Our Faculty is regularly visited by scholars and practitioners from all over the world, and presents an exceptional number and range of EVENTS to explore. Participation is often open to all, but one of the great opportunities for sessional staff. Current events are listed on the main MSD site. (You can also subscribe to MSD e-news to stay up to date by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.)
Social Media Connection
SOCIAL MEDIA helps to keep us connected with students and other staff members. A wide range of content and platforms are accessible via the links you can find at the bottom of this page. (Look down to the bottom of the page!)
The Faculty is regularly hosting BEL+T Sessions to connect and support teaching staff during the semester. Find details and resources of previous BEL+T Sessions here : https://msd.unimelb.edu.au/belt/abp-teaching-toolbox/belt-sessions
If there is a particular issue / challenge / skill you would like to explore, please email the BEL+T group.
University of Melbourne News
There is always lots happening at the University and lots of resources available. This main STAFF HUB site provides access to all of these and is the place to start looking for links and answers. A link to the ABP INTRANET is also available for Faculty specific information here.
ABP Weekly News
The ABP Weekly News is a weekly update to all Faculty staff from the Dean. To receive the newsletter via email, please sign up using the link below.
The faculty is also engaged in various events aimed at building connections between students, staff and industry. For upcoming events please visit the MSD Events page.
ABP Teaching Community
The ABP Teaching Community Site is an online space for ABP’s staff (with a focus on sessional) to engage in online teaching and learning workshops facilitated by the BEL+T Team and access relevant resources. Staff with a UoM email address can self-enrol in the community. Staff with a UoM student or non-UoM email address (only while contracts are being finalised) should contact BEL+T at firstname.lastname@example.org for access.