Resources for learning and teaching award and citation applicants

There are some excellent resources available for those wishing to consider, plan and develop learning and teaching citation and award nominations. Some provide inspiration as successful nominees share their individual journeys and other resources provide practical advice.

The resources at the bottom of the page are specific resources developed for ACU staff (ACU password required to access). The resources listed below are from other sources.

Inspiration

In the presentation at the HERDSA conference the Prime Minister's Award winner (2009) Professor Aziz talks about his own journey, including how he planned for the collection of evidence and the need for resilience when applying for a teaching award.

http://herdsasa.blogspot.com/2010/04/av-podcast-of-associate-professor-aziz.html

Another story is told by Robyn Power, University of Canberra who writes of preparing an ALTC teaching award, including the stage where she began to wonder if she should be nominating.

http://www.une.edu.au/altc/ult-futures/documents/ULT-Futures-2010-Prior.pdf

Think about ways of writing an effective nomination
This power point presentation by Dr Judy Maxwell provides some useful advice on the writing style. This information would be particularly useful for those unfamiliar with the style of writing for award nominations.

http://mams.rmit.edu.au/86jroewixyjh1.pdf

Resources