Course enhancement

Course enhancement is a major Deakin initiative to ensure our students become highly employable graduates with compelling evidence of their learning. Deakin's Course Enhancement Process, enacted in faculties and supported by University-wide support services, operates within the parameters of broad Guiding Principles (PDF, 219 KB)

Deakin's course enhancement process has these key stages:

Stage 1: Scoping

A Course Evidence Portfolio is the basis for determining areas of strength and areas for enhancement, and an agreed plan of work.

See an example Course evidence portfolio (PDF, 830.0 KB)

Stage 2: Assessment and learning design

Stage 3: Resourcing

Stage 4: Final Evaluation

Deakin Learning Futures works with the course team to facilitate research and evaluation of the enhancement process through scholarly publications.

Course enhancement in the School of Nursing and Midwifery

Lauren discusses cloud and located learning and teaching in the School of Nursing and Midwifery

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Course Evidence Portfolio: Graduate Diploma of Example

Julian discusses improvements to a Nursing unit as part of the course enhancement process 

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