New CAULLT grants

Published by on the 8 April 2020

CAULLT recently awarded grants for two new projects. Prof Helen Partridge (Deakin) and Dr Kate Davis (USQ) are undertaking a project titled Academic archetypes: understanding the experience of being an academic in Australian universities, using in depth interviews to establish archetypes of academics working in Australian universities. Archetypes are an empirically derived tool that can inform the design and delivery of resources, products and services that support academics in their teaching practice and in learning how to teach.

Associate Professor Marina Harvey (UNSW), Dr Andrea Adam (UTas) and Professor Jillian Hamilton (QUT) have won a grant for Establishing Benchmarking Standards for Academic Development in Higher Education.  The aim of the project is to establish evidence-based Australasian academic development good practice benchmarking standards for higher education.