06 February 2019Share
A working party was established and bench-marking undertaken in order to review the existing Discipline Expertise Policy.
The Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teaching Policy has been developed to define what constitutes interdisciplinary collaborative teaching, to outline the principles that underpin collaborative teaching at ACU and to ensure the provision of high quality and relevant teaching by staff recognised as expert in a given subject area through collaboration between the discipline expert and the School providing the program.
The governing authority for this policy is the Courses and Academic Quality Committee.The policy was approved by Academic Board on the 28 November 2018 and came into effect on 1 January 2019.
The new policy is available online at Interdisciplinary Collaborative Teaching Policy.
In the first instance, please refer questions to the Policy team in the Office of the Academic Registrar:
Gerard Goodwin-Moore, National Manager, Student Policy & Appeals
Phone: 02 9739 2250
Catherine McKiver, Policy and Projects Officer (Wednesday-Friday)
Phone: 02 9465 9097a