Skilled and motivated staff are integral to providing positive teaching and learning outcomes for students.  Extending the knowledge and skills of its staff is one of the University's key commitments, addressed through professional development opportunities.  The University's career progress and appraisal of academic staff policies highlights organisational efficiency and effectiveness, achieved and maintained by appropriately skilled, experienced and motivated staff.

Orientation for academic staff

All new academic staff members should attend an Orientation for Academics New to UQ as part of their induction process. This session provides essential information about expectations and funding opportunities in relation to teaching and research, together with advice on how to get started immediately on developing a productive career trajectory.

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Teaching and Learning Careers section

Career Progression and Appraisal

Professional Development Programs

Staff Resources and Tools

Providing a high quality teaching and learning experience for students is reliant on staff having access support and resources. There are numerous resources and tools available to staff to assist in all aspects of teaching delivery and development a...

Teaching and Learning Network

The Teaching and Learning Network aims to provide a conceptual, physical and virtual community of like-minded teaching scholars and mentors drawn from across the UQ. The Network has regular gatherings as well as the

Teaching Focused Appointments

Information about the University's Teaching Focused positions and the Scholarship of Learning

UQ Tutors

As a UQ tutor, you are a critical part of a student’s learning experience. Along with your contributions towards enriching the education of others, the skills and experience you gain from tutoring will be invaluable in your future career. ...

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