First point of contact
The program head is responsible for program oversight and academic integrity and is usually your primary academic contact who will provide an initial academic orientation. They are your first point of contact for all academic-related questions and concerns, including course changes.
If you have any concerns regarding a student, academically or personally, always bring this to the attention of your program head and program staff.
Find below resources for course design and preparation, facilitation and delivery, research, and student support.
Resources to support your academic work
Centre for Teaching & Educational Technologies
Visit CTET site for information and support related to learning design, course development, learning technologies and media support services.
Take advantage of pedagogy- and technology-focused workshops for all instructional delivery modes and available to you in a variety of learning formats
Learn about the resources available to support students academically and personally
Learn about on-campus teaching resources and campus services
Supervision & research
Find information and resources to support your supervision work and/or research interests
Resource hub for teaching, research and student support
Visit the Services section of this website for this hub of resource links to support teaching, research, and your students.
Academic & research policies
Familiarize yourself with key academic- and research-related policies and procedures
Find out about the criteria for getting a teaching assistant
Checklist for Teaching @RRU
A checklist to help you identify key things you need to know and do as you progress through your teaching contract.