The Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI) is located within the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) portfolio.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) are responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of teaching and learning and the associated organisational units:

Academic governance

A number of formal committees and sub-committees contribute to the governance of teaching and learning at UQ. The Academic Board is the senior advisory body.

The Teaching and Learning Committee comprises:

These structures work together to plan, implement and advise on teaching and learning strategic priorities.

UQ Strategy: Learning and student experience

UQ Strategic Plan 2022–2025: Learning and student experience signals the goals, strategies and actions guiding our collective commitment to helping students during their studies and preparing them to be game-changing graduates.

Our current teaching and learning priorities also align with UQ's 2022 Operational Plan on a Page.

ITaLI’s governance

ITaLI is governed by an Advisory Committee and comprises the following teams: