This article describes the design of a web-based environment that links teaching strategies used in different faculties with graduate attributes. Whilst graduate attributes have existed at the University of Wollongong since the 1990s, this is the first time teaching strategies that enable students to develop these attributes have been articulated and shared electronically. The strategies are the practical or tacit knowledge of university teaching. The paper provides a background for the role of graduate attributes in higher education and explains the reason for focussing on teaching strategies. It describes the website resource with some examples and outlines dissemination and evaluation plans for the initiative. It is hoped that the website will become a “growing” site as a resource for a university community to share teaching strategies across different faculties.
Hoban, G., Lefoe, G. E., James, B., Curtis, S., Kaidonis, M., Hadi, M., Lipu, S., McHarg, C., & Collins, R. (2004). A web environment linking university teaching strategies with graduate attributes. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 1(1), 14-24. https://doi.org/10.14453/jutlp.v1i1.3