9 June 2021: Australian University Teaching Award winners panel exploring online assessment

Panel session chair: Prof Angela Carbone (Director of AAUT Awards and Associate DVC (L & T), STEM College, RMIT University, Australia) , Twitter: @ProfAngeCarbone 

This session featured a panel of all four individual Australian University Teaching Excellence Award winners 2020 (announced 24 Feb 2021) speaking about their research and teaching practices in online learning and assessment.

AAUT awards banner

The AAUT awards issued three "Award for teaching excellence" and one "Australian University teacher of the year" for 2020.

The panellists were:

  1. A/Prof Jack Wang (University of Queensland): Australian University teacher of the year. Speaking about "Citizen scientists for the digital age: assessing science communication skills through online multimedia". Jack is an academic in Microbiology at UQ. Twitter: @JackTHWang
  2. Dr Amanda White (University of technology Sydney): Award for teaching excellence. Speaking about "Agency in student assessment: What happens when you give students choice in online assessment". Amanda is an academic in accounting and auditing at UTS. Twitter: @AmandasAudit
  3. Prof Matt Bower (Macquarie University): Award for teaching excellence. Speaking about "Reflections on Emergency Remote Invigilation in Response to COVID-19". Matt is an academic in Education at Macquarie. Twitter: @mattgbower
  4. A/Prof Michael Cowling (Central Queensland University): Award for teaching excellence. Speaking about "Synchronous Online Experiences: How will the digital age change the teaching and assessment experience". Michael is an academic in ICT at CQU. Twitter: @macowling

Further information:

Session Recording

Blackboard Collaborate archive version.