Plans, strategies and standards

Learning and Teaching Plan 2015

Federation University Australia is committed to strategic and operational transparency related to our learning and teaching direction. In 2014, Professor Marcia Devlin (DVC Learning and Quality), led the process of reviewing the institutional learning and teaching plan and developing a new plan that was visionary, functional, practical and collaborative across both sectors (higher education and VET) and institutional wide (faculties, centres, colleges etc).

Student Retention and Success

The Student Retention and Success is a major priority for Federation University Australia.  As well as representing significant human loss, student attrition from higher education has significant financial ramifications, both for the students who withdraw from their program before completing and for the University. This strategic plan draws on research and best-practice principles and activity to create a coordinated, institution-wide strategy to minimise attrition across all of our programs and partners on and offshore, on and off campus.

CLIPP Service Charter

The Centre for Learning Innovation Professional Practice (CLIPP) is committed to meeting the learning and teaching needs of its key stakeholders. This is primarily associated with both higher education and VET staff involved with learning and teaching, students and others as deemed appropriate across the institution. The CLIPP Service Charter (2015) is an overarching 4-page document which summaries the main functions of the centre.

CLIPP Operational Plan

This plan is a document which describes in more detail the objective, functions and status of projects performed within CLIPP. This plan clearly identifies roles, responsibilities, functions, expectations and ensures alignment with the institutional Learning and Teaching Plan (2015-2017) enabling BOLD Learning.

Blended On-Line and Digital (BOLD) Standards

Blended On-Line and Digital (BOLD) standards are support documents which are useful starting points for academics engaging with BOLD learning and teaching practice. If you would like to more information regarding BOLD learning and teaching theory and/or practices, please contact John Supple.

Internationalisation strategy and policy

This policy aims to establish a framework for the development and integration of internationalisation in the University's strategy, organisation, diversity, culture and governance.