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Teaching at ANU

Advice for new lecturers

  • Lectures start 5 minutes after the scheduled commencement time and finish 5 minutes prior to the scheduled end time
  • Talk to other lecturers in the same area and ask advice and teaching tips
  • Talk to the professional staff responsible for teaching matters 
  • If possible, attend 1-2 lectures of more experienced lecturers (of the same, or similar course)
  • Go to your lecture room at least once prior to your first lecture to become familiar with the technology available

  • The first time you log in to a computer in a lecture theatre, it will download your ANU profile. This may take 10-15 minutes, so it is advisable to arrive early or to log in a few days in advance if possible. (Subsequent logins should be faster) 
  • Lectures are recorded automatically by the Echo360 system. If you do not wish to record your lectures, you must seek approval to opt-out from the CBE AD(E). The only permissible reason for this is that the nature of the class (e.g. seminar style) is not conducive to recording

  • All assignments should be submitted through Turnitin, unless you have sought an exemption (contact your DDE or equivalent)

  • CBE signature block requirements
  • Things to ask your School

    • Tutorial slots and tutor selection – Information on how to allocate slots and select tutors
    • How to order textbooks

Administrative links

Information on Wattle

2017 Course outline template  Please note all course outlines must be available on Wattle by Monday 6 Febuary 2017

Academic Integrity procedure

ANU grading scale

Echo360 - the system used to record lectures

ANU academic calendar 2017

University glossary

Any students in crisis should be referred to the experienced staff in the ANU Counselling Centre

Adviser to staff

Academic Skills and Learning Centre

Dean of Students

Updated:   21 February 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team