Chancellery Academic works on a number of strategic priority areas in learning and teaching.
The Melbourne Curriculum
In 2008 the University introduced the Melbourne Curriculum, the most significant set of curriculum reforms in the University’s history. Read more...
The Melbourne Graduate
The University of Melbourne educational experience prepares well-rounded graduates who are academically outstanding, practically grounded and socially responsible. Melbourne's graduates are distinguished by their broad outlook and openness to different perspectives. This is highlighted by the University of Melbourne Graduate Attributes: Academic Distinction, Active Citzenship and Integrity and Self-Awareness. Read more...
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The University's Learning and Teaching grants are available to faculties to encourage initiative and improvement in learning and teaching performance.
Final report of the Chancellery (Academic) and Academic Board commissioned review into end of Semester 1 assessments, 2020.
Recognising, rewarding and further developing exceptional academic teaching staff of the University of Melbourne.
Guidance on good academic practice across the University in 2021, including the maintenance of academic integrity.
A proposal for the development and delivery of experiential learning opportunities within curricula at the University of Melbourne.
This report presents findings from the thematic analysis of comments submitted during the Advancing Melbourne Education Roundtable held 19-21 April 2021.