The Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching is part of the Division of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Students & Education.
LTAS@UTAS Guide Released
The aim of the LTAS@UTAS project is to establish a whole-of-University approach to course-level learning outcomes across all faculties and programs. This guide provides students, teaching and administrative staff, professional bodies, and the public with an overview of the University's academic standards and learning outcomes strategy.
Graduate Certificate in University Learning & Teaching
Dates are now available:
Casual Staff Survey
Are you a UTAS staff member who is employed as a casual, or on a contract of 12 months or less, to undertake teaching? If so, you are invited to participate in an online survey being undertaken by the Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT).
Teaching Matters 2014 - Spaces and Places, Newnham campus
Conference day: Tuesday 2nd December
Workshop Day: Wednesday 3rd December
TILT is providing teaching and learning support for UTAS staff as they make the move to the new MyLO learning environment. Visit Learning & Teaching with MyLO for further information.
Authorised by the Head, Tasmanian Institute of Learning & Teaching
11 April, 2014