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(08) 8946 6890

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brendon.douglas@cdu.edu.au

Casuarina Campus, DARWIN NT 800

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Alice Springs campus

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Description:

Why choose CDU?

A dual-sector university

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is a dual-sector university, which means we offer a full spectrum of education and training opportunities in Higher Education (HE) and Vocational Education and Training (VET).

Quality learning and teaching

The Office of Learning, Teaching and Community Engagement supports the University in providing a properly coordinated institution-level approach to:

       .  academic quality assurance and planning

       .  professional development in teaching and learning

       .  professional production of learning materials and adoption of learning technologies.

To create quality learning and teaching, CDU ensures there is more personalised attention given to students with its ability to offer smaller-class sizes and a low student-to-teacher ratio – about one teacher to every 15-20 students.


Learning and Teaching

The Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Education and Student Success

The Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Education and Student Success, encompasses the following:

  • Academic matters relating to higher education (HE) and VET
  • Academic planning and policy
  • Quality assurance through TEQSA and ASQA
  • Teaching and learning development, including innovation
  • Develop and implement a Learning and Teaching Plan

Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT)

  • Professional Development activities specific to Teaching and Learning
  • Coordination of Learnline - the university's online learning management system
  • Support for the production of quality print, multimedia and web-based materials
  • Assistance in unit and course design and development
  • Teaching and Learning Awards
  • Quality assurance for HE (TEQSA) and VET (ASQA), including internal and external audits
  • Liaison with internal and external stakeholders
  • Accreditation and Scope of Registration
  • Provides teaching, learning and research that contributes to the economic, social, cultural and sustainable development of the region
  • Enhances student learning through courses that are relevant and through opportunities for work-based learning
  • Fosters a sense of community ownership – 'CDU is our university'