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Topics about what we are, should or should not be doing in a strategic context

The University as a Learning Design Problem

One of the things I’ve enjoyed in getting to know the community at the University of Texas Austin, is the energy that exists among fellow faculty to rethink the undergraduate experience. This is particularly challenging at a large, research intensive … Continue reading

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The Life Cycle of Innovation

The life cycle of innovations follow a sequence of stages: i)   Experiment: conception and early experimentation, typically by faculty in the faculties, labs and center but also in other academic and industrial settings. CEIT’ s engagement at this stage is … Continue reading

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CEIT Initiatives

Initiatives represent focus areas with 2-3 year horizons that will be revisited periodically to ensure alignment of CEIT activities with the broader goals and initiatives of The University of Queensland (UQ). They are largely guided by the UQ 2008-2010 Teaching … Continue reading

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