Fostering Academic Integrity through Peer Mentoring Programs: An Examination of On-Campus ‘Influencers’ and ‘Intervenors’ at Griffith College
Read about the innovative features of these programs shared at the AAIN Forum (2023), highlighting crucial roles played by Mates as ‘Influencers’ and Peer Assisted Learning leads (PALs) as ‘Intervenors’ in promoting academic integrity.
Contributing to a thriving educational community that nurtures both personal and professional growth are the Teachers’ Lounge for University Partnerships Australasia (UPA) academic staff, and the Generative AI Toolkit available to all Navitas staff globally.
Similar to a football coach on the sidelines, Academic Coordinators step into a leadership role to guide their team. But what does it truly mean to be an Academic Coordinator? We invited Academic Coordinators across Navitas Australasia to share their perspective and peel back the layers of this multifaceted role.
Harnessing the Power of Communities of Practice: Embracing Proactive Communication for Growth and Collaboration
By consciously prioritising communication and engagement with colleagues and incorporating dedicated sessions for connection and collaboration, we can create the time needed to foster vital interactions.
Murdoch Dubai Learning and Teaching Committee recently held an online Learning and Teaching Symposium that explored the latest trends and practices in higher education.
As a global member of Advance HE, Navitas aims to champion teaching excellence in higher education. The Navitas Advance HE Fellowship program guides Navitas staff through the application process, and today we are celebrating the newest Navitas Fellows.
Learning and Teaching at Navitas
A website where our inspiring people at Navitas share their learning and teaching initiatives, projects, best practice, events and more.
Explore our initiatives, professional development catalogue and join or share your communities of practice to kick-start connections, collaborations and innovation here at Navitas!Learn more
Student Retention and Success project
This project is a whole of division, data-driven project designed to provide better integration of our systems to enable rich data linking a range of factors regarding student retention across the student lifecycle and to ensure a consistent and coherent approach.More