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The College of Peer Observers

The College of Peer Observers is comprised of academics who have been recognised for their expertise in teaching and have contributed to enhancing teaching and learning at UQ. Members represent all faculties and campus locations and were invited to join the college by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning). Members of the College of Peer Observers commit to engaging in observations of teaching at UQ during the academic year.

Members develop observation skills, meet other College members and work together to develop and enhance the processes of peer observation at the University. Additionally, all members are provided support from ITaLI to assist them in performing observations and writing formal reports.

If you would like to engage a member of the college in observing or reviewing your class please contact ITaLI.

College members

Members of the college are selected by the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning). To nominate a colleague or yourself to the College of Peer Observers, please email ITaLI with details of the nomination.