- Have you ever struggled to find the right form on Tūhono for academic processes?
- Ever wondered what all the academic acronyms stand for?
- When you first started at OP was it difficult to find out the differences between APER and EER or Learning Outcomes and Graduate Profile Outcomes?
- Do you ever wonder who you can contact to get help with your teaching practices, assessment or moderation processes or support with teaching online?
Introducing the all new Academic Staff Induction.
In November 2019 we surveyed staff to find out what academic staff needed in an induction, specifically designed for them.
The new Academic Staff Induction is an easy to use, one-stop-shop to find everything you need to get you, and your colleagues, started with teaching at OP, including:
- Teacher training
- Academic processes
- Teaching support
- Programme and course design and development
- Teaching evaluations
- Useful forms, templates and resources
- Glossary and acronyms
- Frequently asked questions
Each section includes who and where to go to for support, direct links to relevant resources and information, relevant policies, templates and forms.
All new staff are recommended to complete the Academic Staff Induction in addition to their general OP Staff Induction. Please note: if you started at OP in early 2020, you won’t need to complete the Tertiary Teaching Self-Assessment, if you’ve already had a discussion with your GDTE Programme Co-ordinator. Your Academic Capability Partner will be in touch soon to guide you through the rest of this academic induction.
All existing staff are encouraged to review this induction to find out if there are any gaps in their knowledge of teaching at OP. Contact your Academic Capability Partner if you’d like some guidance through this academic induction.
We encourage academic staff to enrol in the associated Completion Progress site on Moodle, where your Head of College and/or Programme Leader can track your progress and provide support where you need it.
Feedback and evaluation
A follow up survey will be conducted at the end of 2020 to ensure we’ve met your needs, but if you can suggest or recommend any additions to this Academic Staff Induction, please do not hesitate to send these to Rachel Cash for inclusion.
Learning and Teaching Development would like to thank the service areas who contributed to the curation of this academic staff induction, particularly the Quality Enhancement Centre (Anna and Maggie) and Organisational Research (Stuart) from the Performance Excellence team, and the GDTE team.
A big thank you too to the Task Force Five project team who initiated the Academic Staff Induction Survey and supported Learning and Teaching Development through the implementation.
Ka pai everyone!
Published on 5 Mar 2020
Orderdate: 5 Mar 2020
Expiry: 24 Dec 2021