Professor Bev Oliver
Professor Beverley Oliver is Director of teaching and learning at Curtin University of Technology. She has worked in teaching and learning development for six years, before which she spent many years teaching at all levels. Her discipline background is in humanities (languages, literature, media and technology), and she now works on whole of university projects. Recent areas of work are:
- Curriculum 2010 project.
This project focuses on streamlining courses, aligning curriculum and improving teaching and learning in all courses and majors at Curtin University by 2010.
- implementation of a university-wide online system for teaching and unit evaluation
Dr Michael Sankey interviews Professor Beverley Oliver
Mrs Marilyn Dorman, Lecturer (Learning & Teaching Enhancement) interviews Professor Beverley Oliver to gain information about Curtin's graduate attributes and evaluation (eVALUate) processes.
Listen to the complete interview* (31.39mins) or in part.
Segment 1: Graduate attributes at Curtin University
Segment 2: Focus on students
Segment 3: Focus on employers
Presentation - Evaluation and Graduate Attributes
Listen to the complete presentation* (60.00mins) or in part.
*These videos are accessible to broadband (or better) users.