How to Research your Teaching

Are you thinking about adopting a research-led approach to your teaching innovation?

Many academics across Western use research practices to drive innovation and improvement for the student learning experience.

Research is one way to demonstrate and disseminate the impact of your teaching innovation.

Learning Futures oversees a number of "umbrella ethics" applications as well as conducts regular seminars and showcases of research into higher education teaching practices.

You can learn more about the teaching-research nexus below.


How to Research and Publish your Teaching (Research Week 2021)

This series of presentations was recorded during Research Week 2021, and contains a series of presentations on the research of teaching in higher education, and includes a keynote presentation from Professor Jo-Anne Kelder.

You can use the links below to jump straight to various presentations within the recording.


Research with Learning Futures

There are a range of opportunities to conduct research with Learning Futures.

There are four "umbrella ethics" applications currently administered by Learning Futures.

You can learn more about these opportunities below.

Student Transition and Retention (START) Program of Research

You can learn more about the START Program of Research in the above video by visiting the Research into Student Transition, Progression and Retention(Opens in a new window) web page.

Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL) Program of Research

You can learn more about the TEL Program of Research in the above video by visiting the Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL) Program of Research(Opens in a new window) web page.

Flexible Learning Experience (FLEX) Program of Research

You can learn more about the FLEX Program of research by visiting the Flexible Learning Experience Program of Research(Opens in a new window) page.

Academic Integrity Research (AIR) Program of Research

You can learn more about the AIR Program of research by visiting the Academic Integrity Research Program of Research(Opens in a new window) page.