The Curriculum and Quality section within the Division of Students and Education provides leadership and support in: curriculum development, approval, evaluation, review and enhancement; data-driven approaches to improving learning and teaching; continuing professional learning for academic and professional staff in learning and teaching, copyright and intellectual property; innovation and the scholarship of learning and teaching; and academic quality and standards, including academic integrity and student satisfaction.
Academic Quality Management
This site provides resources for staff to support the University’s approach to managing academic quality which embodies continuous improvement, in a cycle of planning, implementation, review and improvement.
Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT)
TILT provides leadership, support and advocacy in order to promote and embed a culture of excellence in Higher Education learning and teaching.
Academic Integrity & Misconduct
Information for both students and staff regarding what Academic Integrity is and how to maintain it. Information about academic and general misconduct, what these terms mean, what the University's procedures are, and how students can get help.
The views of our students, graduates and stakeholders are of critical importance in monitoring, reviewing and enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and the student experience. This site provides information on current surveys, reporting mechanisms and other key information for staff and students.
This section seeks to provide information and advice to support the facilitation of speedy resolutions to problems and to assist in enabling concerns and complaints to be treated seriously and impartially.
Learning and Teaching
The Teaching and Learning website has been written specifically for UTAS teaching staff, to assist and guide them in the design and delivery of their units of study.
This section provides information about Non-Traditional course types such as MOOCs, and Open Educational Practice (OEP) at the University of Tasmania. Links to relevant tools and resources are available.
Staff and students are both users and creators of copyright material. This site provides staff and students with an overview of copyright law as it relates to learning, teaching and research.