If you missed this session

Revealing the diversity and strength in UQ’s innovative teaching practice, this session will highlight individual cases from across the university in entrepreneurship and blended learning such as UQ2U.

Attend this event to learn about:

  • The benefits and value of blended and entrepreneurial learning for all students
  • Initial findings from UQ’s Entrepreneurship Strategy curriculum mapping exercise
  • Student perspectives on entrepreneurial learning from different disciplines
  • UQ strategies and approaches for embedding in the curriculum

Have a chance to network and connect with colleagues across the university.


  • Introduction to UQ2U - Dom McGrath
  • UQ2U Case study example – Poh Wah Hillock
  • Blended Learning Pecha Kucha short presentations
  • Q&A 
  • Afternoon tea 
  • Introduction to E&I at UQ - Eleanor Browne
  • E&I Pecha Kucha style presentations 
  • E&I Case study example – Cameron Turner
  • Q&A

Canapes and social drinks will follow this event.

Pecha Kucha presenters

Blended Learning

  • Mr Dave Kinkead - Critical Thinking Beyond Philosophy: Integrating argument mapping into pedagogy
  • Professor Mark Horswill - A new blended learning model in a large compulsory course
  • Mrs Stephanie MacMahon - Supporting diversity through design
  • Dr Wendy Jiang - Learning Chinese as a foreign language through WeChat supported by smart phone
  • Dr Mair Underwood - Making assessment more innovative, engaging and honest: Using the UQ Assessment Ideas Database.
  • Dr Geoff Ginn - Work-Integrated Learning: History in Action


  • Dr Anna Jenkins, Dr Sarel Gronum - Fostering reflective learning in entrepreneurship
  • Dr Simon Smart - Applying the Business Model Canvas to a non-business subject

Who should attend?

Academic staff, Professional staff working on blended learning projects, students interested in teaching innovations.

Benefits of attending

Attendees will come away with an understanding of blended learning and entrepreneurial education, in particular;

  • Be inspired and acquire insights into current innovative practices across the university
  • Understand how these relate to your own teaching practice
  • Understand the support available for next steps to embed into courses and programs

About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

UQ's annual Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018.

Teaching and Learning Week is an opportunity for the UQ community to celebrate and share innovative and excellent teaching and learning practices that inspire students, through a range of workshops, lectures and social events.

About T&L Week 2018


Prentice Building (42), St Lucia campus