Latest ALTF News
6th April 2018
In our latest ALTF Student Success Blog, A Prof Sarah O’ Shea presents a strong call for us all to consider how university both impacts on learners but also potentially extends into the household and the broader community. You can view the post here.
14th March 2018
The Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows network includes Australia’s leading higher education scholars, who bring a wealth of experience in evidenced-based approaches to support student success and high-quality learning and teaching.
In recognition of this expertise, we have created the ALTF Student Success blog: a forum for Fellows to share their insights and contribute to the national higher education conversation. The blog will be published on a regular basis, with special out-of-round editions released in response to hot topics.
Our newest post comes from ALTF Project Leader Professor Dawn Bennett who explains why higher education and employABILITY thinking go hand in hand.
We are currently accepting topic proposals for 2018 and encourage all ALT fellows to contribute. The blog will be shared through the ALTF LinkedIn page and various social media, and we ask all fellows to comment and share through your networks. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the editorial guidelines.
27th February 2018
Our featured fellow for March / April is 2015 OLT National teaching Fellow Professor Jessica Vanderlelie.
Supporting student transition to the world of work has been a passion of Professor Jessica Vanderlelie for more than a decade. In her role at the Griffith University School of Medical Science, Jessica began developing an alumni network that now has more than 1700 members. This network has been instrumental in supporting the School to deliver embedded employability experiences, and shaping Jessica’s firmly held belief that alumni engagement must be earnt and always be of benefit to the alumnus. Since 2015, Jessica has been leading a national fellowship titled ‘Engaging Alumni for Gradate Success’ and exploring academic staff, student and alumni professional’s perceptions of the value of alumni and the key challenges for maintaining authentic alumni communities.