Advance HE is delighted to publish the case studies which were selected from bids from its international members in July 2022. The case studies are grouped in three issues relating to academic development, disciplinary teaching and learning and student success. The Global Impact Grants are part of Advance HE’s exclusive member benefits offer.
The case studies are:
- University of New South Wales, The Education Focussed Program at UNSW
- European University Cyprus, A student-faculty, co-produced evaluation of learning delivery and assessment methods. Impact of process on participants
- The Aga Khan University, A Life Cycle Approach to Sustainable Educational Development
- La Trobe University, Improving teaching and learning in accounting through collaborative action research
- Atlantic Technological University (ATU), Ireland (prev. GMIT), Building Digital Teaching and Learning Capabilities at the Atlantic Technological University in Ireland with DigitalEd.ie
Disciplinary Teaching and Learning
- Deakin University, Reflective micro-credentials give students an edge when applying for jobs
- The University of Adelaide, Smart Casual – Identifying and responding to a national need for discipline specific teacher development resources for sessional law teachers
- Monash University, iSAP: integrating Science and Practice
- Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit to Combat Human Trafficking Simulation
- Sharjah Performing Arts Academy, Scaffolding the Creative Process
Student Success – induction and transition
- Deakin University, Developing feedback literacy for students through the AI automated feedback tool
- Monash University, Improving students’ understanding by building a culture of academic integrity
- Massey University, A new approach to postgraduate researcher development
- Unicaf University, Unicaf University Graduate Conference (UUGraC): A world impactful research dissemination event
All these case studies are available here exclusively for Advance HE Members.
Ian Hall, Advance HE Head of Membership, said, “We were delighted to have had such a positive response from our international members to our Global Impacts Grants initiative. Advance HE is in the fortunate position to be able to share good practice wherever it is taking place and these case studies will be of value and interest to all members, especially the staff operating in these particular themes.
“Insights from institutions exploring issues from different perspectives and in different contexts can be really helpful in unlocking ideas or challenging ‘the givens’ for colleagues in other parts of the world. I am confident that these case studies will provide rich evidence-informed good practice which will be of great benefit, and I thank and congratulate all those who have been successful in this year’s round of grants.”