Manager (Adaptive Learning and Teaching Services) – The Conversation Job Board

  • Full Time, Continuing
  • Level 9 – $107,572 to $113719 p.a (Plus 17% Superannuation)

Adaptive Learning and Teaching is the application of learning analytics and learning technologies to support data-informed learning design and teaching, personalised student support and personalised learning experiences.

About the Position

The Manager, Adaptive Learning and Teaching Services will lead the development of CSU’s Adaptive Learning and Teaching capability, including a) technologies and systems, b) policies and strategies, and c) organisational engagement and skills, as a key contributor to the strategic differentiation of learning and teaching at CSU.

This exciting, strategic position, continuing on CSU’s success in the area of learning analytics, is located within, and will work closely with other members of the Learning Technologies Unit to enable the development and implementation of Adaptive Learning and Teaching technologies, as an educational service, that a) align with the broader Learning Technology Framework, b) are integrated with other CSU learning technologies and data systems and c) are embedded in an effective support network for academic leaders, teaching staff and students. The Manager, Adaptive Learning and Teaching Services will also work in partnership with a range of stakeholders across the University – including the faculties, the Division of Information Technology, the Office of Strategic Planning and Information – and externally to deliver the necessary learning analytics infrastructure, support and organisational practices for enhancing learning and teaching.

The Division of Student Learning (DSL), comprising approximately 100 staff, works in partnership with Faculties, Schools and other Divisions to enhance the quality of teaching and student learning at CSU. The Learning Technology Unit manages the University’s online learning environments and provides leadership and support across the University in relation to learning…

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