Formative development of students’ research skills throughout in their programs of study leads to better outcomes for both students and educators.
The CAUTHE Teaching & Learning SIG is proud to announce a workshop “Embedding Research Skill Development in Tourism and Hospitality Curricula” to he held at University of Queensland on Friday 28 September 2012.
The workshop will be presented By Dr Glen Croy, Monash University, and is associated with the Research Skill Development for Curriculum Design and Assessment project and the Building a Stronger Future: Australian Tourism, Hospitality and Event Education project (both funded by the former Australian Learning and Teaching Council). CAUTHE and the University of Queensland are co-sponsors of the event.
Download flyer. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Anthony Ash [email protected] by 14 September 2012.
If you have any questions about the workshop, or are interested in joining the CAUTHE Teaching and Learning SIG, please email us directly.
Department of Culture and Global Studies
UQ Business School
The University of Queensland