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Professor Shelley Kinash has been a university academic for over 25 years. She has conducted numerous Australian National and bilateral international research projects about how to support students to learn (including online) and how to ensure that graduates are prepared to launch exciting careers. In her podcasts, she addresses How to Research and What that Research tells us about How to offer an outstanding student experience.

University Matters Shelley Kinash

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Professor Shelley Kinash has been a university academic for over 25 years. She has conducted numerous Australian National and bilateral international research projects about how to support students to learn (including online) and how to ensure that graduates are prepared to launch exciting careers. In her podcasts, she addresses How to Research and What that Research tells us about How to offer an outstanding student experience.

    Employability with Trina Jorre de St Jorre

    Employability with Trina Jorre de St Jorre

    In this 12 minute episode Shelley Kinash and Trina Jorre de St Jorre discuss employability. 
    We discuss -
    What actions universities can take that will yield the greatest impact on graduate employability (Hint: Putting Students at the Centre)
    How universities can improve as employers (Hint: Reexamine the categories of Academic and Professional)
    Entering into the third-space of doing research about learning and teaching
    And concluding with the Ellen mantra - Be Kind to One Another (And Yourselves Too)!

    • 12 Min.
    How to Help Your Students be Employable - For University Academics

    How to Help Your Students be Employable - For University Academics

    It takes a village to employ our university graduates, and to help them be employable. As educators (professors, lecturers, examiners, tutors, casuals ...) we need to join, and lead, that village. Evidence is mounting that embedding employability and career development learning into curriculum, pedagogy and assessment (at the course/unit/subject and program level) has measurable positive impact on graduate employment outcomes. In October 2019, the Australian Government released the Performance Based Funding Plan for Universities. Forty percent (the highest category) of that funding is determined by the universities' graduate employment outcomes. But how do we do it? This podcast presents eight practical strategies / approaches to shaping your teaching to help your students (and therefore graduates) be employable. 

    • 14 Min.

    How to Succeed in Academic Promotions - The Learning & Teaching Part

    How to Succeed in Academic Promotions - The Learning & Teaching Part

    This podcast episode walks you through a step-by-step process of conceptualising and writing the Learning and Teaching part of your Academic Promotions Application. I have also provided a free 50-page workbook https://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/264/
    The podcast and workbook respond to FAQs about academic promotions, such as:
    What is a philosophy of teaching and how do I write one?
    What is SOTL and how does it differ from research?
    What evidence can I use to support the learning and teaching part of my academic promotions application?
    Please let me know whether this podcast was useful and whether you got your promotion.

    • 50 Min.
    What do universities mean by co-curriculum?

    What do universities mean by co-curriculum?

    In this episode, Professor Shelley Kinash and Video/Sound Professional Jason Myatt talk about a definition of co-curriculum, as well as eight different types, with illustrative examples.
    Beyond the University
    Beyond the Classroom
    Beyond Assessment
    Beyond Credit and/or Award
    Beyond the Teacher's Knowledge and Experiences
    Beyond Traditional Educational Offerings
    Beyond the Core Disciplinary Context
    Beyond Training for a Particular Occupation

    • 41 Min.
    How to Design Quality Online Learning

    How to Design Quality Online Learning

    Professor Shelley Kinash and Jason Myatt (Digital Designer/Producer) discuss how to design and improve online learning. Shelley and Jason provide practical advice about how to design digital learning experiences that meet the needs and expectations of today's students. Practical design frameworks are provided.

    • 31 Min.

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