The Education Focused (EF) career model will help deliver our UNSW 2025 Strategy by fostering educational excellence, and offers a new career path for academics who are talented and passionate teachers. Teaching capabilities across the University will be enhanced through a greater focus and sharing of pedagogical research and teaching innovation. An education focused approach will also provide the University with the ability to develop or engage renowned experts in Higher Education to provide teaching leadership and mentoring.

The LTU is implementing an Enquiry Management System (EMS) to better respond to your questions and feedback.

The new Enquiry Management System (EMS) will introduce the following benefits for users:

The following is a list of scheduled system maintenance windows.  Note that scheduled maintenance windows are only used when required.  It is recommended that course builders avoid these times when setting assessment deadlines or scheduling activities.

Students and staff often access TELT systems (such as the Moodle LMS) using links displaying within myUNSW.

When myUNSW is unavailable, this does not mean that TELT systems are unavailable. Users will be presented with a notice similar to the following:

You need to provide evidence of the quality and nature of your teaching practice in various situations—when you are preparing your teaching case for promotion, for instance, but also when you are applying for awards, grants or fellowships.

This page supplies TELT Administrators with instructions for creating a Moodle teaching course site in myUNSW and releasing it to course staff (see Moodle Roles).

For permission (in both myUNSW and Moodle) to do this, apply to Academic Administration. Your Head of School or Associate Dean, Education, will have to sign off on your application.

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The TELT Evaluation Framework, developed in 2009 through to 2011, is designed to undergo iterative cyclical refinement and ongoing development, based on the results of the sub-layer evaluations themselves and an ever-changing staff, student and application landscape in which it is applied.

eLearning or (TELT) Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching is the suite of learning technologies and applications that support learning and teaching at UNSW. The TELT platform is gradually being developed and reviewed to assess its suitability for the learning and teaching needs of the University.

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