As 2023 comes to a close, we pause to reflect on the numerous milestones and events that have shaped our learning and teaching community over the past year, kicking off with an exploration into Generative AI, followed by conference presentations, the launch of our Student Success Playbook, and reflective discussions within our Communities of Practice.
Today we celebrate the 200th Advance HE Fellowship awarded to Navitas educators, who joined the Navitas Advance HE Fellowship program and were awarded Fellowship for their dedication to continuously advance their approach to deliver the best student learning experience.
To reflect upon and share strategies regarding teaching, learning, assessment, and generative AI, Navitas staff from across the globe came together for Learning and Teaching Staff Forum: “A Year of Super-Accessible Generative AI”.
LTCA student’s contributions to volunteering and community engagement have seen her recognised as a finalist for International Student of the Year (Vocational Education and Training) by Victorian Government initiative, Study Melbourne.
Navitas was well represented at the conference, which saw over 1700 delegates come together to explore the “visionary and transformative” power of international education. Navitas presenters explored topics such as global student flows, generative AI, and student cultural and linguistic connection with staff.
At the heart of the UPA Student Retention and Success project lies the Student Success Playbook, showcasing examples of Navitas University Partnerships Australasia (UPA) colleges’ evidence-based, best-practice processes, strategies, and initiatives that enhance student success across the student lifecycle.
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.
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.
In this interview, we explore modern chatbots like ChatGPT, address common misunderstandings about AI, and consider what the future might hold for students and educators.
Welcome to our last post for 2022, reviewing major learning and teaching projects and initiatives, including the Student Retention and Success project updates.
Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) celebrated its 25th anniversary with a commemorative event at the Hyde Park campus in Sydney.
Read about how Moodle learning analytics were analysed to identify actionable data for student retention and success purposes.
The Student Retention and Success project is a data-driven project aimed at providing better integration of systems and rich data to improve student outcomes.