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Contact IML

The Institute for Interactive Media and Learning (IML)
Level 27, Tower Building
City Campus
Broadway NSW 2007
Australia

IML general enquiries:
Phone: +612 9514 1669
Fax: +612 9514 1666

These IML staff can assist with:

Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning - Faculty Liaison

  • Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences: Peter Kandlbinder
  • Faculty of Business:  Adam Morgan
  • Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building: Katrina Waite
  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology: Elaine Huber
  • Faculty of Law: Nicola Parker
  • Faculty of Health: Jenny Pizzica
  • Faculty of Science: Jan McLean

Courses

  • Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching and Learning (GradCertHEd): Peter Kandlbinder

Resources

The Academic Language and Learning Group

Contact staff in the Academic Language and Learning Group for matters regarding embedding academic literacy in the curriculum or the English language testing.

IML Learning Technologists

WPS: The First Year Experience Project (FYE)

learning.futures peer review

 

Curriculum data management

Contact staff in the Academic Programs Office (APO) for matters regarding course accreditation, curriculum related activities, policy and process development, committee support, or CASS data management. Enquiries concerning individual student enrolments should be directed to the relevant Student Centre or Faculty Office. 

Academic Programs Office

The UTS: Academic Programs Office (APO) manages and coordinates official University curriculum information in its various forms; implements, maintains and supports the curriculum management process; and oversees the award course approval process.

See the APO contacts page

The APO can assist with inquiries regarding:

When developing a new course, reviewing an existing course for reaccreditation purposes or making significant changes to an existing course structure or content, faculties should contact the relevant APO staff member(s) early in the process to discuss the proposal.

Other administrative units, such as the Student Administration Unit (SAU), UTS International and the Planning and Quality Unit (PQU), may also provide assistance and information in relation to specific course matters.