Reflections on the April SoTL Walk

The theme for the April SoTL walk was ‘temporary fixes that become permanent’. In this post, Natasha Taylor reflects on how contributors across and outside of RMIT interpreted and responded to the provocation. This month, walkers were challenged to think about changing contexts, to reflect on new practices and envisage their new ‘normal’ in a […]

Clock Reset: RMIT Learning and Teaching Awards 2020

In acknowledgement of the disruption caused to our workloads and lives over the last few weeks, the deadlines for applications to the RMIT Learning and Teaching Awards have been extended. Read this post for essential information about rescheduled panels and support sessions. New Submission Deadlines The main submission deadline has been moved to Wednesday 1 […]

Online: Writing Masterclasses and Retreats with Helen Sword

Helen Sword (Professor of Humanities at the University of Auckland) is an international expert on professional and academic writing across the disciplines. She is well known for her books, articles, and online tools which have empowered writers around the world to write more clearly, confidently, prolifically, and with greater pleasure. Her works has inspired academics around […]

Join the April SoTL Walk

Last month we experimented with ways to make our monthly SoTL walk a virtual event. And it worked so well that we are going to do it again in April! Why not give it a go? Why would I join a SoTL Walk? We’ve been hosting SoTL walks for a while now.  There are two […]