Completed project resources
This page contains resources that have been produced as a result of past Teaching and Learning projects as well as an archive of past seminars and presentations by invited scholars and leaders.
Sustaining distributive leadership: The faculty scholar model
The Distributive Leadership Project was a joint Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) project between Flinders University (lead institution), James Cook University, La Trobe University and the University of Canberra.
SDVC Seminar Series: Promoting Excellence Initiative
The SDVC Seminar Series provided the opportunity for JCU staff to engage with key people from Australian universities involved in ALTC projects. Resources such as presentations and movies are available for some of these seminars.
Setting and Assessing Discipline Learning Standards
Mark Freeman visited JCU in August 2012 to share his experience of discipline learning standards in relation to the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) and the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) – an area of importance for all tertiary educators. Mark has been active leading and promoting student-centred learning and innovation within business higher education and professional practice for nearly thirty years. He currently provides University of Sydney Business School leadership through his role as Director Accreditation as well as being the inaugural Scholar for the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC). Mark has received multiple awards for excellence in teaching from University of Technology Sydney, the accounting and educational technology professions, and the Australian government. His research and innovation now primarily relate to learning and assessment, including benchmarking, to ensure graduates develop and achieve the appropriate capabilities.Click here for a recording of his presentation.