Learning and Teaching

UPDATED 22 MAY 2024

Enabling a world-class learning and teaching experience

In support of the ANU Learning & Teaching Strategy, we are modernising our learning ecosystem to better meet the needs of our students, staff, industry partners and government.
 

Recent initiatives we've delivered

View from Melville Hall upgraded with new AV technology

Melville Hall revitalised

We upgraded Melville Hall with new audiovisual technology including 6 screens and projectors, 55 speakers, as well as Microsoft Teams and Zoom integrated cameras and microphones – making dual delivery or hybrid teaching more accessible.

Two students using a laptop

MyTimetable

In June 2022, we introduced MyTimetable which enables students to personalise their own timetables in real time. Teaching staff can now also plan and manage clashes, allocations or waitlists and change classes and cohorts quickly and easily.​

Aerial photo of students in a library

New library system

In 2022, we went live with the new ANU library management system. This links with Wattle for easier access to library collections, allowing academics to build and manage their course reading lists, which can then be automatically accessed by students.

Laptop mockup of ANU MyTmetable

Upgrades to learning systems

We launched the new version of the University’s curriculum management system (CMS), now on a supported version which meets our legislated reporting data capture associated with the National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund (NPILF).

 

What's coming next

Students in a seminar room

As part of a program of educational renewal across the University, we will roll out new, world-class learning, student placements and careers management systems to better meet the learning and teaching needs of our students and staff.

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