We are pleased to provide a wide range of supports for learning, teaching and use of educational technology. From seminars, including workshops, programs, faculty-specific and WIL support as well as individual advice, we welcome the opportunity to support our colleagues with their specific academic development needs. Our Learning and Teaching pages also offer an array of resources on the many aspects of teaching. The links below offer some situation-specific information but for more information or to speak with us individually contact:
Learning and Teaching:
Ph. (+61 820) 12731
Our Academic Integrity pages support staff and students with resources to understand, manage and foster our commitment to the principles of academic integrity.
New to Teaching at Flinders
If you are new to Flinders, this information will help to orient you to your role, responsibilities and supports.
Teaching offshore can have many challenges; these resources will help you to navigate your way to a successful transition.
If you are a sessional teacher at Flinders, this section will provide you with your first point of call in supporting you in your teaching role.
If you are new or experienced at topic coordination, these resources will help orient you to, and support you with, the range of responsibilities this role entails.
Policies and Processes
Flinders University has a variety of policies and supporting processes to help ensure the quality of education.
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education
This formal qualification in university teaching is available to staff who have completed Flinders Foundations of University Teaching (providing credit for the core topic).