- About Teaching and Learning at UQ
About Teaching and Learning at UQ
The University of Queensland is committed to excellence of learning experiences and outcomes. This is one of the many reasons UQ is the preferred university of the majority of Queensland's most able and highly qualified students.
Strategic direction and leadership of teaching and learning at the University is the responsibility of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Joanne Wright.
A diverse range of areas impact on the teaching and learning experience at UQ for both students and staff. The University's governance structure is headed by Senate and includes the senior executive and a number of committees, of which the Academic Board is the senior academic advisory body. There are a number of committees which are particularly relevant to the formation and management of teaching and learning policy at UQ:
- Teaching and Learning Committee - Chaired by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic). Enhancements to the University's teaching and learning direction are overseen by the Teaching and Learning Committee, which reports to the Academic Board on matters of teaching and learning policy.
- Assessment Sub-committee of the Teaching and Learning Committee - Chaired by the Deputy President of the Academic Board. The University's assessment policies and practices are under constant review by the Assessment Sub-Committee as part of the University's quality assurance practices.
- Technology-Enhanced Learning Sub-Committee - Chaired by the Executive Director (Innovation and Analytics)
- Teaching and Learning Space Committee - Chaired by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
The Policy and Procedures Library is the definitive source on the University's operations for all staff and clients.
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