The Institute for Teaching and Learning Innovation (ITaLI) offers annual Visiting Fellowships to academics with an established track record in scholarship closely aligned to the strengths of the Institute.

ITaLI is a service-focused unit directed by Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning), Professor Doune Macdonald. We provide leadership, engagement and advocacy in educational innovation, teaching excellence and learning analytics.

ITaLI's aim is to transform teaching and learning across the University through the delivery of faculty-prioritised and executive-prioritised projects and services.

The Visiting Fellowship program brings to the Institute exceptional academics that can enrich the work of ITaLI.

Open for applications all year-round.

Applications are accepted in an ongoing manner, and will be closed when the funding allocation for the year is spent.

2019 Visiting Fellow

Professor Peter Goodyear, The University of Sydney

Prof Peter GoodyearProfessor Peter Goodyear, Professor of Education, ARC Laureate Fellow and Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow, The University of Sydney will be an ITaLI Visiting Fellow this year. He will be at UQ from 5–7 November and 2–5 December 2019.

Peter’s research interests include design for learning, networked learning, complex learning spaces, the nature of professional knowledge and professional education.

Peter will present several masterclasses (more info and register). If you would like to make an appointment with Peter, please email Jacqui Lynagh.