their teaching practice. Read what they had to say.

Tim Sawyer (HLS) on digital learning.

Ruth Geer (EDU) on teaching in HE

Tony Wood (NBE) on student engagement.

If you have a story to share let us know; or we might be in touch soon to put you in the Academic spotlight.

Peer review of teachingAcademic staff in classroom

Introduced toward the end of 2015, the Peer review of teaching process is available to all UniSA academics.  A complete guide to the process is available for those staff interested in knowing more. A framework for defining and measuring Academic standards at UniSA (coursework students, staff and curriculum) is also available (pdf 264kb).

To learn more see the Peer Review of Teaching Guide

Teaching Technologies

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The Teaching Innovation Unit is the business owner of learnonline and the associated suite of applications. The Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team is responsible for the development and support of learnonline and promoting the use of suitable applications for blended and online learning. The TEL team provides training and advice to UniSA staff using learnonline to develop and administer online and blended teaching environments.

The diverse roles of the TEL team support UniSA staff by:

  • developing learnonline applications to support the Digital Learning Strategy
  • developing online help resources for learnonline applications
  • presenting innovative technologies for use in blended and online teaching
  • producing video resources for use in blended and online teaching
  • analysing business requirements, designing and enhancing learnonline applications developing teaching analytics resources to assist student retention and program development

The learnonline suite of applications is both diverse and comprehensive to provide academics with considerable choice in designing and delivering their teaching.  To learn more select an application from the table below.

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Help on how to use learnonline applications can be accessed through the button below.

Link to help resources

Learning analytics

Learning analytics is the generation and use of data to support improved learning and teaching. It is an evidence-based approach to evaluate, and possibly change, learning and teaching practices and the environments in which they occur. Fundamentally it is about providing timely insight into what is occurring as students engage (or don’t) with the materials in their courses so that students, teaching staff and administrators can take informed action.

Want to learn more?  See our Learning Analytics resources

Research degrees

The Teaching Innovation Unit supports both supervisors and students in Higher Degree Research with workshops, online resources and individual advice and assistance.

Information for Supervisors

Information for students