Evidence is essential in advancing teaching and learning. ITaLI is recognised internationally for research strengths across four broad areas.

By generating new knowledge – and drawing on this knowledge to inform our work –, we advance educational innovation and foster exceptional learning experiences for UQ students. Check out our research strengths (below) to learn more about the people, projects and impact of our scholarship.

Research outputs and supervision

In 2020, we achieved:

67

research outputs

Books, book chapters, conference papers, presentations, workshops, journal articles and Non-Traditional Research Outputs (NTROs)

52%

of research co-authored with external colleagues

(both nationally and internationally)

25

Higher Degree Research students

supervised by ITaLI academics and Principal Practitioners