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University of Tasmania Faculty of Law Learning and Teaching Committee

The function of the Faculty of Law Learning and Teaching Committee is to oversee the Faculty’s learning and teaching strategy to ensure the maintenance of excellence in its learning and teaching. The Committee provides advice to the Coordinator of Learning and Teaching on the following within the Faculty:

• proposals for new courses and amendments to existing courses;

• entry requirements;

• academic assessment; and

• teaching and learning issues.

This Committee is specifically responsible for:

• new course proposals and significant amendments to courses;

• maintaining a cycle of course reviews;

• evaluating entries in University Handbooks;

• monitoring arrangements for liaison with students on matters relating to teaching and learning;

• encouraging the appraisal of units (and the incorporation of student feedback) under the University SETL system.

• the promotion of teaching and learning activities including internal collaborative activities;

• the promotion and provision of advice on innovative teaching, alternative delivery methods, self-directed learning and the use of technology in teaching and learning; and

• auditing / implementing the outcomes of reviews of courses.

The Society seeks expressions of interest from practitioners interested in being appointed to the Committee. An interest in, and knowledge of tertiary legal education would be an advantage. Practitioners of all levels of experience are encouraged to apply.

Expressions close Tuesday, 12 February 2021 and can be sent to info@lst.org.au