Community of Practice
A review of the best practices associated with the CEIT Community and should these be the foundation for an assessment of the current web site?
- who are we?
- who do we interact with?
- what can we offer?
- how do we do this?
- what can the principals of a CoP offer us?
The UQ working party on "Re-envisioning Undergraduate Education" is charged with articulating a blueprint for the future that describes the attributes of a 21st century graduate of the University of Queensland. This is no small task. Many ambitious committees of the past have foundered on these questions.
The current setting is characterised by:
In 2011 CEIT, with support from the Vice-Chancellor and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), will be conducting a major investigation into UQ andOpen Scholarship . In 2011 CEIT, with support from the Vice-Chancellor and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), will be conducting a major investigation into UQ and Open Scholarship. Open means accessible to anyone, anywhere, with no barriers from logins, firewalls, or a need to belong to an institution or an association, or to subscribe to a website.
Teaching in large lectures presents a number of challenges. This group describes and makes available tools developed at CEIT to support academic staff teaching in large lecture settings.
Open Science is a home for various activities around open science notebooks, lab practice sharing, open 'data, and access, and source' - the practice of science in a open, collaborative and social context.